Thursday, May 3, 2012

Media, FOCUS 2012 being organized by chamber of repute and  newspapers editors society sends  our heartiest congratulation from the media fraternity.;On questioning the media persons about the various chambers  human touch to the media,the remarks shed and prove discouraging.We have two types of media in demand and media in waiting,MSME media of later  are looking for an opportunity to grow but avenues are rare.

Entertainment which is ruled by some rot and ill gotten money from various other fast buck business which in present era has becomes upside down in its fantasy and dreams which has little and no-relevance with present day real life running parallel to our best of education system with conservative creed.  Many such chamber of commerce it is pitiable that these chambers have the poorest of the staff at the registered counters and their arrogance reminds of their feudal character which is so perennial in our so called elite bunch of meteorites.The owners,Directors and company founding fathers need to pay attention to these frantic people hovering around the gates with their whims and fancies.
May 2012  

Dear citizens and guests of Zagreb!
Nearly every month Zagreb adds a new attraction to its tourist offer, something that is bound to never fail to draw holidaymakers and business people galore from all over the world. As of this May, the new attraction is the new congress centre Forum Zagreb, the venue that has considerably boosted the quality of the existing congress capacities and put our city on a par with world renowned congress centres.

Dear friends and business partners!
Every day there is more and more proof that Zagreb offers a lot in the way of culture and entertainment, and that its atmosphere captures the hearts of its guests day in and day out.
The Zagreb Time Machine
Entertainment on the city’s streets
For this year’s Zagreb Time Machine, the Zagreb Tourist Board has once again prepared a diverse programme, which will be taking place on the city’s squares and streets until the end of September.
47th Floraart at Bundek
A floral picture postcard
For a number of years, an event has been turning Zagreb into the largest showcase of a floral picture book in this part of Europe. This spring again, between 30th May and 3rd June, that picture book will demonstrate all of its floral sumptuousness during the 47th Floraart, a large international flower show which will take place at Zagreb's Bundek Lake.
our pick
: Palace Hotel - The first Croatian heritage hotel
: Congress Offer - The Forum Zagreb congress centre opens
: The theatre night tour - Get to know the secrets of Grič
: Restaurant Bon Appetit - A great place to enjoy smart food
: Vatroslav Lisinski Concert Hall - The Red Bull Flying Bach World Tour
: The Future Sound of Zagreb - After the calm comes a real electro “storm”
: SUPer Surfers Challenge Zagreb 2012 - The wildest Triathlon – surfing race
: The Klovićevi Dvori Gallery - “Abstraction: Modern and Contemporary”
: The Museum of Contemporary Art - L' amour du risqué / Love of Risk
: The Marton Museum - Best of the Jugendstil
: The largest European exhibition - Barbie & Lego
: 11th Festival of Equal Opportunities - Three-days of awareness in the city centre

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The INmusic Festival 2012
Zagreb’s best known and largest music festival – the INmusic Festival, will once again attract numerous fans of great music to Zagreb for a three day festival of phenomenal fun. The festival will take place between the 28th and 30th of June and will feature acts such as Franz Ferdinand, The Cranberries, Mando Diao, Gorillaz Sound System and many more.
Qatar Airways
Daily direct flights to Zagreb
As of May 9th Zagreb will have a daily connection with Qatar thanks to the new direct route Doha – Zagreb - Doha with a stop-over in Budapest operated by Qatar Airways. Tickets will be sold at promotional prices until the first scheduled flight.

Il Divo at the Arena
Numerous fans, especially among the female population, will be happy to hear that the mega-popular quartet, Il Divo, will hold a concert on September 17th at the Zagreb Arena as part of their fourth world tour.

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Český Krumlov awarded “tourism Oscar”
Prague, May 2012  The South Bohemian town of Český Krumlov has received The Golden Apple, a prestigious award which is the tourism equivalent of the film industry Oscars. The UNESCO-listed town has joined the highly-regarded list of the most significant tourism destinations in the world. The Golden Apple has been awarded annually for more than 40 years by the World Federation of Travel Journalists & Writers (FIJET). The only other Czech city that has achieved the accolade is Brno which received the award in 2004.
Český Krumlov has been recognised thanks to its remarkable number of important cultural and historic sights which attract great interest from both Czech and international visitors. The decision was influenced by the fact that Český Krumlov doesn´t just live on its past but has a rich and highly-valued contemporary cultural and social life. The events taking place in Český Krumlov are frequented by well-known personalities from both the Czech and the international cultural scene. For example the star of last year’s International Music Festival Český Krumlov was the leading opera singer Plácido Domingo. This year Český Krumlov will celebrate the 20th anniversary of its being named on the UNESCO list of World Cultural Heritage sites, which was also a factor in it winning this latest award.
Nicknamed “The Pearl of South Bohemia” Český Krumlov is visited by more than 1 million tourists every year, 60% of which are visitors from all over the world. Even though the Golden Apple Award does not come with a financial benefit, it is clear that the prestigious accolade will give a major boost to the

Prague boasts two new Michelin star restaurants

 Prague, May 2012 Come to Prague to enjoy some of its exquisite gastronomy. The most recent edition of the Michelin Main Cities Guide has awarded two restaurants in the Czech capital a Michelin star each. This is the first time ever that Czech chefs have secured this prestigious award. Prague has also increased the number of BiB Gourmand restaurants, a label signifying good quality food for reasonable prices.

The Michelin star has been awarded to the Alcron Restaurant lead by Chef Roman Paulus and restaurant La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise headed by Chef Oldrich Sahajdak. Both restaurants offer tasting menus. Alcron is famous for its fish and seafood specialities and restaurant La Degustation Bohême Bourgeoise introduces traditional Czech cuisine using recipes from the late 19th century.

Gourmets and lovers of fine dining will appreciate that the number of top quality restaurants in Prague is constantly growing. Two Prague restaurants Sansho and Monastery have recently acquired the label of BiB Gourmand. They will complement restaurants SaSaZu, Le Terroir, Aromi and Divinis which managed to retain the status awarded to them last year.

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