Spend Easter at The Bridgge Grand Boutique Hotel

Spend Easter at The Bridgge Grand Boutique Hotel

Spend Easter at The Bridgge Grand Boutique Hotel

The sun is warming up again, the fresh spring air is blowing and everywhere it is green and blooming. The splendor of flowers in the streets, parks and squares alone inspires long Easter walks. Shipping companies open the shipping season and the range of fresh organic products in regional markets is increasing.

Easter is just around the corner when the warm rays of sunshine allow nature to bloom again. The holidays are perfect for a trip or short break to welcome spring with traditional Easter traditions.

We all associate Easter with a rich tradition of nature’s spring awakening: Easter egg hunts, chocolate Easter bunnies, colorful Easter eggs, Easter lambs and more… Colorful eggs are distributed and gifts are given at Easter to celebrate the spring equinox. Easter lambs are eaten…

Easter the festivity, traditions

Easter takes place on a different date every year. The date always refers to the first full moon after the beginning of spring.
Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday. A wide variety of traditions such as the Easter lamb, Easter candles or Easter fires were established on these dates. Traditionally, all bakeries offer Easter pastries during the holidays. This is a sweet cake, usually in the shape of a lamb.

Regional markets showcase intricate craftsmanship and seasonal specialties can be bought or sampled locally. Medieval markets full of knights and jugglers are the highlights. Old handicrafts, Easter traditions, knight tournaments offer a very special spectacle for the whole family. You can also see handicrafts in farm shops, or you can make your own crafts and take part in one of the rural workshops. You can delight your taste buds with local delicacies, and after a long Easter walk you can express your creativity by decorating Easter eggs yourself. Exciting events and the popular Easter bonfire are highlights for the whole family.

Easter bonfires are traditionally lit in many parts of Germany. Furthermore, it is widespread to hang brightly painted Easter eggs on trees, branches or vases in the garden and to decorate them artistically.

How is Easter celebrated in Germany?

Various regional traditions come alive at Easter. In Wegberg, Nordrhein-Westfalen and many regions of Germany there are many special events for young and old that make Easter a great pastime for the whole family. What would Easter be without an Easter egg hunt, egg dyeing or a colorful Easter wreath?

After a long winter, Easter is a real joy when you can finally go for a walk again in pleasant temperatures, always in search of unique landscapes. You have the opportunity to walk along vineyards and rivers, explore mystical ruins and ancient landmarks and enjoy the spring air in the endless forests. It’s up to you to explore it comfortably with a small tour or make it a daily experience; In the Easter season you will find your perfect holiday here.

Numerous Easter events attract visitors to the region. Concert halls invite you to great musical experiences every year. If you want to immerse yourself in another time at Easter and visit the historic markets, you should definitely take a look at the various events around the knight and medieval festivals in Wegberg and very close to the city. Regions and cities of the holiday country dress up and celebrate Easter with lots of activities for young and old.

Wake up to Spring at The Bridge Hotel!!

Easter, a long weekend with Good Friday and Easter Monday, is ideal for a short break. In keeping with this, our hotel offers you attractive offers during the Easter holidays, which will inspire you with accommodation and meals as well as some additional services. Take a holiday at Easter and get a little break from everyday life. After the holiday you can continue your daily work with renewed energy.

We offer comfortable overnight stays, unique taste and fascinating extras that make holidaymakers’ hearts beat faster. Look forward to relaxing wellness days, varied active holidays or family holidays that will bring you and your children even closer together.
A successful Easter holiday in Brüggen, Germany and the long-awaited spring begins! Pamper yourself and your loved ones with all your senses. Enjoy your stay in the modern and extremely comfortable rooms of our hotel, which is the ideal location for your Easter holidays. While you experience Easter, you can enjoy the good service and the feel-good atmosphere at The Bridgge Grand Boutique Hotel. With our high service culture, we are happy to respond to your needs. Experience the happiness of renewal in our hotel and celebrate the awakening of spring with Easter spirit.

We have put together some of the Easter highlights for you:

  1. Monkey and bird park in Eckenhagen: A total of 12,000 colorful Easter eggs are stored here. Great thing for the little ones. However, if it rains, you can spend an active day in the indoor adventure hall.
  2. Easter bonfire: One of the traditional Easter festivals, especially in the Ruhr area, is the Easter bonfire. This takes place in Neuss, Leverkusen, Solingen, Krefeld, Moers and other cities in North Rhine-Westphalia. The event is often accompanied by program elements for children.
  3. Easter Sunday: Visiting an Easter market in North Rhine-Westphalia is worthwhile, especially when the sun is shining. Regional products, homemade goods and works of art, jewelery and decorations are sold at Easter markets such as Burg Castle in Solingen, Dyck Castle in Jüchen or the Easter Market in Essen, as well as in Düsseldorf, Mönchengladbach and Viersen.
  4. Easter in Roermond: During the Easter holidays there is a lot to do in the center of Roermond and the surrounding shopping areas. You can shop in the city center and at the textile market and walk in the Meinweg.
  5. Easter in the Ruhr Museum: Spending Easter in and around the Ruhr area – that would be something different! Because especially on the Easter weekend there is so much in the Ruhr area to escape everyday life for a few days and go on a short trip.
  6. Knights’ Festival at Satzvey Castle: Probably the most beautiful and largest knights’ tournament in North Rhine-Westphalia takes place every year at Satzvey Castle near Euskirchen near Cologne. The castle is one of the best preserved moated castles in the Rhineland. Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of the Middle Ages, just a few minutes’ drive from the Ruhr area! Knights’ games, witches’ market or Easter market attract visitors to the Rhineland again and again.
  7. And again you can take part in activities such as various Easter markets, parties, museum tours, amusement parks in Roermond and Venlo and experience the Easter spirit to the fullest.