Easter is celebrated on the first Sunday after the first full moon after the 20th of March. Hortobágy and Hajdúszoboszló are waiting for everyone.
Easter is the biggest celebration of Christianity, the central feast of the Christ-centered calendar. In addition to religion, it is the celebration of waiting for spring and the coming of spring.
Easter Sunday is the holiest of Christian sacred days. The day commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ from his death by crucifixion. It is the end of Easter, and people go to mass. People also give each other Easter eggs.
Easter Monday is a public holiday that has little religious significance but is the occasion for numerous secular customs.
EASTER AT HORTOBÁGY
The nature trails, arboretum, castle park, and water promenade of the Hortobágy National Park (henceforth HNP) can also be visited on the Easter holiday weekend, with the adherence of the rules.
Despite the current restrictions, HNP nature trails can be visited by purchasing a national park pass card.
Ticket offices are closed, so you can only buy tickets online. Tickets received by email do not need to be printed out, you can present them on any smart device. Please note that passcards are valid from the time of purchase.
The presence of the passcard can be checked by HNP staff, especially the Rangers.
The passcard is valid for the following areas:
- Hortobágy-Halastó natural trail
- Szálkahalom natural trail
- Egyek-pusztakócs swamps demonstration area
Tips, useful information:
- You can stay on the natural trails from sunrise to sunset.
- Waterproof footwear is recommended.
- Public lavatories are closed on the nature trails, except the Hortobágy-Halastó.
- The Halászbárka Fogadóközpont is closed.
- Renovations are taking place on several natural trails, so there can be possible restrictions.
- Everyone can use on their own responsibility the bridges, high-stands, and towers!
- Avoid littering!
2021 EASTER EGG EXHIBITION HAJDÚSZOBOSZLÓ
On the 28th of March, the park next to the Máté Kovács City Cultural Center and Library dressed in Easter ornaments. Egg trees and other Easter installations were exhibited by the Municipality of Hajdúszoboszló and the Máté Kovács City Cultural Center and Library together. The open-air exhibition will adorn Hajdúszoboszló until the 11th of April.
Their goal, with the cooperation of the population, NGOs, churches, schools, kindergartens, was to create an open-air Easter park that would fit into the Easter celebration, and express the beginning of the city’s rebirth.
Maybe we can sprinkle ladies for Easter Eggs next year. Easter eggs are special eggs that are often given to celebrate Easter or springtime. The oldest tradition is to use dyed and painted chicken eggs, but a modern custom is to substitute chocolate eggs or plastic eggs filled with confectionery.