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    Easter Time in the European Adina Metropolises

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    Easter is first and foremost a family festival that is best celebrated in the company of loved ones. With borders opening up, why not get away from home and spending Easter time in a different city this year? These 5 European Adina metropolises have a lot to offer before and during the holidays.

    Easter Fun in the “Gardens of the World” - Berlin

    Set against a backdrop of the first blooming crocuses and tulips, there's no doubt a special Easter experience awaits you at the park “Gardens of the World” in Berlin. For children and families, catch the puppet theatre Easter show, enjoy the roving musicians or search for lost eggs with the park's giant chickens. Easter events take place on the afternoon of 17 and 18 April, but the park is brilliant any time of day.

    Easter Bunny Hunt at the “Schloss Hof” - Vienna

    When visiting the “Schloss Hof” Easter Market in Vienna, be prepared for your colourful Easter hustle and bustle to take place in a classic-historical setting. Children can ride ponies, make their own Easter presents or look for the Easter Bunny on the grounds. These Easter treats are available along with live music, regional culinary delicacies, and handicrafts. This stunning Easter market takes place daily from 19 March to 18 April.

    Experience the Easter Story in the “Ostergarten” - Stuttgart

    This April, journey back to the times the Easter story at the “Ostergarten” in Stuttgart. Expect authentically designed scenery and actors who bring the Easter story to life at this family friendly event. Or, for a touch of modernity, kids can paint their own Easter eggs or take part in an Easter Egg hunt. 

    Easter Rally Through the Leipzig Zoo

    On the Easter weekend from 16 to 18 April, the Leipzig Zookeepers prepare a bunch of surprises to surprise and delight visitors.  Their famous Easter rally will puzzle the kids and there will be plenty of Easter eggs hidden around the zoo. The little ones can romp on the playgrounds on site and big kids can get up close and personal with the zoo animals.

    Stroll Through the Nuremberg Easter Market

    The Easter Market on Nuremberg’s Main Market Square is the city’s oldest market and runs from 1 to 18 April each year. Here you can meander through more than 80 stalls complete with painted eggs or handmade Easter decorations. And if food is your vice, feast your way through the market with its amazing array of fresh baked goods and yummy local snacks. Regular cooking demonstrations mean if you like what you eat, you can learn how to make them at home.

    Are you ready to start your next Easter adventure in one of our gorgeous city centres? All of our Adina Hotels are centrally located, and each room has its own kitchen so you can be as flexible as you want with your meal planning. Find all our locations here or click for our latest offers.