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Coffee and Chocolate Fest to Open in Zagreb

 

CCFCroatia’s capital Zagreb will be the place to be next week for lovers of coffee and chocolate when the Zagreb Coffee & Chocofest kicks off…

The 4-day festival, which will run from 6-9 February at the Meštrović Pavillion, is expected to attract more than 300,000 people as over 50 chocolate and coffee related products from Croatia and abroad exhibited.

“Traditionally, coffee and chocolate go together, and marrying these two aromatic and always desirable products – we wanted to enrich the beautiful city event, giving its visitors & vendors a new dimension of succesful cohesion. This time we have spread around, trying to reach the new tastes, new moments, new gastro experiences, new scents, new flavours, new program and finally to draw new smiling faces, not only with a brush dipped in coffee, but with a real happening in the real city movement,” said the organisers.

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