The Easter Bunny was a Fox

(…and other bad-ass Easter origin stories) Although every country has its own eccentricities and unusual traditions, each of us has grown up accustomed to these long-held rituals. It may surprise you to learn, therefore, that some of our traditions were even more baffling in the past, or have simply grown into something quite different from what they […]Read More

5 examples of Europe’s best Carnivals

If you are a carnival lover: You really should have seen these carnivals across Europe. Those are the craziest and, most impressive examples of Europe’s best Carnivals, which we found for you. The Tenerife Carnival in the Canary Islands is the most well-known and important Carnival celebration in Europe, and the second in the entire […]Read More

The Origin of World Book Day

As you may already know, the 23rd of April is World Book Day. But it is also Saint George’s day, patron saint of England and Catalonia. Saint George’s day is the most romantic day in Barcelona. “Sant Jordi” (Catalan for Saint George) is the Catalan equivalent to Saint Valentine’s day. The fact that the 23rd […]Read More