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How to Spend 24 Hours in Portland, Oregon

From where to eat, must-see sights, and local festivals, this is How to Spend 24 Hours in Portland, Oregon.


14 Can't Miss Family-Friendly Festivals Around the World

One of the best ways for kids to experience a new country or city is to witness a local festival or event. Often steeped in tradition, these unique cultural experiences offer families a glimpse into local lives that you might not witness otherwise. They can often be the thing that children remember most from a holiday. Here, 14 family travel bloggers share their favourite family-friendly festivals from around the world.


find local craft fairs free using these tips and tricks. Includes a free event search tool you can use to find events within 100 miles of your area.


June festivals

Food, wine, music, parties — one of the best things about travelling is to experience how other countries eat, drink, and make merry. Taking part in a local festival is a fantastic way to get deeper into the local psyche, and generally have a great time! Check out our top ten June festivals around the world.


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Cherry Blossoms Festival in Japan #gapyear - Explore the World with Travel Nerd Nici, one Country at a Time.


Villa Cultural Huilquilemu

Have you ever attended a local festival on your travels? On our quest for Authentic Food in Chile, we stumbled onto a local festival in Talca our first stop in the country. But, why did we stop in Talca, Chile you may be wondering?

The festival is called the Feria del Folclor de Huilquilemu. It takes place in Talca every November, and for four days, Chileans of the Maule region enjoy folkloric music and dancing, handicrafts, traditional food and drinks, and more. Never having been to a Chilean local festival, we were eager to discover the local culture and the food. With no expectations, we took the local bus and arrived at the festival about 30 minutes later.


India, Ladakh. Portrait of a woman from Korzok attending the local festival and wearing a traditional dress. | © Ania Blazejewska