The colder season of the year doesn’t mean that fun is over on the Adriatic Shore. Attend Dubrovnik Winter Festival and witness the fascinating vibe of Croatia’s most popular town.
This unique city, a World Heritage Site, will come alive with new radiance, decorated in festive holiday lighting. The forty day long festival will offer many opportunities to come together. Bring your children to the ice skating rink or to see the Christmas Fairytale play, warm yourself up with mulled wine, enjoy delicious food in the cottages lined along the main street of Stradun, or dance to live music in front of the Church of St. Blaise. Have fun in the theatre, visit galleries and museums, and learn how to make Dubrovnik’s traditional sweet delicacies.
This year’s Dubrovnik Winter Festival will begin slightly earlier than last year and will run from 19 November 2016 to 1 March 2017.
The holiday decorations will begin to shine in all of their glory on the evening of November 19th, the first day of Advent, and will displayed until January 8th. Programs for the Festivity of Saint Blaise and the Dubrovnik Carnival will follow the Christmas program. Read more.