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Best of the Easter markets

Updated: Apr 17, 2023

Easter markets are a popular tradition in Europe. These markets typically take place in the weeks leading up to Easter and feature a variety of festive goods and activities.

At Easter markets, you'll find stalls selling a wide range of Easter-themed goods such as painted eggs, Easter decorations, and Easter-themed treats like chocolates and sweets.

Easter markets often also feature entertainment such as music, dance performances, and children's activities like egg decorating or face painting. In this blog article, we'll explore some of the best Easter markets and what makes them special.

Discover with us:

🗺 Vienna

🗺 Prague

🗺 Seville

🗺 Krakow

🗺 Munich



The Vienna Easter Market is one of the most popular Easter markets in Europe. It takes place in the city's historic center, on the Freyung square. The market features a wide range of stalls selling traditional Easter goods such as hand-painted eggs, Easter bread, and Easter decorations, as well as other crafts and gifts. Visitors can browse through the stalls, sample some of the local delicacies, and purchase unique and traditional Easter gifts. In addition to shopping, the Vienna Easter Market offers a variety of entertainment and activities for visitors of all ages. Children can participate in egg decorating workshops, face painting, and other fun activities. There are also live music performances, dance performances, and traditional Easter games.


Prague's Easter markets take place in the heart of the city, on the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square. The markets feature stalls selling traditional Czech Easter crafts such as hand-painted eggs, wooden toys, and lace. Visitors can also sample traditional Czech Easter foods such as roasted ham and Trdelník, a sweet pastry. The markets are also a great place to see traditional folk music and dance performances.


The market is located in the city's central square, the Plaza Nueva, and features a wide variety of stalls selling traditional Andalusian products, including ceramics, textiles, and food. Tourists can purchase Easter gifts and Spanish sweets. One of the highlights of the Seville Easter Market is the "Pasos," or religious processions, that take place throughout the city during Holy Week. These processions feature large, ornate sculptures of Jesus and other religious figures, carried through the streets by costumed members of local brotherhoods. In addition to the "Pasos," visitors to the Seville Easter Market can enjoy live music and entertainment, including flamenco performances and traditional Andalusian dances.


The celebration takes place in Rynek Glowny central square. The market features a wide variety of stalls selling local handicrafts, textiles, and food, including traditional Polish delicacies. Visitors can purchase handmade Easter decorations, such as painted eggs and wooden ornaments. One of the highlights of the Krakow Easter Market is the live music and entertainment, which includes folk dancing and musical performances. Tourists can also participate in traditional Easter activities, such as egg painting and basket weaving. The Krakow Easter Market is a family-friendly event, with many activities and attractions for children. There is a designated children's area with face painting and games.


The market is one of the largest and most popular Easter markets in Germany, attracting visitors from all over the world with its traditional food, drinks, and crafts. Those for looking for a drink, the market offers a selection of locally brewed beer and mulled wine. In addition to the market itself, tourists can explore the many cultural and historical attractions of Munich. The city's famous Marienplatz, which houses the market, is home to several notable landmarks, including the Neues Rathaus and the Frauenkirche.

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