In our last post, we told you about our visit to a cherry blossom festival in Korea. Not long after we came back to Germany, we were intrigued to read about a blossom festival in the nearby town of Werder. Read on to learn how the two festivals compare!
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Despite the obvious difference to the Korean blossom festival (less crowded, less of a party atmosphere and less selfies being taken but endless amounts of fruit wine consumed), we enjoyed our little trip to Werder and will be sure to come back next year!
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3 thoughts on “Petals and prosts – Blossom Festival in Werder, Germany”
Looks like a great place to go. We have a few places here that make fruit wine, I agree with you that it looks harmless but it’s quite potent!
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How lovely is the city view and all photos are idyllic.
Indeed totally different atmosphere and let’s hope the characteristics you mentioned keep being absent in this festival!
I am rather surprised they haven’t arrived there yet. It’s so close to Berlin and the city is full of the me-and-my-drink-selfie type of persons. On the other hand, I have to admit that I also enjoyed the more pronounced enthusiasm for the blossoms in Korea.