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18
Dec

Lively Christmas evenings in Zagreb

Christmas evenings in Zagreb

In the last few years, during the advent times, Zagreb has become a city where winters are lively and warm, and you can find entertainment in every street and square. The Croatian capital, with no exaggeration,…

17
Dec

Snow Queen Trophy

The Snow Queen Trophy is a women’s and men’s World Ski Cup slalom race and is held on Zagreb’s Sljeme since 2005. The original name of the race was the Golden Bear but after the first…

16
Dec

Carnival in Rijeka – the crown of Kvarner region

Carneval in Rijeka

The International Carnival Parade is the crown of carnival festivities in Kvarner and beyond. A contest of imagination, wit and originality, fireworks of colors and shapes, all of it results in the parade of hundreds of…

16
Dec

Rabska fjera – medieval summer fair on Rab island

Medieval Summer Fair Rabska fjera on Rab island

The first and largest medieval summer fair in Croatia, Rabska fjera, is based on a tradition started 21st of July 1364 Fjera used to last for 14 days and celebrate the saints powers that supposedly saved…

16
Dec

Betina’s traditional regatta “For soul and body”

Traditional regatta in Betina 'For soul and body'

This traditional regatta was established to promote the gajeta of Betina as “the most successful type of wooden ships by which the labourers and fishermen sailed for centuries, confirming its exceptional qualities,” residents of Betina proudly…

16
Dec

Moreška – traditional sword dance

Moreška – traditional sword dance on the island of Korčula

The town of Korcula is well known for Moreška – a traditional sword dance that was common through the Mediterranean in 12th and 13th century The dance originated in Spain, associated to the conflict between Moors…