Worldwide Festival, Sete, France
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Montpellier, Sete
  • If you have arrived a day or two before the festival, you could also try out the option of going to Annoyance for your temporary stay, which is a group of self-sufficient apartments where you can stay at the cost of pay-per-usage of items or services within these self-sufficient apartments

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      If you are going to attend the worldwide festival, Sete, France, then just be all prepared to get thoroughly fleeced by the bureau de change. Even if you are carrying just a mobile phone in your luggage, it can cause quite an alarm, because a mobile phone flashes red on the security scanner. That’s what happened to us at least.

      Montpellier usually has a very hot climate. The trams here do not charge any fees out here for usage, which is great. You can easily and affordably reach Sete by train from La Hammock. Thereafter,


      you can reach your choice of a hotel by the local taxi service. If you have arrived a day or two before the festival, you could also try out the option of going to Annoyance for your temporary stay, which is a group of self-sufficient apartments where you can stay at the cost of pay-per-usage of items or services within these self-sufficient apartments.

      We had a tough time dealing with the fact that we had to pay even for the use of basic requirements, such as towels and even remote controls. Beware of faulty ...


      • locks and bolts here. The lock system of our door was old and faulty, and even a locksmith called for, couldn’t be of much help, before a lot of coaxing and bargaining.

        In the evening time, you can hang out at the local bars and get acquainted with fellow visitors of the worldwide festival. Most bars have guitarists playing to on-demand song requests. You can avail cabs that will pick you up and drop you to the exact location of the festival and back. Local clubs the line the area between ancient forts and sea

        rocks. A cliffy road takes you all the way down to the centre of the town of Sete. We had a great time drinking and dining in these open air clubs with large water pools.

        The festival atmosphere is saturated with hip-hop, drums, bass and house music. The festival is flooded with visitors from all over the world. We socialized with Brits, Italians and even Spaniards. French hams and baguettes are popular breakfast items. Several artists perform guitars, pianos and many other musical instruments in the evening and over the weekends, while simultaneously binging on their rose wines.




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