November 2013  

Dear citizens and guests of Zagreb!
The holiday known as All Saints’ Day is the day when, according to our Christian tradition, we commemorate all Christian martyrs, whereas a day later, on All Soul’s Day, we remember our dead with flowers and a candle lit in their honour.

Dear friends and business partners!
The stream of good news continues to pour in this autumn: the beauty of this city, its parks and streets, as well as the veritable tourist boom has been recognized by international associations and Croatian tourism institutions.
Days of Croatian Tourism
Zagreb is the best destination in continental Croatia!
During the Days of Croatian Tourism, the largest annual gathering of tourism professionals, Zagreb was voted the best destination in continental Croatia, and it was included in the top three tourism centres in the country.
A welcome in 30 languages
Zagreb is intensely promoting itself as a tourist destination in distant markets, so guests visiting the Croatian capital can obtain brochures in Chinese, Japanese, Korean and, as of recently, Arabic languages.
our pick
: Plitvička Kuća - Autochthonous treats at affordable prices
: Concert - Glasvegas at Močvara
: Interliber - The 36th International Fair of Books and Teaching Appliances
: The Ethnographic Museum - “Blond Jokes” – an exhibition on stereotypes
: The 9th Illectricity Festival - Music events at several locations around the city
: ICCA - Zagreb is the hometown of the best ice cream in the world!
: The Zagreb Fair - The 3rd Electronic Beats Festival Zagreb
: The first performance in this part of Europe - Tegan and Sara at Tvornica Kulture

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The Lenuci’s Horseshoe of Zagreb receives European silver for landscaping
The string of parks in central Zagreb, forming what is known as Lenuci’s Green Horseshoe, has recently received a great award: the silver plaque and a special international prize at the Golden Flower of Europe 2013.
Reminder of Advent in Zagreb
Could the festive season be any more beautiful?
Although romantic at all times of the year, during the Advent period Zagreb practically outdoes itself and guarantees a holiday atmosphere and entertainment for all generations with different tastes in music as well as other celebratory affinities.

Zrinjevac Park celebrates its 140th birthday
Although it is 140 years old, and it is a reflection of Croatian history, Zagreb’s Zrinjevac Park is also young thanks to the people who relax there, enjoying the beautiful flowers and rows of trees. Living a contemporary life, they travel back in time.

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