If you live in the United States and celebrate Easter, you likely already have an abundance of painted eggs, chocolate rabbits and baskets full of goodies. This holiday, celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ, has taken influences from the pagan celebration of the spring season; the egg represents the rebirth of nature after the long winter. The addition of the Easter Bunny came later with the immigration of German settlers in Pennsylvania. Take a look now at how cultures across the globe celebrate the holiest of days on the Christian calendar.
Whether embarking on a Hold Land Tour of Jerusalem, following the famous and sacred network of ancient pilgrim routes of the Way of Saint James, exploring the Chapel of the Apparitions with throngs of pilgrims in Fatima, or venerating the Virgin Mary by visitng the Chapel of Grace and Black Madonna in Altötting Germany, be prepared for a unique and unforgettable religious pilgrimage experience handcrafted by Keytours that is unique to your group.