You will not be hungry or thirsty in the Balkans, in the north of Europe they may not even offer you coffee!

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The Budget Savvy Travelers Facebook page has published a map of European countries marked with four colors to show which of them are the most hospitable. The entire Balkans, Italy, Spain and part of Asia are marked with dark blue color and in these countries you will always find a rich table. In the north of Europe (Scandinavia) there are also the coldest hosts, everything is painted red there, and according to this map, this means that they will never offer you food if you are their guest.

A large sofa or just a welcome drink and a "sixter" farewell coffee for each guest. What is the hospitality of European countries and in which countries will you receive food from your hosts when you visit them? The Budget Savvy Travelers Facebook page, published a map of European countries marked with four colors showing which ones are the most hospitable.

The entire Balkans, Italy, Spain and part of Asia are marked with a dark blue color, which means that in these countries you will always find a rich table if you come to visit them.

Light blue refers to some of the eastern countries where it is almost common to be served, and as you move towards the north of Europe, including Britain, pink dominates, meaning you will not be offered food.

The coldest north of Europe (Scandinavia) also has the coldest hosts, everything there is painted red, and according to this map, this means that they will never offer you food if you are their guest.

- In the Balkans, it is normal when someone comes to at least have an "appetizer" (variety of cold dishes) and some cake with coffee... and that if the guest is not announced! Those we know are coming get a full meal. Also, in the Balkans, if you have someone working in the house, it is customary to make lunch for the workers as well (Yes, they are paid for work, but we still make the family lunch bigger, they join in), Tatjana wrote.

- This confirms my perception that people from the Mediterranean, from Turkey, through the Balkans, through Italy and Spain, we are all very similar. And completely different from Western and Northern Europe, wrote Borjan from Macedonia.

- I notice that richer nations are more sparing when they have to offer food to someone. For example, if you visit a working family in Third World countries in Africa or Asia, you will always be offered food there, is one of the comments below the map.

- Maybe not food, but always coffee, wrote a reader from Sweden.

- After they feed you, the Balkans will also pack extra food for you to take home, wrote another reader.

– This just shows the difficulty of producing food. Access to food is easier where the climate is more pleasant, assessed a reader from Hungary.

- In Greece, you will not only get food, but you will be forced to eat 5 portions and take the rest home with you, added Melina.

- In Belgium, beer is considered food, stated another reader.

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