What to do at Easter

Take a break!

At the moment there may still be all kinds of appointments in your diary, but if you scroll through the pages, the first days off will appear again. A quest for Easter eggs is most likely on the program. But Easter is also the perfect opportunity to go away for a long weekend. What about hiding eggs on the train?
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Go out on Easter weekend

If you have the day off on Good Friday, you're lucky. Four days off is the perfect opportunity for an extra-long weekend by the sea. Perfect for a weekend away with children. Keep your fingers crossed for good weather, although a little rain doesn’t need to spoil the fun. The Ardennes is ideal to discover during this long Easter weekend. Do you prefer city life? Then pay a visit to Paris. With its charming streets, beautiful museums, and culinary delights, it's an excellent destination for Easter brunch.

Easter day out

Of course, the best of both worlds is also possible: get away for a bit but still have Easter breakfast with your family. Brussels is just far enough away to make you feel like a holiday while sleeping in your own bed. Be amazed by this vibrant city! Düsseldorf is also a good option for a day out with plenty of holiday spirit. Combine shopping with a walk through the Medienhafen and a traditional Altbier. That sounds like a great way to spend the day!
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Tips to book cheap traintickets

Do you want to and can you book far in advance? Then choose the ticket with the lowest fare. The best rate for the price-conscious travellers.

General tips for getting the cheapest tickets

  • Book as early as possibly to have the most chance of getting the cheapest tickets.
  • Travelling in the evening is often cheaper.
  • For a weekend getaway, travel Sat-Sun-Mon instead of Fri-Sat-Sun.
  • Book online to avoid booking fee.

Tips to get the best rates