If you find yourself visiting the countries mentioned bellow for Easter, then check this traditions as it might be an experience to never forget. At lest in Latin countries there is a fervor in celebrating Easter, sometimes with exaggerations that could be quite scary or creepy. The Burning of Judas In several countries, it is … Continue reading Another creepy traditions for Easter that you might not have heard
What could the people of France possibly be telling their children when Easter morning arrives? Well, it all has to do with a special day called Silent Saturday. On the days leading up to Easter, the churches in France will stop ringing their bells as a sign of remembrance to the passing of Jesus. The explanation … Continue reading Some weird traditions on Easter, part 2
There is already a craziness in celebrating Easter if we think about it. The dead and resurrection of Jesus Christ is accompanied by candies brought by a giant bunny, games of hide and seek, and especially and mainly a lot of food....a lot. Well this is nothing compared to other habits that I found online: … Continue reading Some weird traditions on Easter, part 1
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Too less is known about Romania and most of what we know is negative and full of prejudice. There is truth also in this misconception but there is something magical in this land out of this world. What best time to visit than orthodox Easter weekend to sense the traditions at their highest peak. Visit … Continue reading Magical Romania. 110 euros flight Berlin to Bucharest for orthodox Easter weekend.
It is a funny coincidence this year but also a good opportunity to visit Budapest, one of the most magnificent city in the whole world. There are so many reasons to visit, and it is on my bucket travel list every time. I was there with work and also spending one New Year's Eve. The … Continue reading 22 euros flight Bucharest Budapest for catholic Easter weekend and….Fool’s day 1st of April 2018