This year, three cities share the title: Veszprém in Hungary, Elefsina in Greece, and Timișoara in Romania, each with a year-long series of events.
Timișoara has chosen the motto “Shine your light—Light up your city!”, which has a special meaning for the locals, as Timișoara was the first city
Veszprém and the Bakony-Balaton region launches the European Capital of Culture program year with a spectacular celebration and accompanying cultural events. Music, dance, art, and regional gastronomic delights await everyone!
The week-long opening event starts on the 17th of January, culminating in the opening day on the 21st and the
Novi Sad was awarded the European Capital of Culture for 2022 in 2016. A lot has happened in the last six years, and especially in 2022 in the very first Serbian city to ever hold this title: more than 1,500 cultural events and 4,000 local, national and international
In 2022, Novi Sad will be one of the holders of the European Capital of Culture title, and although the end of the year is quickly approaching, there are still plenty of activities going on, so it is well worth a visit to Serbia’s second-largest city. This time, we
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