In most American and European states on the night of October 31st, fancy dress parties and masquerades are held to celebrate the night when the souls of the dead return to earth. Today the phenomenon, especially due to the influence of the United States, is a commercial feast with particularly macabre accents; in reality few people know that behind this day there is a much deeper meaning and that its origins are not American, but rather European. Its birth seems to date back to Celtic populations, since 31st October, Samhain, was the last day of the year dedicated to the feast of agriculture, during which the deceased spirits were thanked for the abundance of the harvest. From this legend descend both the tradition of carved pumpkin, left on the doorway to ingratiate the spirits of the dead, and the "trick or treat", the typical phrase of children looking for candy and sweets. And how will you celebrate Halloween? Discover here all the deals to save money and organize a thrilling night.