The main travel attractions in Serbia are its mountains and villages, but its cuisine is also one of the many things that travelers have become fond of.

As a landlocked nation in Southern Europe and with inevitable connection to neighboring countries of Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Macedonia, Yugoslavia and many more, it is not a surprise how Serbian cuisine has become a diverse combination of various gastronomical adventures.

 
With Yugoslavian food, Hungarian and Austrian cooking, Greek cuisines and Turkish fare pleasantly combined in the Serbian cuisine, you could never go wrong with the food that’s placed in your plate.
 
Along with traditional foods like ajvar, cevapcici, gibanica and sarma, take a look at other Serbian food and beverages in Sense Production’s video.
 

So start your gastronomic experience in Serbia today!

 

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