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The Adriatic Journal team has put together a list of the best and most exciting events taking place in the region in the coming month. You can pick from a networking gatherings, a fun carnival or literature festival. moreover, On february 1 rijeka will officially become a european capital of culture with a grand opening with over 70 events happening in the city.

Photo: Pixabay
Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
Date: 6 Feb – 8 Feb 2020

A three day event on the theme “Power of the Pack; Women trustfully supporting Women”. They expect 200+ women, supportive men and young leaders to join us over the two days including 150+ speakers from 30+ countries.

Photo: International Tourism Fair
Location: Belgrade, Serbia
Date: 20 Feb – 23 Feb 2020

The International Tourism fair aims to provide a considerable scientific contribution in the domain of marketing and management regarding tourism destination competitiveness, with an emphasis on the Serbian market, and further broadening of knowledge necessary for better understanding of the key concepts related to the area of destination competitiveness.

Photo: Fabula
Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
Date: 27 February – 9 March 2020

Fabula, world literature Festival is bringing together eminent guests from across the world to Slovenia. It is the biggest and most visited literary festival in Slovenia and the wider region. Apart from the central literary guests, the accompanying programme enriches the festival every year, hosting the biggest thinkers of our time. The complete festival programme is designed for all generations and is accessible to every visitor. In the time of the festival, five books of the visiting authors are published in a special Fabula collection.

Location: Herceg Novi, montenegro
Date: 19 Feb – 26 Feb 2020

While many parts of Europe are still under the snow, people in Herceg Novi celebrate the blossoming of the mimosa flower. This year marks the festival’s 51th anniversary which it will celebrate in traditional style with dance, carnivals, masquerades and lots of fish!

Location: Ptuj, Slovenia
Date: 15 Feb–25 Feb 2020

The festival is held in the oldest Slovenian town, Ptuj, which celebrates 1,950 years since its first written historical mention. Kurentovanje is Slovenia’s main cultural and ethnographic festival in springtime, the richest international Pustovanje (Shrovetide celebration) in the land. Ptuj has a  unique carnival legacy, deeply rooted in the mystical pagan character of Kurent.

Photo: Unsplash
Location: Rijeka, Croatia
Date: 1 February 2020

On 1 February Rijeka will officially become the European Capital of Culture (ECOC) with a grand opening that will take place in the port of Rijeka, the location that is this city identity point.

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