Terzića avlija Ethno Park

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Terzića avlija Ethno Park
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takilaki
Thousand Islands, Indonesia50 contributions
Nice ethno restaurant but average food quality
Jun 2020
It is very nice, especially during the good weather, with a small stream running trough the middle, many flowers and separated niches with tables - it definitely has a special atmosphere. We did not have time for a guided museum tour, but there was also an interesting exhibition of old radios, an option to take a photo dressed up in different national clothes.
They offer nice local 100% juices, but the rest of the offer is of a middle or poor quality. We tasted veal soup (telecha tchorba) that came warm, sausages were not very fresh, cooked beans middle quality, and the only cake they had - an apple cake meant just dough with 1% apples (if you use a lot of imagination).
Prices are low, but correspond to the quality.
To conclude - environment is very nice, and if you go there just try great fruit juices and avoid all the rest. (traditional cooked coffee came with ratluk / turkish delight, but we did not like their quality :(
Written July 8, 2020
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Predrag350
Belgrade, Serbia93 contributions
Nice place for pause
Jul 2018 • Family
Etno restoraunt with averige food, but not bad food. Good place for launch on the road to Zlatibor. Nice garden in front of the restoraunt. Very fast service.
Written July 4, 2018
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drzelic
Belgrade, Serbia113 contributions
Coffee in the old ethno house
Aug 2017 • Friends
We stopped by and enjoy a coffee break with ratluk and cold water from the well. Tables and benches was covered with cloths. Like in a fairytale. Fire already warmed up the house and the atmosphere was like, back in the days when we were kids, at the village (after we spent all day outside, at snow and prepared for the sleep). I had that feeling. Could fall asleep that moment.
Written August 30, 2017
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Boris P
15 contributions
Ols Serbia in small palce
Apr 2016
Old Serbian village located in small yard, school, houses. You can see how it was more than 100 years before at Serbian village
Written February 15, 2017
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NikolaJov
Belgrade, Serbia24 contributions
Great for a road break!
Nov 2016 • Family
Great for a road break! Weather for a meal or a drink. True Setbian ethno experience. Museum, pub/restaurant, garden and lots more. Nearby you can also visit Zlakusa and its many family run pottery businesses, where you can buy all kinds of pots, dishes etc....
Written November 13, 2016
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Carbo1960
Belgrade, Serbia139 contributions
Don't bother!
Aug 2016 • Couples
Even if I appreciate the effort the owners have made, don't expect a skanzen like the one at Sirogojno; you'll rather find a rather crowded compound full of small houses with interiors of dubious authenticity filled with family memorabilia and whatever old objects and documents they could collect locally. Perhaps the most interesting is the old school interior (although not presented in the original building).

Limited paking space. Well signposted from the main Čačak - Užice road; be prepared to navigate narrow streets, so you might be in a problem if another car is coming your way.

Bottom line: don't bother, looks better from the outside than from the inside.
Written October 1, 2016
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sm0se
Scarborough District, UK151 contributions
Interesting but small
Jul 2016
Very interesting but small. Guided tours are given in English. Food and drinks are available as are souvenirs. Parking is limited.
Written August 21, 2016
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Ian T M
Burntwood, UK21 contributions
Historical village life through the ages.
May 2015 • Couples
This is a must see, on the road to Belgrade (Beograd) I think it's about 14 Kilometers from Uzice, and just past village of Sevojno right turn, off the main road. when you arrive, parking is free,when you enter Ethno Park, you will be amazed with dozens of cottages, that have the contents which are of yester year. For anyone that has been to Glasgow and visited the Peoples Palace, then this is the equivelant sructure, there is a delightfull cafe,just by the entrance where you can eat or just have a drink, prices are good. When in this area, you should definately take in an area that has a Trout farm, I cannot remember the name,except the trout is sent to all the local restaurants,and locals can tell you, you will be able to park in the large car park free, they have nice clean toilets. Walking past the trout farm on your left, a few meters furtheron, a fork in the road, on the right you will see infront of you a park with the stream on the left side, follow on and you will see an enormous cave, on the left there are steps for anyone wishing to reach the ledge near the roof of the cave and as the ledge looks to be only a meter wide, and about 30 meters from cave floor, only the fittest; will venture. There is a large notice board at the entrance to the cave, describing the area, in several languages.The village is picturesque, and excellent for photos.
Written May 29, 2015
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