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6 Days Culture & Culinary Vacations in Serbia

  • Belgrade - Topola - Kruševac - Niš - Donji Milanovac - Golubac - Viminacium

Culinary Holidays in Serbia

Take the road less traveled. Experience the rich and flavorful culture and heritage of Serbia, Europe`s forgotten culinary giant. Betraying influences from the Balkans, Central Europe and perhaps most obviously Turkey and Greece, Serbian cuisine is a unique and little known blend. Taste Rakija, plum brandy, and try unique local wines in authentic eighteenth century wine cellars. Sample excellent meats, rich dairy products and learn the use of rare herbs in cooking with a real life druid. Serbia is a true hands-on food experience that youll never forget.


  • Cooking class
  • Traditional Serbian food
  • Taste rakija, local Serbian liquor
  • Forage mushrooms, vegetables, herbs
  • Visit wine cellar village of Rajacka Pimnice
  • Visit Unesco heritage sites and ancient cities
  • 5 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners
  • 5 nights accommodation
  • 2 days with instruction
  • English
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  • Review by David from United Kingdom
    10 out of 10

    "I was really blown away by the high quality of Serbias food (and drink) and the warmth and hospitality of it`s people. The tour was well-paced, our guide very knowledgeable about the history, local customs and of course the food of the areas we visited. And the visit with the druid was really something special. Thank you for an all round fantastic trip."

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  • Review by Anupy Singla Gupta from United States
    10 out of 10

    "I just took the food Tour of Kerala and Malabar Coast and it was purely unforgettable. The accommodation was superb as was the food and hospitality. I essentially came back feeling like a baby hippo - that should tell you that you need to take this tour as soon as possible!"

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  • Review by Jeanine from United Kingdom
    10 out of 10

    "It is not surprising that UNESCO has added Mexican cuisine to its list of cultural treasures worth preserving. The variety and quality of Oaxacan food is awe inspiring and ranges from street food to creative chefs in top class restaurants. All aspiring young chefs should visit the Sunday market in Tlacolula, a real feast for the eyes and the palette. We have learnt a huge amount on this tour about life in Mexico and the problems of Mexicos indigenous people."

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