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Top 10 Things to Do in the Balkans on a Backpacker’s Budget

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Top 10 Things to Do in the Balkans on a Backpacker’s Budget

Top 10 Things to Do in the Balkans on a Backpacker's Budget | Off Track Planet

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The Balkans are a cheap breath of fresh air from clichéd Europe for adventure-lust ridden backpackers. The further you wander from Vienna, Bratislava and Budapest, the lower the prices (and consequently, the higher the goat and sheep populations) Check out OTP’s List of Top 10 Things to Do in the Balkans on a Backpacker’s Budget and go rock the Balkan block.

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Niš (pronounced Neesh), the second largest city in Serbia, is best-known as the birthplace of Constantine. Filled to the brim with mineral baths, Niš is home to a century-old creepy tower built by Turks from the skulls of rebellious Serbs. It’s the rostilj, however, that makes Niš a true champ. Rostilj roughly translates to “barbecue,” and this meat is served up cheap and delicious—the most popular of which is Pljeskavica. Known locally by its bastardized name, “The Balkan Burger”, this yummy gem is really just a hamburger patty fried up with some onions but is nonetheless worth digesting at least once a day. Load it up with kajmak (kay-mak), a milk fat/cream cheese, and ajvar, winter salad of pureed red peppers, and you’ve got yourself an authentic Serbian meal. Get as much pork in your system as you can before heading west into the land of Muslim Albanians—the rostilj-cooked chicken wrapped in bacon is about as good as it gets.

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weiter gehts nach prizren kosovo, boka kotorska, skopje usw.

die amerikanische seite offtrackplanet.com zeigt in diesem beitrag wo und was am balkan ideal zum besichtigen, essen und tun wäre
 

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"This fruit brandy comes in as many different flavors as there are Balkan identities. Inversely, it also wildly varies in qualities. Your first glass may be so delicious that you can’t taste the super high alcohol content and next may taste like liquified fiberglass. Rakiye usually results in a gregarious sing-a-long with locals who consume the drink in American-size portions. We warned, be jolly."
 
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