February 18, 2018

Four Global Events You Have To See In 2015


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There are some events that you just cannot fail to see. It is seemingly a big statement, and it is, but it is not an over exaggeration by any means. These events are wondrous, glamorous, adrenaline filled and packed to the brim with culture. No matter what part of the country you are from, and what events you are privileged to witness, add these to your bucket list for 2015. You won’t be disappointed.

Rugby World Cup

The Rugby World Cup is being held in England this year, so get online and buy some flights now. England is a great place to visit on its own, especially as a lot of the World Cup will take place in London. You have to experience an international event on the global stage.

Fans from every corner of the world turn up to enthusiastically and patriotically watch their team, so the atmosphere is electric. It is still family friendly, unlike other sporting events. Fans are not segregated so get to experience good, light-hearted fun with all nationalities and a few beers. Is there anything better?

Bastille Day

Bastille Day is a national holiday held in France. It commemorates the day, July 14th that peasants from the capital city of Paris stormed the prison of Bastille. These events eventually led to the demise of the monarchy, which the French see as the day when morals such as equality and liberty were ushered into the state.

Back to the modern day, and there are celebrations across the country, from Bordeaux to beautiful Brittany. However, the best place to celebrate is undoubtedly Paris. During the day, there is a parade along the Champs Elysees and a firework display at night. All the while, the city is in full celebration mode, and the festivities go on for the early hours of the morning.

Expo 2015

The Expo 2015 is the World Fair, this year being held in Milan, Italy. The World Fair is an event that has varying themes every year, and this year it is all about feeding the planet.

It might seem a little bit dour, but it is incredibly interesting and broadens the mind to the dangers that the world faces in the future. For example, the fair has built a Future Food District, a must see, by the way, that shows you how to produce, distribute and consume food in the future.

Singapore Golden Jubilee Celebrations

Everyone remembers the celebrations when the Queen had her last Jubilee, so you don’t want to miss out. Singapore is celebrating fifty years of independence in 2015, and August 9th coincides with the creatively named National holiday National Day.

You don’t have to visit the celebrations during National Day, events are being held throughout the year, but August 9th will be the biggest and best of the festivities by far.

It will take a little bit of jet-setting, but it will be well worth it when you are sharing these experiences with people across the globe.

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