June 2008  

Dear friends and business partners!
The city of Zagreb is going through a time of great developments and dynamic happenings. The cultural life is particularly rich. As the weather gets warmer and the days longer, the performances by many stars from the global music or theater scenes are being moved from their usual indoor venues onto the city’s streets.
The 22nd Eurokaz
An international festival of contemporary theater
This year’s Eurokaz, thematically dedicated to American theater, will introduce several legendary theater stars and choreographers as well as numerous talented and upcoming young artists.
Klovićevi Dvori
An exhibition of the great Croatian aquarellist
An exhibition of works by the great Croatian aquarellist, Slava Raškaj, has been opened at the Klovićevi Dvori gallery. Her magnificent opus made a significant mark on Croatian art at the turn of the 20th century.
our pick
: Zagreb – a Convention City - A presentation for convention specialists worldwide
: Mathematicians Win a Stage Oscar -
: Šmidhen - The construction of the largest water-park in Croatia
: Zagreb - Strawberry Days
: Vip INmusic - On the list of the best European festivals
: Naftalan - A wellness center atop unique oil sources
: Zrinjevac - Music for all times
: Jarun and Bundek Lakes - Attractive happenings at Zagreb’s lakes
: Segway City Tour Zagreb - A night tour on two wheels
Tel: +385 1 48-14-052 / 053
e-mail: info@zagreb-touristinfo.hr
Dom Sportova Sports Hall
Mark Knopfler in Zagreb
Mark Knopfler, one of the best guitarists and rock musicians in the world and the onetime front man of the legendary group Dire Straits, will present his new album “Kill to Get Crimson” at a concert in Zagreb’s Dom Sportova Sports Hall.
A City of Street Festivals
More than 400 performers from four continents will partake in various street happenings, numerous parties and unusual sporting events that will be organized as part of this year’s international street festival Cest is d’Best.

Exploring the city by mini-van
Mini-van City Tours are organized every day and depart at 10 a.m. from Bakačeva Street near the Cathedral. The tour lasts three hours and includes the most significant historic and cultural sites in Zagreb.

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