Serbia on a bigger plate
Savour your day in Belgrade slowly and make the most of it. Unravel the gourmet scene of a range of seven local restaurants, bars, a green market and taverns, and prolong your hedonistic journey all the way to Zemun, a bohemian town on the river Danube. Take part in the adventure of discovering the intricacy of local history, in a place where cultures mix and the east and west cuisine blend.
from 80 €
Serbian culture is palatable! Especially if told in a slower pace, which allows more time to digest mouth-watering combination of flavors. A visit to 6 authentic places, wrapped up by a stroll through a green market and a bohemian quarter, reveals delicious cultural moments interlaced with local cuisine.
from 56 €
Serbia on a toothpick
Visit 4 diverse places, from traditional to modern, and sence the uniqueness of Serbian lifestyle and the vibrant city center. Savor carefully selected tastes that will guide you through the past and even the future of Belgrade.
from 40 €
Born and raised on the bohemian pavements of Belgrade. Passionately involved into traditional cuisine across Serbia and Balkan. Traveled a lot with aim to explore other gastronomies throughout region and can easily evoke local custom as it is, without hesitation. Work in tourism sector for many years.
(You can call her Elisabeth until you learn how to pronounce her name on Serbian)
She tells stories like performing her favorite piece on cello or piano – with a lot of love and passion. She’s born in a beautiful valley in the heart of Bosnia, as a fourth child of father priest and mother with an angelic voice. Growing up in a big family, she definitely learned how to share food with others. Although she spent more years in Sarajevo, for her, home is where she is, and now that is Belgrade.
Ice cream critic
Left the peaceful surroundings in the countryside of the Southern Serbia of a young age to live in the vibrant city of Belgrade. When she isn’t working as a transactional attorney, Andja spends much of her time exploring the capital’s endless food scene while enjoying it’s world famous night life. The one and only law she has for the tour is to leave your diet at home.
Philologist and musician
with a serious sweet tooth
Born and raised in Southeastern Serbia, in a little town famous for its spicy food and traditional Serbian customs, Milica moved to Belgrade at 18 years old and fell in love with it instantly. Professor of Italian and trained opera singer, she combines her passions with her heritage – Bosnian laid-back mentality and Southern Serbian fiery one.
Enthusiastic about meeting lovely people and introducing local history, customs and food Milica will be happy to sing traditional Serbian songs to you and teach you the national kolo dance!
Serbian literature teacher
Had the rare luck to be born and raised in the city dearest to her heart. Her drive to explore took her on many travels and what she loves the most about them is that they always end back in Belgrade.
Reading through endless streams of awesome Serbian books, she became mostly interested in the oral tradition. Epic poems or wise advice, jokes or myths, she enjoys the moment when literature becomes alive. No matter the time of the day or night she is always eager to tell stories as well as to listen to other people sharing theirs. There are no great stories without great company and great atmosphere and she believes Belgrade offers it all.
Social activist and
an aspiring Renaissance woman
Miljana is a someone who will do her best to meet your expectations and diverse interests with passion. There is hardly a topic she will find uncomfortable. She has been a tourist in Belgrade many times before moving there with her familyat the age of ten. Since falling in love with the city, she can’t imagine herself living elsewhere. In the last few years, she’s been in a process of discovering a new passion – tourism.
Most days wakes up and thinks about what she is going to eat that day.
After studying and living abroad for a few years she came back to Belgrade and fell in love with her hometown all over again. When she’s not cooking or looking at her own food creations through the lens Maja spends her time searching for hidden jams of Belgrade cuisine. You can also spot her with her camera, shooting scenes of daily routines in the city center. During the tour she will provide you with insights of someone who is still thrilled about Belgrade, its people, food and customs. Don’t shy away from asking her to take a photo of you, she’ll excitedly take tons!
executive & co-founder
Tells you exactly what you want and need to know, like she has been reading your fortune form a Serbian coffee cup (Oh wait she can really do it!). Since she has perfected preparing different kinds of tours for more than 5 years, the food & culture tours represent a treat to her, like a cherry on the top of a cake!
Ana comes from a long family line from Serbian capitals (both the medieval Serbian capital of Kruševac and younger capital of Belgrade) and is a mix of German national minority (Donau Schwaben) and the redheaded Slavs from Prokletije mountains.
manager & co-founder
Philologist and a first class
This long time slava organizer spices up every detail and makes it more appetizing to digest. And all that in Dutch, German, English and Spanish. Don’ t forget Serbian of course.
She comes from a big family (51 family members only from her father’s side!). Their roots go all the way to the Dalmatian coast, therefore her capital city mentality is mixed with Dalmatian tradition.
Plants the seed of every story with care and nourishes it with humor.
He traces descent from both sides of the Danube. Mother from central Serbia and father from Vojvodina, met each other in Libya and instantly fell in love. 1/8 German, 1/8 Hungarian and 6/8 Serbian. Carries the surname of a renowned Serbian expressionist painter.
When you see him with a camera you can be sure something amazing is going to be created. Passion for photography and enjoying outdoors was inherited from his father and love of exploring and traveling from his mother. Eager to capture the right moment that will last forever on his photos and always provoke emotion. Constantly trying to find new angle, not just in photography but in everyday life.
and countryside lover
Agronomist in love with people, nature, food and cycling.
Maja is a mixture of fast Southern and slow Northern Serbs, born in Yugoslavia and raised in a communist part of Belgrade – New Belgrade.
Likes to keep everything in order, but also likes the mess while making ajvar and her favorite apricot jam.
web design & SEO
Web designer, blogger
and dream chaser
Maja helps small businesses build a strong web presence through design and consulting services.
Also, she runs an online website geared toward helping creative entrepreneurs build their dream business.
My friends and I had the pleasure of attending the Food & Culture tour of Belgrade with our delightful and informative hosts; Jovana and Marko The tour was extensive and covered the history and culture of the Serbian people and the wonderful food and drink it has to offer. We were thoroughly impressed with the professionalism, warmth and knowledge of our hosts. This trip has made this first visit to Belgrade very memorable, and I believe we have made a couple of friends too! This trip is extremely god value for money and worth every penny. For any connoisseur of food, culture and having a good time.
What a great way to spend our Sunday afternoon learning about Serbian food and culture. Enjoyed the pace of the tour and the different food locations we visited and didn't feel rushed.
Djordje was awesome! An outstanding guide for a wonderful city! The food and drink were excellent and plentiful. Djordje was full of great information and insights to Serbian life...it was like having a good friend show us around! Fortune telling, learning Cyrillic, local market shopping...definitely a must-do for anyone visiting Belgrade!
I love travelling, eating and drinking and I always want to have the most authentic, traditional, local produce in the best places the locals love to be in. For my Belgrade trip I chose this Food & Culture tour and I was not to be disappointed! My guide for the 6 hours of indulgence was Đorđe, who was very friendly, polite and conversation flowed easily. The places we went to were fantastic. The food amazing and I was well and truly satisfied with what I got from the tour. Definitely money well spent. No matter what food tour option you choose, definitely go with an empty stomach and hungry appetite. Thank you for delivering a truly great experience!
Very nice tour! Even having a good knowledge of Slavic culture I learned quite a lot. Our guide was very professional and good at his job. There was no question he couldn't answer. The food was great, Serbian cuisine is for sure one of the best in the world!Very nice tour! Even having a good knowledge of Slavic culture I learned quite a lot. Our guide was very professional and good at his job. There was no question he couldn't answer. The food was great, Serbian cuisine is for sure one of the best in the world!