Tarcali Tavasz -Witchy Weekend


There is no witchcraft here! A Weekend of wine,enhacntment and friendship in a sparkling mood!


According to historical sources it was Tarcal where, in 1100, the Hungarian king Coloman the Learned declared a law prohibiting the persecution of strigae - vampires or mares - because they "do not exist".

In an old Hungarian tradition countryside lads would set up a maypole decorated with ribbons at the gate of the chosen lass's house to let her know their feelings.
Mother's Day is close! This celebration goes back to ancient Greece. Last year, we celebrated this day on the Witchy Weekend. This year, it's still very close.