Grujicic family from the village Trsic, Serbia aims to preserve the heritage and to promote the tradition

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Tourist household “Vuk”, owned by Grujicic family, is located in a small village Trsic, in Serbia, well known as the birthplace of Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic, the originator of the Cyrillic alphabet.

Grujicic family aims to preserve the heritage and to promote the tradition, therefore in their offer, ones can find exclusively domestic cuisine and food produced in Trsic and surrounding villages. Smoked pork ham or sarma cooked traditionally under the “sach”, jams, donuts or buns baked on the stove, prepared as old grannies used to do, are just a small part of what keeps guests coming back.

Investment in renovation and equipping of five rooms adds a new offer to this touristic household, creating a perfect place for a family vacation in the countryside. While kids are playing with the animator in the wooden playroom, parents spend their time in various attractions, enjoy the highest quality local cuisine in a natural environment.

Grant scheme investment is part of the project: “Diversification of economic activities in rural areas of Southeast Europe: Value chain development and capacity building” supported by SWG RRD in partnership with and GIZ.