Where to eat well in the Tri-City? On an adventure with Poland by Locals, of course! This attraction is for gourmets looking for the culinary side of the Tri-City.
Fine Polish wine, traditional Kashubian goat milk and sheep milk cheese, smoked kabanos sausages and genuine Polish ham on a great big plate. Sounds great, doesn’t it?
Polish wines are winning the hearts of sommeliers all over Europe. Small, family owned vineyards embedded in the green hills of southern Poland are attracting more and more fans and are becoming a hit in Europe. You don’t have to go to the Grape Harvest Festival in south-western Poland anymore: go visit the Tri-City where you can eat the best Polish specialities and drink the best Polish wine. Two hours of culinary thrills tasting bona fide delicacies. Get a taste of Polish tradition and how it is being discovered anew.
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