As November has just started, “I Need Tours” is happy to share some opinion to advise why it is better to travel during this month and where to go in Europe. One of the major reasons, is that there aren’t as many crowds as in summer or during the Christmas holidays. And secondly but not least important is that everything is cheaper, from flights to hotel rooms. Regarding the weather, the real cold hasn’t started yet. Also if you may find it interesting, there are a lot of cultural activities.
Spain: November is the jazz festival season, with a lot of events happening in the capital Madrid, in Barcelona and Granada. Moreover, the “Arrastre de los Cacharros” in Tenerife is certainly worthing a mention.
France: Armistice is an important event in France with memorials at the sites of famous World War I battles. Also, the wine of the season is ready and tasted around the country.
England: Gather around bonfires and watch fireworks to celebrate Guy Fawkes’ Night around the country.
Germany: You have to watch out the electronic music festival Berlin Music Days, or the Berlin Jazz Festival, also the DOM open-air funfair in Hamburg.
Czech Republic: The Czechs celebrate their Velvet Revolution in November.
Italy: The Italian opera season kicks off in November. A great Jazz Festival is taking place in Rome as well
Scandinavia: November is also the start of “chestnuts roasting on an open fire” season.
The northern lights, more formally known as the aurora borealis, are a natural light phenomenon caused by the effect of the sun’s magnetic activity on electron particles. It is one of the most beautiful sights on
the planet and only possible in some places Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and Scotland (places where “I Need Tours” have tours available for reservation)