Festivals in the world and in Turkey continue without stopping. We have compiled colorful festivals for you that entertain, relax, sweeten and bring people together for most of the year.
Festival of Giants, France (June 2023)
The Festival of Giants, held in Northern France, has been entertaining festival enthusiasts for approximately 500 years. Its origins date back to the 9th century and it is also listed on UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage List. With great flight deals to France, you can easily attend the festival throughout the entire month of June.
Summer Signs 2023, Latvia (June 10 – 11, 2023)
With this year's theme being "world-famous songs," Summer Signs 2023 will take place with the participation of countries such as Indonesia, Mongolia, Spain, the United States, Estonia, the Netherlands, Lithuania, and Latvia. Just get a plane ticket to Latvia to witness the harmony that sand artists will create with their sand artworks!
Bayındır Balcılar Cherry Festival, Turkey (June 11, 2023)
The Bayındır Balcılar Cherry Festival, which has been traditionally held for 10 years, is preparing to open its doors for the 11th time on June 11th. Thanks to the opportunities of discounted flights and bus tickets to Izmir, you can attend this free festival and taste the delicious cherries. The Bayındır Balcılar Cherry Festival is open to both local and foreign tourists!
White Nights Festival, Russia (June 12 – July 2, 2023)
The White Nights Festival, which showcases Russia's rich culture, awaits the participation of art, music, ballet, film, and opera enthusiasts. With approximately one million people attending the festival each year, the magnificent fireworks shows continue to make the festival intriguing for the participants. Taking a Moscow plane ticket brings you one step closer to the festival.
Antalya Coffee Festival, Turkey (June 24 – 25, 2023)
The Antalya Coffee Festival, featuring musicians such as Feridun Düzağaç, Deniz Tekin, and Can Banomo, will welcome coffee enthusiasts on June 24th and 25th this year. You can secure your spot at this tasting and music extravaganza by purchasing Antalya plane tickets or Antalya bus tickets.
Istanbul Jazz Festival, Turkey (July 7 – 18, 2023)
Organized by IKSV since 1994, the Istanbul Jazz Festival will bring jazz lovers together with music once again in July. To participate in the Istanbul Jazz Festival, which will host guests in various venues throughout Istanbul, the prerequisite is to purchase Istanbul plane tickets or Istanbul bus tickets.
Bregenz Festival, Austria (July 19 – August 20, 2023)
The doors of the Bregenz Festival, held every year on Lake Constance in the heart of Austria, Switzerland, and Germany, have been open since 1946. With world-famous operas to enjoy and attention-grabbing stage themes that change each year, the Bregenz Festival will wipe away the dust from the ears of those who purchase Austria plane tickets
Burning Man, United States (August 27 – September 4, 2023)
The Burning Man Festival, held in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada, United States, since 1986, brings DJs together from all over the world. With discounted United States plane tickets, you can join this music-filled adventure.
Regata Storica, Italy (September 3, 2023)
Thanks to Italy plane tickets, you will have the opportunity to participate in Regata Storica, one of Venice's most festive festivals with a history dating back to the 14th century. You can also get a Venice plane ticket to observe or participate in the official procession where participants dressed in costumes from the 14th, 15th, and 16th centuries navigate colorfully adorned gondolas.
Oktoberfest, Germany (September 16 – October 3, 2023)
You can attend Oktoberfest, which attracts around six million people every year, by getting a plane ticket to Munich or Germany. The two-week-long festival is also imitated by some other countries. Just get a plane ticket to join the festival, which includes the first Sunday of October, and enjoy the festivities!
Albuquerque International Balloon Festival, United States (October 7 – 15, 2023)
The Albuquerque International Balloon Festival, also known as the world's largest balloon festival, takes place in New Mexico every year. Starting with just 13 balloons in 1972, this festival has grown to become a spectacular event. To participate in the Albuquerque International Balloon Festival, all you need to do is get a plane ticket to the United States!
Halloween, United States (October 31, 2023)
Halloween, also known as "Trick-or-Treat" or "All Hallows' Eve," is celebrated not only in the United States but also in many parts of the world. During Halloween, children go door-to-door, collecting candies and money. Adults also participate in the fun by wearing costumes and organizing parties. Halloween is celebrated with great enthusiasm in our country as well.
Diwali, India (November 12, 2023)
Diwali, also known as the "Festival of Lights," is celebrated every year between October and mid-November and lasts for five days. It is primarily celebrated by Hindus, marking the beginning of the new year. If you happen to purchase India plane tickets during the Diwali Festival period, be sure not to miss the festivities!
Harbin International Ice & Snow Festival, China (December 20, 2023 – February 4, 2024)
While exploring flight deals to China, you may want to consider heading to Harbin. Especially between December 20, 2023, and February 4, 2024, the city hosts a remarkable festival along the Songhua River. The Harbin International Ice & Snow Festival is an art event that will warm your heart despite the cold. Don't miss it!
Rio Carnival, Brazil (February 2024)
You still have time to get tickets for the Rio Carnival, celebrated on various days in February according to the religious calendar. To witness this carnival, which spreads across all cities in Brazil, you'll need to purchase Brazil plane tickets. Being enchanted by the parade of samba schools is as easy as getting a plane ticket.
Holi, India (March 25, 2024)
Holi, the spring festival of Hindus, is celebrated every year with great enthusiasm. The main themes of the festival are the triumph of good over evil, love, and forgiveness. Lasting for a day and a night, this festival has now spread to western countries as well. The beginning of the harvest season also coincides with Holi and is celebrated with the same enthusiasm.