April 2008  

Dear Friends and Business Partners!
With the arrival of spring, numerous happenings are emerging from behind closed doors onto the streets of Zagreb. There are many things worth seeing, and they most certainly will make Zagreb even more beautiful and interesting to tourists.
The Museum of Arts and Crafts
The Second Season of the Aulos Concert Cycle
Throughout the entire year, an octet of wind instruments and the XL tuba quartet of the Zagreb Philharmonic will hold concerts at the Museum of Arts and Crafts. The proceeds from ticket sales will be used toward the restoration of old instruments from the museum’s collection.
The Zagreb Time Machine
Return to the Romantic Past
In mid April, a traditional manifestation called The Zagreb Time Machine will commence, taking place every weekend from April 19th until September 27th, invigorating Zrinjevac Park, the main square, Ban Josip Jelačić, and the Upper Town with old-fashioned sounds, customs and, of course, flavors.
our pick
: HUP Zagreb - A tradition Six Decades Long
: Zagreb Auto Show - A Representative Exhibition of New Models
: The Zrinski Mine - Mine Reopens its Doors to Visitors
: Gumbek's Days - Cabaret Returns
: HairWorld Championships of Beauty - Outstanding Success of Croatia's Team
: The Markuševac Nursery - One Hundred Years of Tree Cultivation
: A Film About Croatia - Japanese TV BS Fuji Visits Zagreb
: Statistics - Overnights in February up by 15 per cent
: The Samobor Salami Day (Salamijada) - A Specialty with a Brand
Tel: +385 1 48-14-052 / 053
e-mail: info@zagreb-touristinfo.hr
The Street Kings
From Street Entertainers to Eurosong Performers
With a repertoire of old city songs and schlager songs, the Street Kings have built an image as serious street musicians who have been performing on the streets of Zagreb for over twenty years now. They will take a part of those melodies, with their song Romance, to this year’s Eurosong contest.
The Zagreb Youth Theater
Plays for Foreigners
The Zagreb Youth Theater has made it possible for those who do not understand the Croatian language to also be a part of Zagreb’s cultural life by including a cycle of plays performed for foreigners to their regular program.

Tourist informers
At the guests’ service for the third year in a row
For the third year in a row, on April 19th, the Tourist Board of the City of Zagreb will place walking tourist informers on the city’s streets in order to help guests find their way around our city as easily as possible.

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