Easter is one of the major annual holidays/feasts celebrated amongst Luxembourg’s catholic majority. With Easter bunnies and eggs on display in various colors, flavors and sizes, Luxembourg is once again making a name for itself this Easter in terms of the culinary highlights on offer! By the way, Good Friday isn’t official holiday in the Grand-Duchy. Shops are open!
Various delicatessens, supermarkets, bakeries and confectionaries are offering customers an assortment of special Luxembourgish treats and an array of German and French products. Visit our category “Eatries & Groceries” for some “easterliciously” good tips to get you started on your culinary excursion.
Venture outdoors on Easter Monday toward Luxembourg City (the old town’s “Fischmarkt” area) and Nospelt (Western canton of Capellen) to experience a piece of local culture and tradition at „Emaischen“, an event where tens of thousands of visitors follow the whistles of the “Peckvillercher”, handcrafted terracotta birds, sold and displayed in various colors and sizes at an open market in the city center and Nospelt.
What’s more, enjoy the funfair stalls and artists displaying their latest wares as well as scrumptious dinning options to make your Easter Monday a memorable one!