Événements en Croatie


Vrtna zabava

Musical staging of the life and customs of people and nobility who lived in the Park Vranyczany and castles of Oroslavje through the centuries. The traditional art colony Vlaho Bukovac is held in the Park Vranyczany.

BIS Fest

The festival “Bakar and Serenades” was created and held for the first time in 2013. The main idea of the festival is to have local performers interpret songs which are in a different genre from their own. In fact, the festival performers who usually sing slow ballads are asked to perform a song of their own choice and a song of a completely different style which is chosen by the jury. When buying a ticket, each visitor is given a so called “whistle”. After each number, the audience blows the whistle and gives audio assessment of both the interpretation and the performance. The volume of the produced sound (noise) is then measured by a special device for noise recording and the display shows how successful a particular interpretation was (the so called “Applause-Meter”). Festival host is Mario Lipovšek Battifiaca who performs sketches during breaks and the revue part of the BIS Fest.

Le festival du film de Tabor

Le festival du film de Tabor, qui fête cette année son quinzième anniversaire, aura lieu du 6 au 9 Juillet dans le magnifique château médiéval de Veliki Tabor près de Desinić, dans la région Croate de Zagorje. Plus de 200 courts métrages provenant d’une cinquantaine de pays du monde entier seront projetés. Hormis ce riche programme cinématique, le festival compte aussi une liste impressionnante de groupes musicaux tels que Urban & 4, Let 3, My Baby, Jimmy Stanić, Matija Svira Arsena, M.O.R.T. et beaucoup d'autres. Vous pourrez d'ailleurs profiter de divers ateliers, présentations et promotions littéraires, ainsi que de la riche gastronomie locale. Le prix d'entrée est de 195 kunas (26€) en prévente et coûtera 240 kunas (32€) le jour du festival, parking et camping inclus. 

Dan Dupina

Dolphin Day has taken place in Veli Lošinj since 1993. The Blue World Institute organises this unique event since its founding in 1999 to complement their educational activities. On this day, a great number of visitors come to Veli Lošinj to learn about activities around the Adriatic Dolphin Project – a long-term research of bottle-nose dolphins in the waters of islands of Lošinj and Vis. 

Kinookus

Kinookus Film Food Festival is a unique event which presents original formula of sustainable develompent trought seventh art, appreciate features of Ston area, helps small manufacturers, encourages young people for critical thinking. 

Bloomsday

Pula est l'une des rares villes européennes qui peuvent se vanter ou l'écrivain irlandais James Joyce, même si à court terme, avait vécu.

Bloomsday est une journée consacrée à la vie et l'œuvre de Joyce, et cette année à Pula il sera marquée par le 25 et 26 Juin à plusieurs endroits dans la ville. Cette année Bloomsday met en évidence le problème de l'incompréhension de l'idée de la maison, fétichisation du mariage, le dogme et, en fin de compte, les nations. Et pour rendre les choses divertir le public, les organisateurs ont préparé beaucoup de musique en direct, des ateliers gratuits de danse traditionnel irlandais et de dance hip-hop moderne, atelier d'animation stop dans tasses de café et atelier des cocktails. 

Summer in Krapina

Summer in Krapina is a manifestation, with which, in a funny way, history and traditions of Krapina are brought closer to us. Various associations and societies, professional performers and children and theatre groups are the actors of this summer story. A special feature is certainly the open-air cinema in the courtyard of Krapina City Gallery.

International Lace Festival

On June 23 to the 25th the TZ City of Pag and Pag Lace Association “ Frane Budak” will host the eight International Lace Festival.

This years festivals partner country is Slovenia, and it will take place thanks to the sponsors of the event President of Croatia Kolida Garbar Kitarovic, Croatian Ministry of Culture, Slovenian Ministry of Culture, Zadar County and Zadar County Tourism Organizations.

There are 9 countries participating in the festival along with the host Croatia, they are as follows: Slovenia, France, Great Britain, Netherlands, Switzerland, Italy, Czech Republic,Russia and the far away Japan.

The person who has made the it possible for Japanese participation is Jelena Yamasaki, a woman famed for bringing Japan to Zadar trough “ Tuna Sushi Wine festival”. Ms. Yamasaki is the representative of honorary Japanese-Croatian exchange organization and has worked over twenty years on the promotion of Croatia in Japan.  In this years lace festival there will be two Japans lacemakers and we are delighted to announce that Japan will be next years City of Pag International Lace Festival partner country.

 

Lacemaking in Croatia has been added to UNESCO’s List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2009.  In Croatian lacemaking alongside of Pag needle-point lace there is Lepoglava bobbin lace, Aloe lace of Hvar.

Pag Lace is is symbolic identity of the City Pag, The International lace festival was founded for the purpose of maintaining the cultural heritage.  Pag lacemaking is done only by women who live in the city of Pag, it is a unique lace in the world.  The women lacemakers have described their lacemaking as an art where more than 500,000 stitches are placed requiring over 500 hours of demanding work, years of experience and patience done all for the sole purpose of the end result- beauty.

Slatki gušti

A unique outdoor tourist attraction to sweeten your summer days! Slatki gušti is a sweets festival held in the heart of Zagreb where Croatia’s best pastry and cake shops gather to present numerous types of sweets, patisseries, ice-creams, cookies, and cakes. But that is not all! There is live music, dance, workshops, and film screenings!

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