Wining & Dining

Istrian delights, Croatia Top eateries serve up truffles, wild asparagus and fresh seafood, with rakija (brandy) to start.

Slow food, Macedonia Homespun cooking, from paprika-tinged sausages to foraged mushrooms, is putting Macedonia firmly on the menu.

Vojvodinian salaši (farmsteads), Serbia Combining traditional Serbian cuisine with the influences of neighbouring Hungary, Vojvodina's cuisine is in a league of its own.

Mountain cuisine, Montenegro Njeguši village in Lovćen National Park is famous for its pršut (smoke-dried ham) and Njeguški sir (cheese). Another traditional mountain dish is jagnjetina ispod sača (lamb roasted under hot coals).

Wine tasting, Bosnia & Hercegovina Hercegovina's homegrown wines are a revelation; the Trebinje region produces some of the best.

Wine tours, Slovenia Enjoy gourmet treats and tour the wine cellars of fertile Vipava Valley by car or bike.