Let´s go back in time to the years 1910-1920 and nostalgically relive one of the most tranquil time periods.
Stroll past the stalls on which are stacked the treasures of local vendors. In one booth you stumble upon wooden cars or copper kettles and at the next turn you can chat or bargain over your greatest deal. Meet on the street a musician with a broad smile who turns the handle of a music box. One eye can catch a glimpse of lively dancers who sweeten the atmosphere of everyday life. Yes! This is also a small taste of all the temptations that pull you into the world of urban markets.
Slavic Bazaar is a traditional Slavic celebration of good food and the fun in the manner of outdoor markets. Farmer’s Market is known the high quality of goods it offers. Meals are presented on wooden carts, in copper kettles, on clay plates, and wooden trays. From a bicycle and woven baskets we offer pretzels. From a clay pitcher, wine from a barrel is poured. Hotel staff dressed in period of those times are mingle with the guests. Four market stalls are prepared for our guests:
Obliging staff are ready in each stall to show guests the production and processing of the goods offered. The baker makes homemade bread and buns with his own hands. A dairyman churns butter in a butter churner. A butcher pushes a cart of homemade sausages, servings and serves food straight from the cart. A lady greengrocer presses sauerkraut in a stone barrel.
Guests can try all culinary activities, and with their own hands, thereby adding to the experience of a traditional City Market.