Easter is coming up, either if you celebrate it or not, this period is quite nice to go travel.
Travel to just relax or to celebrate or both.
I found 5 places that are super cool to go to for Easter, and here I share a little bit about them.
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The most important days to the Maltese people are the Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and the Easter Sunday. Maundy Thursday is a tradition where you visit 7 churches apart from all the other activities happening.
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Apart from normal Easter celebration, the Italian families gather on the Monday after in a kind of continuation of the celebration. This is a time they spend with friends, go to picnics or drive to the countryside to enjoy nature, this extra day is called Pasquetta, meaning "little Easter".
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The most important event is what they call the "Tamborada del Domingo de resureccion", which consists of drummers marching and performing in the Plaza Mayor.
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One of the most marking traditions is the painting and decoration of the eggs, which was passed down from generation to generation.
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A typical Easter meal has boiled and painted eggs, lamb and Cozonac which is a traditional sweet bread.
Have you ever gone to any of these places?
Do you like travelling at Easter time?
Leave me comment letting me know.