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Spectacular Slovakia #9: Wine festival also gives you a taste of Slovak street food

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Do you like wine? This week, Don Stoll and Pat Alexy Stoll, authors of the Spectacular Slovakia travel guides, will take you for a trip to Pezinok, where one of the country’s biggest wine festivals takes place every autumn. Wine is not the only delicious thing to be found there, though - you can also indulge in some tasty Slovak street food. What does a proper Slovak goose feast look like and why should you be careful when buying “burčák”? Listen to the latest podcast episode to find out.

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