7 Spooky Halloween ideas - where to fly?

Autumn is approaching fast, and you're still wondering where to go for Halloween? Relax - we are here to dispel your doubts. Just read on and... discover 7 suggestions for an original Halloween celebration!

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You probably associate Halloween with fancy costumes, scary decorations and a huge variety of sweets. Indeed - it is a one-of-a-kind holiday. If you're looking for ideas for a spooky Halloween trip, we come to the rescue! You'll find some worthwhile places to visit in Europe and the United States, for example. So. Where to go for Halloween? There's nothing to be afraid of - just check out our suggestions!

Discover the best destinations for Halloween

Although a cemetery is unlikely to be associated with joy or ridiculousness - the Merry Cemetery is just that! Already its name will give you an idea of what it looks like.

Merry Cemetery is a place where graves do not cause sadness, but.... happiness and optimism in the face of death! This surprising and unusual site, was founded by local artist Stan Ioan Patras in 1935, in the Romanian village of Sapantza. In the cemetery, the entire life of the town's community is depicted through bas-reliefs painted in bright colors, the most dominant of which is Sapantza Blue.

Each oak tomb contains a short epitaph and a pictorial scene, depicting the life and concerns of the deceased farmer, shepherd, forester, carpenter, teacher, salesman or doctor. Both the poem and the painting can relate to the life of the deceased, or even the circumstances of his death.

Looking for an original idea for Halloween? A walk through the Merry Cemetery on the last day of October will be a unique experience. Plan an appropriate amount of time for a stroll, as you will find here more than.... 800 tombstones!

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 
The cost of the ticket includes the flight, taxes, airport fees and other additional charges, including fuel surcharges. In addition, you can take on board carry-on baggage up to 8 kg and a personal item!

Is there anything better than spending Halloween in Dracula's castle? Combined with a visit to beautiful Transylvania, it's the perfect recipe for an October/November trip!

Count Dracula's mansion, or rather Bran Castle, is a very peculiar and very well-preserved medieval residence, located in the picturesque Romanian town of Bran. In the building you will discover more than 60 rooms connected by passages and underground tunnels. You will probably be most impressed by the central courtyard, which has a simply unique atmosphere.

Today, the castle serves as a museum, and one of the exhibitions is devoted entirely to the legend of Dracula (or rather Vlad the Impaler). On the occasion of Halloween, expect in Bran numerous attractions and.... a big party, organized in honor of Dracula!

Also book a unique guided tour that includes tasting Romanian cuisine, live medieval folk music and a re-enactment of Count Dracula's famous wedding.

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 
The cost of the ticket includes the flight, taxes, airport fees and other additional charges, including fuel surcharges. In addition, you can take on board carry-on baggage up to 8 kg and a personal item!

Halloween in the United States is one of the most important events of the year. Residents eagerly decorate their homes and prepare disguises for special marches and parties, held in both huge metropolises and small towns.

Did you know that the world's most popular and largest Halloween parade is organized right in New York? This amazing spectacle is not to be missed! In addition to the parade, you will take part in numerous events and games in the Big Apple. A lavish celebration in museums and zoos, a witch march, the screening of horror films at film festivals, competitions for the best Halloween costume... Every Halloween fan should experience it at least once in his life! All you need to do is book a ticket to New York and.... start planning your trip.

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 
The cost of the ticket includes the flight, taxes, airport fees and other additional charges, including fuel surcharges. In addition, you can take on board carry-on baggage up to 8 kg and a personal item!

Also in London, you'll discover plenty of places to celebrate Halloween. One of the most popular ways to experience moments of horror is to visit the London Dungeon. The museum serves as an interactive tourist attraction, giving you the chance to travel back in time and see for yourself the scariest and darkest moments and events of the British capital.

Inside the museum you will see more than a dozen different performances, played by professional actors. Demonstrations in the torture room, walking through the labyrinth without lights, reenacting the Great Fire of 1666, coming face to face with serial killers... Each of them will give you panic attacks! And that's what Halloween is all about.

Another way to spend this terrible day is to walk in the footsteps of Jack the Ripper. Learn about the historical background of the murders and go to the locations of the man's victims!

What else to do during Halloween in London? Visit a special exhibition at the Madame Tussauds Wax Figure Museum, stroll through old cemeteries or take a ghost tour after dark.

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 
The cost of the ticket includes the flight, taxes, airport fees and other additional charges, including fuel surcharges. In addition, you can take on board carry-on baggage up to 8 kg and a personal item!

Dark dungeons, mazes of streets, illuminated buildings and the most creative costume party (Amsterdam Halloween Festival),put the Dutch capital among the best places to fly to for Halloween. The event, which lasts almost a full week, features attractions such as spooky makeup workshops, a colorful costume parade and special boat cruises on the canals.

Movie lovers can enjoy marathons of horror films, zombie stories, as well as contemporary super productions. From clubs to music concerts to restaurants, there are themed events throughout the city at this time of year. Thus. Spend Halloween in Amsterdam!

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 
The cost of the ticket includes the flight, taxes, airport fees and other additional charges, including fuel surcharges. In addition, you can take on board carry-on baggage up to 8 kg and a personal item!

Prague, with its Gothic architecture, winding medieval streets, mysterious corners and intriguing charm, is a place that will put you in the right mood for Halloween. And while locals don't celebrate the holiday lavishly, the Czech capital seems made for celebrating the day of ghosts.

The center of Prague, along with the charming Old Town, hides hundreds of legends and ghostly tales. How about stumbling upon a ghost during your nighttime stroll? Even if you don't come face to face with a phantom, check out the statue of the ghost - the Man of Iron, erected on the corner of the New Town Hall building.

You will also feel moments of horror in Prague's Jewish quarter, thanks to a mysterious figure in a cape - a former organist. It is better not to walk here alone! If you don't want to stroll the mysterious streets of Prague alone, book a special guided tour, which will tell you many dark stories.

Or maybe you fancy a trip outside the city? Head to the picturesque town of Kutná Hora, which hides a terrifying attraction - the Skull Chapel. Would you agree that this is an excellent idea for Halloween?

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 
The cost of the ticket includes the flight, taxes, airport fees and other additional charges, including fuel surcharges. In addition, you can take on board carry-on baggage up to 8 kg and a personal item!

Did you know that the City of Love also has its dark side? Paris hides spooky corners and improbable legends, especially in the Père Lachaise cemetery and.... in the Parisian catacombs. Descend into the underworld of Paris and discover the macabre tunnels of a terrifying labyrinth that houses the remains of some 6 million inhabitants. The walls of the catacombs are lined with hundreds of bones and skulls, and the sheer atmosphere of the place makes it unnecessary to even tell a horror story! Be sure to book an entrance fee before you go.

If you still haven't had enough excitement, take a walk around Père Lachaise Cemetery after dusk. It is said to be haunted, so why not meet an apparition there? Both places are great ideas for spending Halloween.

I don't think we need to convince you any longer? Be sure to visit the French capital at the end of October!

 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 
The cost of the ticket includes the flight, taxes, airport fees and other additional charges, including fuel surcharges. In addition, you can take on board carry-on baggage up to 8 kg and a personal item!

Halloween - date. Do you remember when the Halloween is?

This unusual holiday is celebrated on October 31. Now you know when Halloween is, so you can start planning your trip! No matter where you fly to, you will remember this day for a long time.

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