In this section, find useful information about the festival you are heading for on this road trip. Try our recommendations for what to do before and after Glastonbury Festival.
On your way in between, also check out the city guides below to get our best tips for accomodation, day activities as well as bars and restaurants. Why not experience a gig in one of the other live venues on this subTOUR?
Glastonbury Festival is a five-day festival of contemporary arts in Southern England. In addition to music, it hosts dance and comedy sessions, lectures, and movie screenings along other performances. Deeply inspired by the ethos of the hippie and free festival movements.
The capital of the Normandy was once one of the largest and most prosperous cities of medieval Europe. It is mainly known for its astonishing Rouen Cathedral alongside marvellous medieval old houses.
Glastonbury, Somerset, is a beautiful town attracting people with New Age and Neopagan beliefs. Moreover, it is notable for myths and legends related to Glastonbury Tor. The town boasts with unique shops and quirky places you won't find anywhere else.
Initially a Roman settlement, Wells today is a small town with a world-renowned cathedral. Medieval structures can be found throughout the city, with the Vicars' Close and the Bishop's Palace among the ones that are most worth seeing.
Historic French port of Saint-Malo is located in Brittany on the Channel coast. The walled city has a long history of piracy, earning much wealth from local extortion and overseas adventures. The rough sea, the medieval cathedral and long stretched beaches welcome you.
Shaftesbury is an idyllic Dorset town offering beautiful views onto the rural countryside of Blackmore Vale, part of the River Stour basin. Sightseeing highlight is Gold Hill, a scenic narrow lane with picturesque houses.
World-famous for huge Oktoberfest, cosy beer gardens, and lush English Garden, Munich is not only one of the must stops for touring acts. Moreover it is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Jersey Island is largest of the Channel Islands with vast British cultural influence. Laid-back capital St Helier offers nice shops and restaurants, while the tranquil countryside boasts with idyllic towns. Everything topped with great coastal ways and long stretched beaches.