Eventi in Croazia


San Martino sulla strada del vino nella regione del Međimurje

Le cantine che si trovano sulla strada del vino della Regione del Međimurje, conquistano al primo incontro ognuno che ci entra. A ciò contribuisce ulteriormente la giornata di San Martino, la festa del vino che si celebra a novembre, e durante la quale il mosto matura e diventa vino. Battezzando il mosto e degustando vini giovani, in compagnia di una guida esperta, celebriamo la giornata di San Martino con numerosi visitatori, che in quei giorni possono gustare la ricca offerta enogastronomica.

St Martin’s day on the Međimurje wine road

From the first moment, anyone who comes in, is delighted by wine houses on the Međimurje wine road. Indeed, St. Martin's wine holiday, when must  ripens into wine which we celebrate in November, contributes to it. Staging the 'baptism' of must and tasting of young wines, with expert guidance, we celebrate St. Martin's in the company of many visitors, who these days can also enjoy the rich wine and food available.

Puppet Theatre Revue

This year, eighteen theatres and theatre troupes from the Czech Republic, Austria, Poland, Italy, Slovenia and Croatia present a diverse puppetry treasure trove. The 23rd Puppet Theatre Revue opens on 2 November at 6 pm at the Croatian House of Culture with the play “Weave Sevdah for Me, Dear“. This year’s revue features programmes that emphasise compassion for all children who have been forced to leave their homes due to war, fear as the most powerful instrument of obedience, as well as closeness and kindness in all of us. It will also embark on a journey through the human body, unlock the secret compartments of old tales, discover amazing friendships, witness the heart-warming loyalty of the dog as man’s best friend and deal with unusual wolves, donkeys and caterpillars. This year, the attendees can once again rate the shows and give out the ”Domino“ award for the best play at the end of the festival.

Puppet Theatre Revue

This year, eighteen theatres and theatre troupes from the Czech Republic, Austria, Poland, Italy, Slovenia and Croatia present a diverse puppetry treasure trove. The 23rd Puppet Theatre Revue opens on 2 November at 6 pm at the Croatian House of Culture with the play “Weave Sevdah for Me, Dear“. This year’s revue features programmes that emphasise compassion for all children who have been forced to leave their homes due to war, fear as the most powerful instrument of obedience, as well as closeness and kindness in all of us. It will also embark on a journey through the human body, unlock the secret compartments of old tales, discover amazing friendships, witness the heart-warming loyalty of the dog as man’s best friend and deal with unusual wolves, donkeys and caterpillars. This year, the attendees can once again rate the shows and give out the ”Domino“ award for the best play at the end of the festival.

Honey Land

The Association of Beekeeping Metvica Novska organizes HONEY LAND - Honey Days and presents the results of the work and efforts of the bees and beekeepers to mark the end of the beekeeping Year but also Lukovo - the Day of Novska every 3rd weekend on the  October.   Beekeepers promote the production of honey and other bee products at the "from the HIVE to the TABLE " sales exhibition, visitors will be able to taste the "HONEY and MILK" full-day breakfast, can also try different types of honey with proven quality. Pupils of elementary schools will listen lecture "  SECRET LIVING of the BEES "  and exhibition of student work about the role of bees in nature.   Visitor will listen a lecture held by prim.dr. sc. Josip Lončar,dr.med.  "The role of honey and other bee products in the protection and improvement of human health".   Within Lukovo will be held exhibition "Originally ours" of our origin producers, handicrafts, souvenirs and other products. Fun for children and adults, presenting Novska life through history through the organization of parades ... and many other entertaining and cultural events .   On Saturday, October 20, 2018, a FREE TRAIN  for Honey Land - The train comes from the Main station in Zagreb - Departure time :  9.54 hours - Return from Novska - Departure time :  19.45.

Rigojanči - Love as a Confectionery Inspiration

At the end of the 20th century, Rijeka patisserie shops often served a cake called rigojanči. Many of the people who have enjoyed the taste of this high-calorie cake could not have known that the cake’s unusual name comes from the famous Hungarian musician Rigó Jancsi. So, while people in Rijeka enjoyed the rigojanči thinking that the dessert was an authentic product created in Rijeka, in reality they shared a tradition of Austro-Hungarian cuisine. The exhibition “Rigojanči - Love as a Confectionery Inspiration” has been organized in the exhibition spare of the Maritime and History Museum of the Croatian Littoral and its main aim is to encourage visitors to think about a specific part of their own cultural identity linked to the ways of preparing and consuming food and desserts. The exhibition is open from September 22nd until February 4th next year.

Rikon Fantasy Convention

As usual, the beginning of autumn in Rijeka brings us the Rikon fantasy convention, from October 5th to October 7th. The fantasy event promotes the genre in literature, film and visual arts and introduces and educates users on the subjects in the fields of science fiction, fantasy and horror, as well as the latest achievements in science. The host of the convention, which will take place on the first weekend of October, is the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences on the University campus. Rikon offers a rich programme comprising many lectures from various scientific fields and pop culture, roundtables, presentations of books and magazines, literary and art workshops, screenings of amateur films and events for playing strategic and board games. The convention promotes science and scientific achievements in an attractive and accessible way.

Cultural heritage Split-Dalmatian Eduvacation

A new tourist product is offering a unique experience of gastronomy, local customs, natural beauties and cultural heritage.   The Culinary Heritage of the Split-Dalmatia County is a member of the project - a network of regional culinary heritage in Europe which consists of 1500 members from 44 regions from 14 countries. The network was developed in Sweden and Denmark for the development of the region through the restoration of culinary heritage, the production of indigenous and traditional products and their inclusion in the local catering and tourist offer, with particular emphasis on the supply of rural households and increasing the employment of the local population. Culinary Heritage is an internationally recognized trademark, a trademark for regional food and culinary tradition, which guarantees a unique standard. Tasting of dishes and drinks is held exclusively by members of the recognizable sign of culinary heritage. During the three-day program we will visit Split, Klis, Brac, Trogir, Imotski, Vrgorac, Omis. If you want to join the program, welcome!

European Heritage Days 2018 in Croatia

Croatia has been participating for many years already in celebrating the European Heritage Days, a programme implemented by the Council of Europe in co-operation with the European Union. The European Commission recognized the European Heritage Days in 2018 as the key support programme in celebrating the European Year of Cultural Heritage. This year common theme to most countries, including Croatia, is the Art of Sharing. The principle of sharing, that is of increasing the accessibility of cultural heritage information to all interested individuals and groups in the context of celebrating the European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 contributes to a strong synergy effect. A diversified programme, scheduled for end September and beginning October, will consist of a large number of activities, such as exhibitions, workshops, presentations, professional tours, promotions and so on, aimed at bringing valuable cultural heritage contents closer in an interesting way. Along with being aware of the advancement of new technologies making access and exchange of knowledge on cultural heritage and culture in general easier and faster for us, the intent is also to present as many heritage related digital content. This year the event of European Heritage Days in Croatia will traditionally take place from 20th September to 10th October 2018. The theme of this year’s EHD is in the frame of the European Year of Cultural Heritage: The Art of Sharing. The aim of the European Year of Cultural Heritage is to encourage more people to discover and engage with Europe's cultural heritage, and to reinforce a sense of belonging to a common European space. Over 90 events will be organized all over the country by many institutions, local communities and companies in coordination with the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia.The main events will start on 20th September 2018 with the opening event of the exhibition entitled: „In Service of Heritage Visualization“ in the Klovićevi dvori Gallery in Zagreb. The exhibition aims to highlight the cross section of the opus of the most distinguished professional photographers of the national conservation service of the second part of the 20th century in Croatia. The exhibition is also in a way a reminder about the particularly productive work conservation service in the second part of the 20th century, but at the same time an homage and a great gratitude to its photographers-documentarian – Nino Vranić, Vinko Malinarić, Rudolf Bartolović, Živko Bačić, Miljenko Mojaš and  Vidoslav Barac, who have given a fundamental and lasting contribution to the effectiveness of the conservation service with their photographs. What is more, their photographs enable the transfer of knowledge to new generations about cultural heritage on the principle of sharing.  
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