What do “Štramberské uši” taste like? You will find out in the foothills of the Beskids. The small town of Štramberk was founded in December 1359 by the brother of Charles IV, the Moravian Margrave John Henry of Luxemburg. The town and its wide surrounding areas are dominated by the ruins of Strallenberg Castle with its cylindrical tower known as “Trúba”. And it is precisely the shape of this tower which is reminiscent of the aromatic gingerbread known as “Štramberské uši”. This has been baked here for centuries in memory of the legendary victory over the Mongol army which invaded Moravia in 1241. Stroll through the unique urban collection of folk architecture featuring Wallachian log cabins dating back to 18th and 19th centuries or the beautiful surrounding countryside. Lovers of beer and others alike can also try out a therapeutic beer bath from the local yeast beer Trubač.