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Oficina de turismo provincial:  Brodsko-posavska

Dirección

Dirección

  • Petra Krešimira IV br. 1
  • 35000 Slavonski Brod

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  • Guía de la Oficina Provincial de Turismo Petar Huljić

 
 

Oficina de turismo provincial:  Osječko-baranjska

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Dirección

  • Kapucinska 40
  • 31000 Osijek

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  • Guía de la Oficina Provincial de Turismo Antonio Sobol

 
 

Oficina de turismo provincial:  Požeško-slavonska

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Dirección

  • Županijska 7
  • 34000 Požega

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Contacto


  • Guía de la Oficina Provincial de Turismo Maja Jakobović

 
 

Oficina de turismo provincial:  Virovitičko-podravska

Dirección

Dirección

  • A. Šenoe 1
  • 33000 Virovitica

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Contacto


  • Guía de la Oficina Provincial de Turismo Martina Jakelić

 
 

Oficina de turismo provincial:  Vukovarsko-srijemska

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Dirección

  • Glagoljaška 27
  • 32100 Vinkovci

Contacto

Contacto


  • Guía de la Oficina Provincial de Turismo Rujana Bušić Srpak

 
 
La mesa de Eslavonia ante todo huele a jamón, kulen y kulenova seka (chorizo colorado) mientras que en la típica olla de Eslavonia se cocina el čobanac (guiso) de judías y fiš paprikaš (sopa de pescado con pimentón) con la infaltable copita de rakija de ciruelas. Un capítulo especial aquí lo tiene la numerosa cantidad de vinos de calidad como el Iločki Traminac, Kutjevački Rizling y Graševina. De dulces están los salenjaci, que tradicionalmente se preparan con grasa de cerdo, diversos tipos de savijača (strudel) de manzana o nueces y un postre con un nombre bastante peculiar: “Poderane gaće” (pantalones rasgados) cuya denominación discrepa grandemente con su rico sabor.
 

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