Halloween: let's fly to Europe for the most creepy holiday of the year
The Internet is already full of news about the most terrible parties and events. Ghosts and zombies pick up their terrifying looks and are ready to scare you to goosebumps. Welcome to the horror holiday called Halloween.
Romania: fun on the arm of Dracula
Romania is perhaps the most mystical country in Europe. Halloween in Romania is called New Year of the Vampires. Here is the castle of Count Dracula himself. How do you feel about spending the night of horror in the castle of one of the most popular vampires? Bran Castle (aka Count Dracula's Castle) invites guests to visit a costume party dedicated to Halloween. This year, celebrations will be held on November 2, beginning at 7 o’clock in the evening. It all starts with a tour of the castle, where children can also participate. And from 9 pm, celebrations turn into a grand party with a disco, where the entrance is strictly for 18+. The ticket price, which includes a tour of the castle + a slumber party is 38 euros.
How to get there from Bucharest. Count Dracula's Castle is located in Brasov. You can reach it from Bucharest by train IC and InterCity. Trains run from
Czech Republic: a provocative party where only adults are allowed
Prague. Halloween cannot be called a European holiday,
On October 31, many clubs in the city throw parties, whose guests dress up in costumes of ghosts, villains and fantastic characters. The main party of not only
Poland: All Saints Day by all rules
Krakow. Having visited one of the Polish cities, in the first week of November, you will get on two holidays. The first of them, of course, Halloween, is celebrated on October 31 -1 November. The city hosts theme parties and events. In Krakow, the main square hosts the Halloween Jazz Festival. Young people dress up in evil spirits. Restaurants and houses are decorated with pumpkins. The second holiday is All Saints Day. The Poles are faithful to their traditions and the All Saints Day in the Catholic Church is considered to be a very important holiday, no less significant than Christmas and Easter.
On November 1, the country has a public holiday. In the morning, Poles attend church services, and after them, they gather for a celebration with their families. On this day, it is customary to visit the graves of deceased loved ones. They put a special candle in a flask called
Hungary: the scariest riverboat parties
Budapest. Hungarians celebrate Halloween magnificently. Preparation for the holiday
On the night of October 31, a carnival and a costume contest take place in the city
Germany: party at Frankenstein Castle
Frankfurt The Germans are very fond of celebrating Halloween brightly. The grandiose performance takes place at night, on October 31, at Frankenstein Castle, and this is the largest Halloween party in Europe. It annually collects about 20,000 visitors. The castle is decorated with stuffed animals, werewolves and witches meet guests at the entrance. They offer a guided tour of the dark dungeons of the castle. The tour is accompanied by a light and sound show. Later, you can visit the performance, and when you get hungry, you can relax in the bar located in the castle. Opening days: from October 27 to November 3. Opening hours: daily from 9:00 to sunset. Performances and ticket prices can be viewed on the castle's official website.
How to get there from Frankfurt. Frankenstein Castle is located in Darmstadt, 38 km away from Frankfurt. You can travel by Rb train, the ticket price is 16 euros. Travel time is 20 minutes.
Austria: evil procession in Vienna
Vienna. On November 1, the Austrians celebrate a Christian holiday called All Saints Day. A public holiday is announced. Halloween is not forgotten here. Houses, shops and restaurants are decorated with pumpkins. And on the night of November 1, children want to go home demanding sweets with the phrase “Süßes
Halloween traditions are quite interesting. They contribute to