Since 1914 the city of Rethymno, in North-Central Crete, has celebrated a magnificent festive event, the Carnival of Rethymno. This year, as in the past, the town folk will present; parties, masquerades, traditional dancing and music, theater performances, parades, and many other events.
Coming to the south coast of Crete this August 5th thru 9th, the 4th International Documentary Festival of Ierapetra is dedicated to civilization. This year’s festival follows the same motive as all past version in documenting history throughout Greece and the world.
Palinka festivals, music, arts and crafts, and other interesting events are waiting for you in Budapest this Spring.
oming to Sarajevo June 6th through 9th, a monumental event, 2014: 100 years after World War I at the Bosanski kulturni centar Sarajevo.
The Hungarian kürtőskalács (chimney cake) originated in the Székely Land of Transylvania, a historical region in the central part of Romania, where a large Hungarian ethnic population still lives. The sweet delicacy is made of yeast cake, using only natural ingredients. It is made in many Hungarian homes in Romania, but also across the borders, […]
Coming up next month in Dubrovnik, Carnival is the city’s version of New Orleans’ Mardi Gras. Visitors to Old Town in this fabulous Croatian seaside wonder will be treated to colorful parades, bands, masked balls, dancing, and a fantabulous end all party at Revelin Fort.
News from Yerevan, the Popok international Advertising Festival kicked off today. Organized by the Armenian Ad Council in connection with the city of Yerevan, the festival is slated to offer new concepts in advertising in Armenia’s capital.
The Cultural Movement of Limassol ‘Epilogi’ kicks off, A Euro-Mediterranean Music Celebration in Cyprus, a series of concerts and other activities at Heroes Square and the Rialto Theater in Limassol starting tomorrow. International artists from many genres are scheduled to perform at some of Cyprus’ finest venues. From Thursday until Sunday visitors to on of Cyprus’ […]
In news cultural news from Belarus, the city of Mogilev will play host for the nationwide festival Asalodki-2012. This blend of confectionery business combined with vocal, dance and even circus. Confectioneries are scheduled to organize a fair downtown to treat locals and visitors.
The Budapest Spring Festival will provide you with a great cultural experience and offer you the opportunity to learn about a culture that has existed since ancient times.
If you want to experience Croatia first hand, this fishermen village is the ideal destination.
Soundwave Croatia 2011 kicks off next weekend. Described as “the perfect music festival” by many, this Croatian all weekend party is not your ordinary jam packed beach event. It’s a closely jam packed excitement and relaxation break for music lovers.
The 7th Kozara Ethno Festival will be held on July, 1-4, 2011, in Piskavica, Banja Luka.
The VOLT Festival (June 29 – July 2, 2011) is one of the most celebrated cultural events in Eastern Europe.
For those travelers out there who love to dance, shake it even, Lithuania is the place to be this week. The Annual AfroLatin Dance Festival begins in Vilnius on Friday and ends on the following Monday. Organized by the Afrolatin dance studio “Bachata Souls” – this year’s Bachata extravaganza promises to be the hottest Latin dance event of the Summer.