Dobri restorani (Good Restaurants) award ceremony took place at Zagreb’s Esplanade hotel last night, Jutarnji list reports. This is the sixth edition of the joint project by Jutarnji list and Vinart, and this year’s partners included Jamnica, Metro, Koral Badel 1862 and Lošinj Hotels & Villas.
A jury consisting of 500 experts, including chefs, eno and gastro journalists, bloggers, restaurant owners and winemakers, voted for the best restaurants in Croatia, Dalmatia, Istria and Kvarner, the City of Zagreb, Central Croatia, Slavonia and Podunavlje and a special award was given to a Wine Friend Restaurant. Top chefs also chose the best one among them.
Pelegrini from Šibenik is the absolute winner for the second year in a row, with their chef Rudolf Štefan winning the Best Chef award. The restaurant also won the Best Restaurant in Dalmatia award.
Top 10 Croatia:
1. Pelegrini, Šibenik
2. Dubravkin put, Zagreb
3. Monte, Rovinj
4. Noel, Zagreb
5. Plavi podrum, Volosko
6. Vinodol, Zagreb
7. Bevanda, Opatija
8. Carpaccio, Zagreb
9. Marina, Novigrad
10. Mala hiža, Mačkovec
Top 10 City of Zagreb:
1. Dubravkin put, Zagreb
2. Noel, Zagreb
3. Vinodol, Zagreb
4. Carpaccio, Zagreb
5. Bistro Apetit, Zagreb
6. Takenoko, Zagreb
7. ManO, Zagreb
8. Barbieri’s, Zagreb
9. Apetit City, Zagreb
10. Time, Zagreb
Top 10 Dalmatia:
1. Pelegrini, Šibenik
It’s official – the priceless monument in Šibenik now proudly flies the UNESCO flag!
Following the news of two landmarks in Dalmatia getting inscribed on UNESCO’s Protected World Heritage List, the UNESCO flag has been displayed on St. Nicholas Fortress in Šibenik earlier today, reports ŠibenikIN on December 21, 2017.
The application for the fortress to obtain the prestigious title was submitted as part of a larger, trans-national project titled “Venetian Works of Defence in the 16th and 17th Centuries: Stato da Terra – Western Stato da Mar”.
The UNESCO Charter for St. Nicholas Fortress was presented to Prefect of Šibenik-Knin County Goran Pauk by UNESCO Assistant Director-General for Culture Francesco Bandarin, who stated that the Stato da Mar project can serve as an example everyone should aspire to.
“I wish to congratulate everyone who participated in the long process of compiling the application proposal. I’m proud I get to share your joy today, and that I had the chance to see how dedicated you are to preserving your heritage. Šibenik is one of the rare cities to have two monuments protected by UNESCO, along with London, Berlin, Beijing and New Delhi. Welcome to the club”, Bandarin said.
Bandarin added the fortress is impressive for having a unique design and for being so well-preserved, calling it one of the most outstanding fortresses he has ever seen. He congratulated the City of Šibenik for having done an amazing job and appealed to them to launch a reconstruction project as soon as possible in order to make the fortress accessible to visitors.
Obonjan Island, just off the coast of Šibenik in Croatia, returns for an extended ten week season of inspiring, creative and restorative experiences.
With a programme of music, wellbeing, astronomy, comedy, cinema, food, talks and workshops. You simply book your stay, head their way, and settle into Obonjan’s unique take on island living.
From yoga at sunrise and stargazing after sundown, to cocktails by the pool and breathtaking live shows in the amphitheatre, Obonjan offers a perfect blend of experiences in one of Europe’s most blissful and picturesque settings.
Hostel Mare es amigo de las motos y bicicletas y tiene aparcamiento gratuito.
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