Poland is a country full of unique traditions and customs, especially when it comes to holidays. As Easter is the most important holiday, even more than Christmas, we would like to tell you a few things about it so you won’t be surprised if you get a chance to celebrate it in our country. As you might know the entire week before Easter is called Holy Week, and during that time there’s a lot of things going on here. In Poland eggs are not only used as food on the table. As well, they’re an important part of the Easter tradition. Children decorate them with paints, crayons, stickers, tissue-paper etc. After they’re ready they are used as a decoration for the Easter table and they’re also a part of the Easter bucket.
Polish Easter: Palm Sunday, Blessing of the Easter baskets, Holy Sunday, Easter Eggs, Easter Bunny, Wet Monday