The Spring Festival in Monte Hermoso is approaching, one of the most anticipated events for young people in Bahia and the region.
For three days, September 22-24, the spa will be packed with crowds, events, nightlife and concerts.
Many Bahians own houses or apartments, and expenses will be much lower than those who do not. And, you also have to think about transfers.
As for the latter, a one-way bus to Monte is worth at least $4,000 this week, but reservations are available from the 14th, they told wet wipes From Fetter Corporation. His contact number is 2921481611. By bus, via the Cóndor-La Estrella company, there are infrequent trips and the fare is $3,350.
If driving, the cost is about $3,000 considering 107 kilometers and using a gasoline car that consumes 10 liters per 100 as a reference.
Regarding accommodation, most owners and real estate agencies rent for at least 3 days.
A small apartment with basic services is about $30,000. A 2 bedroom unit can run up to $50,000. A larger house with a lot of capacity and amenities is about $70,000. There are also some higher-level properties on the beach line worth over $90,000.
History of the National Spring Festival hosted by Monte Hermoso
Three national shows have been confirmed for the 29th edition: FMK on Saturday and Santiago Motorizado and Cruzando el Charco on Sunday.
The group also announced the existence of former striker Daniel Osvaldo’s Soldadores sin Careta and Barrio Viejo gangs.
Freestyle competitions, gourmet terraces, and artisan walks are held in sequence.
FMK: Trap singer and songwriter born in Necochea in 2000. He started writing poetry at the age of 9, and in 2010 he participated in a national literary competition called “Leopoldo Lugones”, paving the way for him to become an improvisational composer.
San Diego Motor: singer of El Mató a Un Policía Motorizado, a group that plays in Bahia this Friday, mixing punk rock with noise rock and noise pop, with heavily distorted guitars in the foreground.
across the pond: a band born in La Plata in 2012 that combines rock with candombe, cumbia, reggae, pop and funk.