Walking with Dinosaurs – The Arena Spectacular is a live show based on the Emmy Award-winning BBC Television Series. The show has been seen by over than 9 million people in more than 250 cities around the world.
Zagreb is one of Croatia’s most popular destinations for New Year Eve’s celebrations. The city has a long tradition of open-air concerts and parties until the early morning hours to usher in the new year.
Christmas is the best time of the year to visit Zagreb. During the holidays, the city is traditionally lit with festive lights, music echoes in virtually every corner of the city center, and delicious street food and winter beverages are sold at stalls and decorated chalets that populate the city’s streets and squares.
The 16th annual Zagreb Film Festival, which runs from November 11 to 18, will bring more than a hundred screenings, as well as a number of side programs to several locations across the city, including the cinemas Europa and Tuškanac, and the Museum of Contemporary Art.
The 2018 Food and Healthy Living Fairs will be held at the Zagreb Fair Congress Center from October 19 to 21. Organized by the Croatian Ministry of Agriculture, the City of Zagreb and the Zagreb Fair
Summer at Stross, the summer-long festival of outdoor cultural and entertainment events held in the shade of chestnut trees on the old Strossmayer Promenade in the Upper Town, has once again breathed new life into the popular Zagreb landmark.
OneLife Rally, a 7-day car event that takes drivers through some of the most captivating landscapes of Southeast Europe, returns for its second year from June 30 to July 7, 2018. The route will include major cities in Italy, Croatia, Serbia, Hungary and Romania.
INmusic Festival, Croatia’s largest open air music festival, will once again bring together some of the world’s best known pop and rock artists at Jarun Lake, Zagreb’s favourite summer getaway spot. The festival takes place from June 25 to 27 on three islands on the lake: the Isle of Youth, Trešnjevka Island and Univerzijada Island, with the latter two reserved for the festival camp.