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Seville Top destination in April, thanks to two world-famous events: the Semana Santa and the Feria de Abril. Discover, with Kanoa, this charming city



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Pazari I Ri

Pazari Market I Ri

Girona, how to get there by plane, train and car. Info distances connections Pazari Market I Ri of Tirana. Guide, how to get there, opening hours Pazari Market

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RCA in Albania

RCA in Albania

RCA in Albania, driving your own car. Info, stipulation, insurance cost A road trip in Albania can often be a real one

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Palio of Siena

Palio of Siena

Palio di Siena 2019 in July and August. Program, what to do and see WHERE: Siena, Italy. WHEN: 02 July and 16 August 2019 The splendid

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Immense bonfires. Fires and witches. Demon-possessed people praising Satan: welcome to Walpurgis Night. The incredible Kanamara Matsuri, the Iron Penis Festival, in Japan. Gastronomic festivals and spring festivities ...

All the most important events and festivals scheduled in April, all over the world.

SUMMER IN MUSIC

The most anticipated concerts of the 2019

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Tomorrowland

The last two weekends of July, the largest and most important electronic music festival
02

Glastonsbury

Music, shows, dance and lots of art. The top event in the UK
03

Roskilde

The oldest and most important festival of the Old Continent
04

Rock Am Ring

The reference event of rock and metal music, on the legendary Nurburgring track




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Discover with Kanoa the most interesting and incredible permanent markets in the world to shop. A riot of colors, aromas and flavors. The places that contain the essence of each city.

"Somewhere, emerging from the shadows, it seemed to me to see the features of the evil face of the Count appear, the sharp nose, the eyes injected with blood, the red lips, the horrible pallor." [Bram Stoker]