5 places to visit at Easter time
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.