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Prenez part au festival annuel de la Tomatina de Bunol lors de cette excursion en autocar au départ de Valence. Rendez-vous dans le village de Bunol, célèbre pour sa bataille annuelle de tomates et profitez de l’entrée au festival et de la possibilité de participer à la plus grande bataille d’aliments du monde. Lancez les tomates trop mûres fournies, soyez touché par les tirs des autres participants et lavez-vous dans les douches post-festival. Transport aller-retour et entrée au festival inclus.
As highly introverted people, my hubby and I were skeptical of how much fun we could have with 20,000 people crammed into the streets of a small town. Leading up to the trip, we were getting more and more anxious and nearly backed out of participating. But wow - we are both so happy we did this. This once a year festival is something we've known about for years and when our trip to Spain coincided with La Tomatina, I jumped on the chance to do it. As mentioned, I'm glad we did. The 90 minutes leading up to the start of the festival are hot, sweaty, with people everywhere, but once things get underway, the atmosphere is amazing! The locals of Bunol join in from their balconies and everyone is happy, pleasant, and looks out for each other. In just our tiny section of the festival, we met people from India, Scotland, Australia, New Zealand, Colombia, Portugal, China, Japan, South Korea, Canada, and others from the USA. It's a beautifully diverse and fun experience. Our guide, Jorge, was amazing and helpful. 15/10 - DEFINITELY DO THIS
Ana was our tour guide and she was hilarious! When talking about bathing before getting back on the bus she kept saying “you have to wash your tomato”, and I don’t know if she knew how hilarious the translation was but it was golden in my book! She was super friendly, funny, helpful and personable. I would most definitely recommend anyone to go with this tour