Some of the Easter events in London

Easter Eggs

Easter in London is perhaps one of the best times to visit the capital. There are tons of events taking place, and with it being the season where kids go on break, you might find that it’s the best time to visit with your family. Easter represents a turn of the season, from the winter months and into the spring. The weather becomes a little warmer, and the city of London becomes more presentable. Naturally, tourists looking to venture into the capital before the high season find the idea of travelling into London in the Easter Break very attractive.

Accommodations like the Park Grand Paddington hotel tend to offer a range of special offers for guests. Besides that, during this period you can enjoy many theatre shows – that ordinarily don’t play outside this season. One of these shows (which you might have heard of) is Charlie and the Chocolate Factory– which can be enjoyed at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in Covent Garden. If you’re visiting with family, it’s the perfect getaway into the enchanting of world of Roald Dahl’s adored children book.

Crucifiction of Jesus

While Easter does portray the image of just being for kids, there are many events during this time of the year that adults can look forward to. The Passion of Jesus at Trafalgar square is a full scale re-enactment of the crucifixion – commemorating the day Jesus is believed to have been arrested, tried and crucified. While it doesn’t sound like the most pleasant show, it paints a vivid picture of what it was like to be a witness of the event on that very day. This isn’t an event that you’d want to experience with kids, so if you’re visiting on your own or with a partner, and you’re fascinated by the history of Christianity and the events that led to Jesus’s death – then you definitely want to visit the show. It will be held on the 25th March at the Trafalgar square.

In conclusion, whether you’re visiting London with family, with a partner, or on your own – you’ll find a fabulous range of events that you can enjoy during the Easter season. And when you consider that prices for flights and accommodation are cheaper than in the peak season during the Easter – it might be the time to visit the capital.

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