This is the BACOOOON tour!
We will take you to wonderful homesteads (small manufactures making all this incredibly tasty food for its own needs) where you can feel the true, local atmosphere, and enjoy the most delicious dishes and exquisite wine from Vojvodina. Vojvodina comprises northern region of Serbia and covers the area which used to be the Pannonian sea. Such geological history and climate blessed Vojvodina with fertile land sprouting literally everything you plant. This fecund land is where the famous saying describing the unbelievable fruitfulness stems from: You drop a button, and it will shoot up!
Vojvodina Food Tour
The region boasts a myriad of organic farms where various kinds of doubtlessly healthy fruit and vegetables, and divine herbs are grown. This tour will let you indulge in these heavenly flavours and aromas, and make you understand the well-known metaphor in Vojvodina: “A woman is not a woman if she’s not like a watermelon!”
However, what Vojvodina is probably most famous for is its meat products, especially BACON and HAM! In addition to these two, there are also: čvarci (pork crisps), kobasica (a traditional sausage), kulen (a minced pork spicy sausage), krvavica (a bloody boiled sausage), švargla (a haggis-like sausage), džigernjača (a liver sausage) and many more. Each family makes these products following the age-old, carefully treasured recipes. Vojvodina Food Tour will lead you to some of the best family barns, allowing you to taste EVERYTHING.
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This is nothing like tours foreigners are used to. On the contrary, it's rather personal and guest-tailored. The guides are hilarious and easy to make friends with, the host families are incredibly hospitable, and food is indescribable! We had loads of fun, but at the same time got to know their culture and tradition, and we were delighted to find out how much of our (German) tradition they share. We truly felt we belonged there, as if we were their long-term family friends...
No dislikes, just a warning: go easy on rakia! :)