There is no better place to enjoy Halloween like Ireland, where all started. If you have children or you are just a big kid yourself, you can come to Dublin for a Family Halloween Tour at Malahide Castle. Tours will be running from the 28th to the 31st of October. Malahide Castle and Gardens is one of the oldest castles in Ireland, and has been home to the Talbot family for over 800 years. It is set on 260 acres and is packed with interesting historical sights from 12th century on.
If you are not a fan of creepy haunted houses and scaring people, maybe a bit more romantic festival will interest you. Día de los Muertos or Day of the Dead is a Mexican national holiday celebrated throughout all Mexico. It is believed that on the last day of October and until 2nd of November is the time when souls of people that we have lost are the closest to the world of living. Not like in USA where Halloween is just a great chance to spook people, The Day of the Dead is a time of celebration and remembrance of loved ones who have passed away.
Halloween can be very big in Big Apple. The Village Halloween Parade in New York City is considered to be the nation's largest Halloween parade, with more than 2 million people attending it annually. The best part is that you can attend it for free. The 42nd Annual Parade starts on Saturday at 7 PM. There will perform 53 bands dancers and artists. Want to see its vibe? See bellow:
Come to celebrate Halloween to Fright Dome, a popular haunted house attraction location during the Halloween season since 2003. It is located inside of the Adventure dome at Circus Circus in Las Vegas.
Last years no. 1 of the Travels best list (Travel's Best Halloween Attractions 2014) was ScareHouse in Pittsburgh. ScareHouse has been ranked as one of “America’s Scariest Halloween Attractions” by Travel Channel and has been featured on Good Morning America, USA TODAY, CBS news, ABC News, Buzzfeed, Forbes, Geek & Sundry, and many other national media outlets. Se bellows how this scary place looks like.