Festivals have been part of life and culture dating back thousands of years. As such, they vary across different cultures and regions and have been an integral part of human civilization, serving as occasions for celebrations, religious or spiritual observances, and social gatherings.
Carnaval in Brazil is a world-renowned festival celebrated in major Brazilian cities such as Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Salvador, and Recife. Known for its vibrant and colorful festivities, the festival occurs before Lent, usually in February or early March.
Holi is a famous and joyful festival in India known as the “Festival of Colors” or the “Festival of Love.” Celebrated in March, it marks the arrival of spring. The festival involves throwing and applying colored powders and water over each other.
Day of the Dead, or Día de los Muertos, is a multi-day celebration in Mexico from October 31st to November 2nd. It’s a joyful and colorful holiday where families honor and remember their deceased loved ones.
Held annually in Munich, Germany, Oktoberfest beer festival spans 16 to 18 days, starting in late September and extending into early October. It attracts over 6 million visitors annually, who consume millions of liters of beer.