A festival in the middle of the beautiful archipelago of Karlskrona. During the dates 1st - 6th of August, Karlskrona Archipelago Festival takes place. A festival where the world heritage's unique history meets the modern city life! There will be lot's of music, food, guided tours out of the ordinary - memorable days in Karlskrona!
Some of the activities during the week of the event:
- Concerts on Stortorget.
- Children activities on Stumholmen.
- Guided tours and boat tours.
A big market called “Lövmarknaden” with 500 traders. Enjoy the market which is a great tradition in Karlskrona - a kind of festival with stalls, food and music!
The day before Midsummer there is a special day in Karlskrona, a great market on the town square.
Open between 8am - 21pm.
Lövmarknaden has existed in one form or another, according to ancient sources, for over 200 years! A well kept tradition in karlskrona.
Enjoy a festival with market, food and music. The Main Square and the surrounding streets are filled with stalls and people.
In 2016 the competition was organized for the first time and all the spots were booked in about 20 minutes, some of them with international teams.
In 2017 they do it again and the winners are the team who catch the biggest pike.
Latitud 57 is a two days musicfestival in the middle of Oskarshamn´s harbour. Famous swedish artists use to play on the festival, and this year´s big news is Per Gessle, a swedish popular artist.
“Attractive and Inclusive Cities – Promotion of Equality of Men and Women in Local Life” Conference, organized by the UBC Working Group on Gender Equality and the City of Gdańsk, will take place on Tuesday, the 11th of April 2017 in the European Solidarity Centre in Gdańsk.
It’s a chance for all of us – the academics, the local activists, the politicians and others in the field of equal rights as a part of the long term strategy of the city – to discuss how the Charter promotes gender equality in the city - the organizers say.
Rostock’s Christmas market is the largest in the North. Rostock’s historic city centre shines in a blaze of lights. The largest Christmas market in the north of Germany invites visitors for a stroll from Neuer Markt to Kröpeliner Tor and down to the city harbour. Whether it’s a culinary experience with hot mulled wine, Christmas biscuits and Rostock smoked sausages, or whether it’s devotional amusements or a funny Christmas program for kids. Waiting for visitors are presents for under the tree, but also roundabouts, a huge Ferris wheel plus live music.
The Warnemünde River Festival is the event highlight in the late summer. Visitors to Warnemünde can experience the bustling market life at the Alter Strom, the evening boat parade and fireworks.
Hanse Sail Rostock is the name of this fantastic rendezvous of majestic ships. For four days in August, Warnemünde and the city harbour of Rostock will host impressive windjammers, traditional ships and museum ships.
Programme highlights are the regattas of the traditional ships, firework displays, music and colourful markets.