Festivals & Events

The Vivid Sydney festival has kicked off in Sydney, Australia. For the next three weeks, Vivid will dazzle and amaze over 1.7 million visitors flocking to one of the world’s most beautiful harbour cities. We partnered with Destination NSW to spend Read more >
This post is written and brought to you in part by Jet2.com The ultra-cool Spanish city of Barcelona is a magnet for young, beautiful and painfully stylish crowds, and naturally this has also made it a music festival hotspot. It’s Read more >
I’m sure everyone can rattle off their favourite Italian dish: lasagne, pasta, gelato, and coffee to write home about. If you have ever had the opportunity to visit Italy, I am sure you can recall the time you first bit Read more >
The magnificent Fiesta del Gran Poder is the biggest festival event in Bolivia, literally turning the normally industrious La Paz into party central. The festival features paraders dressed in elaborate costumes parading across streets closed to traffic – with marching Read more >
We couldn’t have a memorable travel moments series without talking about music. We are just as passionate about music as we are travel and sport. We always are on the lookout for concerts that are on in any country we Read more >
We attended the 22nd Annual Byron Bay Bluesfest held over Easter. Bluesfest, held on a 120-hectare tea farm just outside of beautiful Byron Bay and 45 minutes south of the Gold Coast, remains one of Australia’s most acclaimed and respected Read more >
Participating in festivals around the world will be some of your most memorable travel experiences. Festivals bring color to your travels, giving you a deeper insight into the host culture through costumes, dancing, food, music, lights, and celebrations. Wherever we Read more >

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My brother first told me about prepaid travel money cards a couple of years ago. He and his wife used a cash passport for their year long trip through South America and raved about how easy and convenient it was. Read more >