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The Eurovision Song Contest 2020: Everything you need to know

Are you ready to kick off this year’s Eurovision?

Every year, millions of people across the globe tune in on a little song contest known as the Eurovision. While many people prefer to watch this from the comfort of their own sofa, there are thousands of others who love to watch the Eurovision live in all its glory.

And we can’t really blame them for doing so either! There truly is no better time of the year for audiences to ready themselves to lose their minds over a plethora of epic disco-themed acts. Much to everyone’s delight, these acts are accompanied by nothing short of a flurry of smoke machines and (you guessed it) copious amounts of eye glitter.

So if you’re into that sort of thing then we encourage you continue reading. Here is everything you need to know about this year’s Eurovision.

What is the Eurovision, exactly?

The Eurovision Song Contest is an international song competition which has taken place every year for over 60 years. Each participating country submits their song and it’s up to the other countries to vote for the winner. We will say no more in that regard; the performances should speak for themselves.

Where and when will it take place?

This year’s contest will consist of three separate shows: the first Semi-final, the second Semi-final and the Grand Final which will take place on the 12, 14 and 16 May respectively.

You can even make a holiday out of it!

Let’s be real, it should come as no surprise that Holland is a beautiful country filled with a bevvy of things to do and sights to see.

Whether you’re exploring the iconic canals of Amsterdam, visiting the spectacularly well-preserved windmills of Zaanse Schans, or simply revelling in the beauty of Holland’s tulips, it’s safe to say that this could be the perfect opportunity for travellers to enjoy the Eurovision Song Contest live all whilst making a great holiday out of it!

And what better time to visit? Holland’s tulips will be blooming between the end of March until mid May.

Tempted to book those Eurovision tickets now, aren’t you?

In case you do decide to make a great holiday out of it, then we suggest that you are protected during your travels nonetheless.

Drop us a line and we will ensure that you are protected with the best possible Travel Cover so that your trip goes as smoothly as possible.


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