The strudel capital of Croatia set to host another big festival dedicated to all things strudel.
Jaškovo near Ozalj, the small central Croatian town which entered the Guinness Book of Records for the world’s longest strudel – 1,479.38 metres – will host the 3rd Strudel Festival in September.
The 3rd edition of ŠtrudlaFest will be held on 16 September 2018.
Over 60 strudel bakers will make various types of strudels which will also be for sale on the day.
There will also be a contest to find the best strudel and workshops for young and old to learn all about the famous pastry, including how the record 1.4-metre strudel was made. Guests include chefs Branko Ognjenović and Tomislav Špiček.
Special attractions at the 3rd ŠtrudlaFest will be straw sculptures from Nikola Faller, horse carriage and pony rides, and performances from local culture group.
The programme will be held on the day from 10 am – 9 pm at two locations in Jaškovo. For more information about the festival and how to enter the strudel-making competition visit www.strudlafest.com.