Istra Inspirit ist ein Projekt der istrischen Fremdenverkehrsverbände, welches das kulturelle und touristische Angebot der
Istra Inspirit Istra Inspirit ist ein Projekt der istrischen Fremdenverkehrsverbände, welches das
kulturelle und touristische Angebot der Halbinsel bereichert.
Historische Ereignisse werden an ihren authentischen
Orten wiederbelebt, durch beispielhafte istrische Legenden und Mythen. Innerhalb nur weniger Tage wird dem Besucher eine
Zeitreise geboten, von Kastellen, römischen Villen, Altstädten und Museen bis hin zur Teilnahme an einem römischen
Mahl, mittelalterlicher Hinrichtung, Barockball und einem Aufenthalt in den schwarzen Tiefen eines Reisen Sie durch die
Zeit Neun Erlebnisse, ein Meer voller Gefühle, unzählige Aromen, ein Istrien Bergwerkes.
mystischer Geschichte Istriens, dargestellt von erstklassigen Schauspielern und ausgezeichneter Szenographie, weden durch
besonders zubereitete Abendessen verschiedener historischer Epochen, Unterhaltung, Tanz und verschiedene Überraschungen
abgerundet…Dies ist die Gelegenheit für nicht alltägliche zauberhafte Erlebnisse, wie es sie nur in Istrien
geben kann. Wirken auch Sie mit, die Geister der istrischen Geschichte wiederzubeleben.
Mythical creatures of Istria
The food of the giant Veli Jože, the sorceress’s magic potions
and the games of the ancient circus
Enjoy an interactive program for children and adults, including sketches, workshops
and playrooms with Istrian mythological creatures and legends. While watching a play of the ancient circus that once provided
entertainment at fairs with unusual musicians, jugglers, clowns and fakirs, you can try the magic potions of sorceresses and
sorcerers and the food of the giant Veli Jože...
The feast Constantine the Great honoured his son with and what made the stepmother wicked
The year is 326, and Crispo has just returned from war and his father, Constantine the Great, declares him his heir. Fausta,
Crispo’s stepmother, tries to seduce him but does not succeed and decides to seek her revenge. This play takes you into
the world of Roman plots and intrigues, love, hate
and revenge, followed by a feast of dishes made according to ancient
The food of fishermen and farmers and discussions at the tavern
Not so long ago, fishermen
would catch fish from their batana (a type of boat), while farmers made wine, after which they would all meet in the Spacio
(tavern) and sing about their lives, the sea, the countryside, tales of unhappy loves and happy endings. They would comment
everyday events and sometimes, filled with wine and fish, they would quarrel...
Mare the witch
Why the herbalist Mary was burned at the stake and how the executioners celebrated
In 1632 Mare Radolovich was a local herbalist and healer who was accused of witchcraft by her neighbours, the same people
that she had healed and helped. They accused her of making a pact with the devil, declared her a witch and condemned her to
death by burning at the stake in the castle’s
courtyard. Did she survive? Discover the truth at this renaissance
feast in a magnificent Venetian fortress...
Domenico Furlan’s thievery and how justice was served
In the year 1699, the infamous robber Domenico Furlan destroyed
the tabernacle of the Basilica in Poreč and stole its gold and silver ornaments. At his trial, he was found guilty of this
unprecedented act and was executed. Join the people’s celebration of justice served that turns into a baroque celebration...
The lighthouse of love
The secret love of Count Metternich and why they didn’t live happily
The year 1818 marked the construction of the lighthouse that will later serve as love nest for Count Metternich
and his lover, a young woman from Savudrija. Experience the delight of this forbidden love with the sound of a crackling fire
and the fragrances and flavours of love potions. Enjoy the
dishes sprinkled with aphrodisiacs and follow the story of
Jules Verne: Escape from the castle
How Count Sandorf escaped from the castle and what Jules Verne
knew about it
In Jules Verne’s novel, in 1867 Mathias Sandorf was preparing a conspiracy for the secession of Hungary
from the Austro-Hungarian monarchy. But, he was discovered, and after a trial, was thrown in the Castle of Pazin to await
execution. Sandorf and two other conspirators managed to escape from the castle by descending the cliff of the Cave of Pazin
into its abyss. Enjoy this adrenaline adventure followed by a party, drinks and music from original
historical time period...
How they baked bread and what music they danced to in old Buzet
In an extraordinary
surrounding you will experience sounds, flavours and fragrances, talk and music, sights and spirit of the 20th century and
the past times. You will make your bread in the old-fashioned way, learn old dances accompanied by the sound of accordion,
double bass and violin, play the game ‘pljočke’, or simply take a walk and discover the streets and squares, old
workshops, tasting rooms, wine shops, souvenir shops...
The Miner’s Republic
Is there a sky under the ground? The lives and food of coal miners
Take a walk through the year 1921, 150 meters below ground, under 20 million tons of stone, where there were no sunlight,
sky and perception of time, there was only the darkness... and REVOLUTION!
This difficult and touching story about the
human strength and pride will reveal the life of miners in one day, from their job to their meals...