In our new poll we ask you what you plan for the Easter holidays
Easter is a fantastic time of year to take advantage of the still-decent weather and go on an adventure
- March 30, 2018 16:00
- Monika Dimitrova
Like all other festivals and holidays, Easter too is celebrated in different fashion in different parts of the Europe. Many countries, celebrate Easter by lighting giant bonfires on hilltops and in churchyards on Easter Eve. These giant bonfires are sometimes called Judas fires, because effigies of Judas Iscariot are commonly burned in them. The Easter bonfires predate Christianity and were originally intended to celebrate the arrival of spring. Many countries of Europe like France, Sweden, Italy, Germany, and the Netherlands have unique Easter traditions.
By the time the Easter holidays roll around, everyone is ready for a break, and even though it’s usually a 4-5 day break, it goes by fast. If you’re hoping to do something more interesting than just watch TV these Easter holidays, make a plan and be ready, as you’ll want to take advantage of every second. Easter is a fantastic time of year to take advantage of the still-decent weather and go on an adventure. As your Easter break approaches, make sure you’re slowly putting together your adventure plan. After all, everyone else will be, and you don’t want to get left behind. Vote now in our poll – you prefer to explore the nature or to do shopping across the European capitals. The choice is yours.
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