25 Must-Try Foods to Hunt Down on Your Next Eastern European Adventureby Zoya Bhatt Digital Marketing Manager
Every foodie’s dream is to sample the most delectable cuisines around the world, what more in one of the planet’s most exotic destinations – Eastern Europe Tours? Plus point: Travel in this region is also much more affordable compared to that in Western and Central Europe!
Still not sure why an Eastern Europe Tour Package should be on your bucket list? Join us on a food-hunt and let these 25 must-try foods change your mind!
1. Štrukli (Cheese pastry) – Croatia
The Štrukli is an extremely popular dish in the Zagreb region of Croatia, and I’m sure you can understand why. One look and you can tell that it’s chock full of soft and melty goodness. Oh, what I wouldn’t do to sink my teeth into this cheesy, creamy pastry!
2. Peka (Baked Meat and Vegetables) – Croatia
Peka is found in the Dalmatia region, which if you don’t know, is home to everybody’s favorite Croatian cities: Split and Dubrovnik! But before you run around the streets of the Old City and living your Game of Thrones fantasies, spare some time savoring this delicious little dish. If you think your home-cooked food was good, wait ‘til the baked mixture of spices, meat, vegetables and olive oil strikes your senses. You won’t know what hit you!
3. Apfelstrudel (Apple strudel) – Austria
Ah, the old, classic apple strudel. I’m sure we’ve all tried the different variations of it scattered around town, but let me tell you this: nothing – and I repeat, nothing – can beat how the Austrians do it. Paper-thin crusts, crumbly breadcrumbs, tart apples, all eaten together with thick cream at the side… oh I’m sorry, did I make you drool? Here’s a tissue!
4. Palačinky (Pancakes) – Czech Republic
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