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  • The best Easter egg hunts in the world

    photo by Steven Depolo

    If you’re a Christian, then Easter is one of the most important holidays of the year, and a perfect opportunity to spend time with friends and family either at home, or even better in a faraway place that promises fun and adventure.And even if you’re not a religious sort, Easter is a great time to get away from home and from work and get up to some traveling, since April is as good a time as ever to be on the road.

    But if you are planning on traveling with kids, then Easter gets a whole new meaning: Easter bunnies, chocolate eggs and sometimes even presents! Go traveling with your family on Easter, and take your kids to some of the best Easter egg hunts in the world, they’ll have the time of their lives!

    Cadbury Easter Egg Trail, Morden Hall Park, London, UK

    Cadbury is one of the most famous brands of chocolate in the UK, and its creme eggs have a huge fan following on the British Isle. Every year, Cadbury organizes Easter eggs trails in hundreds of locations throughout the UK. The trail in Morden Park Hall, a National Trust property, is one of the most entertaining egg hunts in the UK. There will be face painters, game areas, sack races and various competitions with prizes for kids.

    Fabergé Easter Egg Hunt, London, UK

    photo by Zach Shepard

    Another Brit Easter egg hunt that will delight both adults and children will be organized by Russian luxury jeweler Fabergé. Over two hundred giant fiber-glass eggs (created by famous designers like Vivienne Westwood or Diane von Furstenburg) will be scattered around London, and egg hunters will have 40 days to find them. The hunt ends with an auction whose proceeds will go to children’s charities.

    The Great Central Park Easter Egg Hunt, New York

    If you are in New York for Easter, then you can have your kids do something fun while you visit one of the most important landmarks in the Big Apple. For several years now, NYC’s Parks and Recreation Department has been organizing Easter Egg Hunts for kids on Saturday before Easter. There’s usually an Easter Bunny, face painting stalls, egg decorating and carnival games.

    Easter Egg Hunt at the Longchamp Racecourse, Paris, France

    photo by mollystevens on Flickr

    The Longchamp Racecourse has been known to organize some of the most exciting egg hunts in Paris, and this year won’t be any different. The vast racecourse becomes a chocolate egg hunting ground for kids, who can also play with mechanical horses, ride ponies and enjoy the carnival atmosphere.

    The Lake District Egg Hunt, UK

    The UK’s stunning Lake District has been the inspiration for Beatrix Potter’s children’s books starring Peter Rabbit, so there’s hardly a better place for an egg hunt that the countryside that inspired these classic stories.

    A hundred hand-crafted eggs will be hidden in the Cumbrian countryside, and the hunt is open for anyone who wants to participate. Every egg gets you presents like books or ticket to the World of Beatrix Potter, and some eggs can even get you an all-inclusive holiday.

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