Updated 18 April: It’s Easter weekend and so the focus is entirely on the religious celebrations of the Biblical story of Jesus Christ’s last week on earth, his crucifixion and resurrection. Events start today with Guía de Isora’s Pascua Florida, a wonderful floral route representing the Stations of the Cross: the Pascua Florida lasts until Easter Sunday and there is a photo competition as usual – details HERE. Tomorrow is Good Friday itself, and so all eyes will be on The Pasión 2019 – Adeje’s Passion Play on Good Friday.

Tomorrow is of course a public holiday, but still running over Easter is The Memory of the Forest – photographic exhibition of ephemeral art of the pinocha in Guía de Isora. There will, of course, be something on in all parts of Tenerife over this coming weekend, and there’s a list HERE of programmes released by some councils for their Easter cultural and religious events. And of course, anyone driving should be aware that Tráfico are on the second stage of the whole Easter road safety campaign that has already been running for a week.

However you are spending this Easter weekend, I hope you have a lovely, peaceful, festive and safe time.

Source Janet Anscombe 
https://www.janetanscombe.com/news/this-weekend-in-tenerife.html

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