Easter is a long-celebrated holiday in Luxembourgish culture, and this year’s many events are clear proof!

Whether with your family, friends, or alone, there is something for everyone around this Easter weekend.

Like in many of its neighbouring countries, the egg hunt holds its place as one of the favourite pastimes of the holiday. While they were sadly cancelled last year, you’ll be glad to know they have made a comeback! And of course, how can there be an egg hunt without an Easter bunny?

For the family - Easter egg hunt at ZigZag (14 April) - info here.

For the family - Big Easter egg hunt in Keispelt (16 April) - info here.

For kids - Meet the Easter Bunny (and receive gifts!) (16 April) - info here.

Some of the more typically Luxembourgish festivities include the Éimaischen, a traditional market and folk festival which opens every year with Easter. There, you can buy the popular Péckvillecher, a bird-shaped whistle made from Terracota! You can also look forward to folk music performances and face painting for kids.

For grown-ups and kids alike - Stroll around the Éimaischen (18 April) - info here.

If you are craving some revenge, head up North to Vianden where young boys burn their Jaudes, a bouquet of flowers on Good Friday. A tradition that comes straight from the middle ages, symbolising the disapproval of the traitor Judas.

And if you feel like snuggling up inside until the warmer months roll in, you’ll be happy to know the Kinepolis Kirchberg and Belval are putting on special Easter Holiday morning cinema sessions!

For everyone - Matinee Movies (2 until 18 April) - info here.

Still not enough for you? Here are some more events you can pick from, including a boozy Easter egg hunt, a day of cultural exchange and more easter activities for kids!

For grown-ups - Bar crawl (15 April) - info here.

For everyone - Easter day @ Tramschapp (16 April) - info here.

For kids - Children’s Spring Event by British Ladies Club Of Luxembourg (23 April) - info here.

Did we miss something? Got a hot tip of your own? Let us know in the comments below!