March in Eastern Europe begins the springtime travel season. Easter markets, springtime festivals, landscaped old towns, and traditional farewells to winter can be enjoyed during this hopeful, colorful month.
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If you're lucky, you'll catch Prague's famous Easter market during this month. Brightly decorated traditional eggs and other crafts can be purchased in Old Town's center of festivities - the Old Town Square.
Hungary's Spring Festival occurs in March. Performances and concerts are held, and a traditional market sells hand-crafted items.
Slovakia ushers in spring with the drowning of Morena and a traditional Easter market.
The drowning of Marzanna and Easter both have the potential to occur in March - these Polish cultural events will make your March trip to Warsaw memorable.
Krakow knows how to do Easter and springtime. The historic center blooms with color for the annual Easter celebrations.
March 8th is International Women's Day in Russia. Russia may also celebrate Maslenitsa during this month.
Kaziukas Fair is Vilnius' annual arts and crafts market which takes place on or near St. Casimir's Day (March 4th). Cinema spring, a non-commercial film festival, may also begin in March.
Enjoy spring in Ljubljana with carnival celebrations and preparations for Easter.