It is year two of a great initiative to promote the regional cuisine in Croatia, with Varazdin County kicking off with 13 restaurants offering great value menus until May 1, 2017.
Continuing her look at the officially recognised cultural heritage of Croatia on March 13, 2017, Filipa Marusic takes a deeper look at the fascinating story of the Bednja language or dialect, which is to be found around magnificient Trakoscan Castle in rural Varazdin County.
While the snow brings the cold, it also brings a different type of beauty, particularly to one famous building in Varazdin County.
An athletic start to the year on January 1, 2017 in Varazdin, as the traditional New Year race at midnight takes place for the 39th year.
Varaždin’s New Year’s Day race, traditional since 1977, is the first race in the world which begins exactly at midnight on the crossing from the Old into the New Year.
Varazdin held the inaugural Flying Guitars Festival in early October, an event which enjoyed considerable success in its first year, and which looks set to become a permanent and important part of the city's already rich cultural programme. An overview of the first year of the festival.
Located just outside the capital Zagreb, Varazdin County is one of Croatia's most fascinating and diverse regions, but one often overlooked by tourists. TCN meets county tourist board director Elizabeta Dolenec on November 11, 2016.
Part of Croatia's rich intangible UNESCO heritage will be celebrated in northern Croatia this week at the annual Lepoglava Lace Festival.
Varazdin County's celebration of its natural gourmet goodness continues this week with the 19th Zeljarijada in Vidovec.