14 - 17 May 2020
  Pula      Croatia

Adults Childrens's Dances Choirs / Songs Orchestras Habits Authentic Processed Styled

Director:  Mr. Dragan Petkovich

Application Form

  until 29 March 2020

Participating ensembles are from Croatia, Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Ukraine, Greece, Turkey, Serbia, Italy, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Armenia, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Slovenia, Macedonia, etc.


1st Day: PULA

Upon arrival, the groups will be taken to their chosen accommodation...  Informative meeting to be attended by the representatives of all groups. Optional: Getting to know the town, a tour of this beautiful coastal town, swimming and relaxation... The tour continues to Pula, the largest city in Istria County, located in the southwestern part of the Istrian peninsula in a well-protected bay. The city has a long tradition of wine making, fishing, shipbuilding and tourism, while at the same time being a transit port. Pula has been the administrative center of Istria since the Roman times and even today you can find proof of this age in the Triumphal Arch of the Sergi, better known as the Golden Gate, the Temple of Augustus, mosaics, and before all else, the symbol of the city, the Colosseum (the Pula Arena).The possibility of visiting one of the night clubs. Dinner. Overnight accommodation.

Breakfast. Optional excursion to Slovenia and Italy, and the two beautiful cities of Trieste and Piran: Trieste. Trieste is a harmonious blend of Roman heritage, medieval and new century architecture. A city that has been elevated to a very high level as a result of it having been a very important Habsburg port: Miramare Castle’s fairytale-like facade, the Canale Grande, the Serbian Orthodox Saint Spyridon Church, Corso Italia, the Roman Theater, Piazza della Liberta. Leisure time and lunch, pastry shops, a walk along the seashore or shopping. Departure for Slovenia and a visit to the city of Piran, the most beautiful along the Slovenian coastline: the entire old town is a labyrinth of streets, with a layout unchanged since the Middle Ages, while the main town square, only steps from the sea, honors the famous composer Tartini who lived in this city. After a short tour, leisure time until departure for Croatia and Pula.  

Dinner. Possible visit to Discotheque.  Overnight accommodation.


Breakfast. Preparations by the folklore ensembles for the I International Folklore Festival in Pula. Opening of I International Folklore Festival in Pula 2020 and performance of cultural-art societies!!! Dinner. After the performances, there is the possibility for all societies to go for a joint night out at one of the Discotheques in Pula for friendly night. Overnight accommodation.

Breakfast. Optional excursion of the most important cites in Istria: Rovinj. Arrival at the seaside town of Rovinj. Upon arrival, a tour of the old town, located at the foot of the Church of St. Euphemia. Leisure time. Leaving for the place of departure with a promise of meeting up next year!!!

Participation fee:

  • 95 Euro per person

Participation fee includes:

  • Accommodation at Resort Duga Uvala*** http://www.duga-uvala.hr/ based on 3 half board (dinner and brekfast) in 1/3 and 1/4  rooms – supplement for 1/2 room is 5 e per person per night
  • Organizational costs
  • Diplomas
  • Invitation letter
  • Free place on every 25th member

Participation fee does not include:

  • Tourist tax
  • Facultative tours (excursion to Trieste and Piran - 15 €, the Pearls of  Istria – Pula and Rovinj - 10 €)
  • Insuriance, Transport expences, parkings, vignete...

Note: All ensembles must provide their own music, leading orchestar or music CDs. Each ensemble is obligated to set performance in duartion of 10 – 15 minutes.


Any group willing to participate must submit an Application form.
Approved groups pay in advance a 10% guarantee fee, which is to be deducted at the final payment.