Here we are again with the second part of this special chart thet presents areas devoted to nightlife, funny activities, art and culture. At the fifth place there is Budapest. That is not a surprise, considering it offers art, culture, fantastic food, thermal baths, big parties and so on. Budapest is not the right place for extreme fun or coolest activities but it offers many things at a right price.
Sixth La Habana, where life moves with the sound of rumba, salsa and mambo and people knows littler of the amenities and the heaviness of the western society. Here life flows slowly, keeping pieces from the past in a pleasant atmosphere where the whole concept of fun should be revaluated in another way. The capital town of Cuba is still a paradise but it can change radically in few years.
Which are the best cities for fun in the world? Places where it is possible to find funny things and amusement? According to the world travel guide Lonely Planet, here is the list of the ten cities most fun. If you like adventure, enjoying holidays with friend, then you should not miss them.
Lonely Planet examine not just clubs, but also public events, shows, shopping, beach parties and much more. Even if you can not agree with the guys from Lonely Planet, it is interesting to know their opinions and motivations. At the top of this special chart there is Ibiza, the island of love, music, coolness and sexual freedom. If you enjoy dancing until morning in an international atmosphere with the best djs, then Ibiza is made for you. It combines crowded parties with wilderness and romantic dinners.
Versilia Wine Art Festival has come to its second edition. This event will take place from 27th to 29th March, in an open-air scenario, the wonderful city centre of Pietrasanta. It is strictly dedicated to connoisseurs and lovers of art and wine, but it’s open to everyone, as long as Pietrasanta offers many attractions in galleries, museums, restaurants and shops.
Versilia Wine Art Festival presents a wide display of Italian and international wines and an original art group exhibition called “Etichette d’autore – Author’s labels”, curated by art critic and journalist Louis Gierut.
The first edition of Gusto in Scena (Taste on Stage) took place in Venice at the Molino Stucky Hilton two years ago. For the first time Italian wineries, food producers and the world of high quality restaurants met in the wonderful scenario of Venice.
With a unique ticket, costing 20 euros, you can enter the large foyer of the Molino Stucky, which houses Magnificent Wines exhibitions and the Seductions of Throat in the halls nearby. Participants are in contact with producers, who are going to present their specialities.
The event is made for target consumers like restaurants, wine bars, representatives and experts, cooking schools, clubs and bars, sommeliers, hotel managers, buyers, distributors, hotel schools, institutes and international gourmet cuisine referrers, but also common people could enjoy it.
Vinum is back. Incontri d’autore, Artistic meetings, that’s the theme of Vinum 2010, the event dedicated to wine in Alba, thw city near Cuneo worldwide famous for the extraordinary white truffle.
Three weekends are scheduled for the 34th edition of Vinum: 17-18 April, 24-25 April and 1-2 May. This will be a totally new edition with not only wine tasting, but also culture, history and architecture.
There will be three spaces, which will enable wine lovers to experience the town center of Alba, with boutiques and shops open for this special occasion. No more tastings in the streets and squares, but in relaxing places where visitors can better appreciate all the wines offered.
Carnival is in the air and we want to show you a different kind of holyday that combines carnival and sea. Where? In the Canary Islands, Tenerife and Gran Canaria every year carnival is a very important event as picturesque and representative of the spirit and traditions of the Canario people.
Every year there are events, exhibitions, concerts and parties, linked in a double way with local traditions and the stereotype of Brazilian parades. In the whole Canary Islands archipelago each edition is organized by the Canaria Carnival Community, so that the events are programmed also in the other “minor” islands as Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, La Palma, El Hierro and La Gomera.