Travel with a musical twist

Monday, 19 May 2014 - 1:10pm IST | Place: Pune | Agency: DNA
Music lovers can enjoy traveling too; Muzenly.com will help you explore different places and experience their music fests

Music and travel seem to have become an inseparable bond. So if you are an avid traveler and love music festivals too, here’s a travel website that will help you do it all. This one of its kind online portal Muzenly.com is a travel website that sheds light on the necessary arrangements, right from booking concert passes online, travel within the country, stay, and sightseeing.
After Ragasthan, Muzenly has tied up with various other music festivals around the world so people can experience the culture of a country through such festivals. Another feather in its cap includes its association with one of the biggest and most award winning music festivals in Europe, ‘The Exit Festival’ in Serbia. 
Sudhama Bhatia, the brains behind Muzenly, explains the concept, “Combine music and enlightenment and you get Muzenly. At Muzenly, we believe that you should focus on the music experience without worrying about the planning that goes into it. We understand that it can be quite cumbersome to figure out where to stay, how to get there and then buy the tickets from somewhere else.” He added that they aim to make this experience as seamless as possible, saying, “In fact, we want to make it so easy that we want you to travel only for music.”
The Exit Festival in Serbia 
In the 15th edition of the best European festival, they have an Exit Adventure that will take people to Rock@Exit on June 11 this year- an additional one day prequel festival headlined by Queens of the Stone Age. From thereon to the Exit Festival, held from July 10 to 13 at Petrovaradin Fortress in Novi Sad. This journey should culminate in the Sea Dance Festival from July 15 to 17 at the Jaz beach, one of the most stunning beaches of Adriatic. Bhatia sounds elated about the Exit Festival, “It is a great experience for Indians; it’s a nice location and the people are also very friendly. During the festival nearly two lakh people get to Serbia, out of which nearly 23,00 are foreign tourists.”


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