Our services include the totally customized food tours for individuals, couples or small groups. Steering clear off the usual tourist traps, we offer diverse itineraries ensuring the high-end gastronomic experiences.
All the destinations can be combined in any way, making up the tour itinerary of your choice. Feel free to contact us in case you have any questions.
Tour the Republic of best oysters and wines.
If you’re visiting Dubrovnik and happen to be a food lover, a food tour of Pelješac peninsula is something you don’t want to miss. Home to best European oysters and world-famous wines, Pelješac offers some royal gastronomic experiences that are hard to match. Altogether, Dubrovnik and its wider region – including the picturesque Konavle – provide many opportunities for fine dining. Menus range from outstanding seafood to peka, a Dalmatian signature dish. Rich history, amazing architecture and great nature make a perfect backdrop to gastronomic pleasures of this most southern Croatian region.
Tour the best Dalmatian gems with a culinary twist.
Split is a buzzing Adriatic hotspot has plenty to offer. A walk around Emperor Diocletian’s Palace and its cellars is a perfect match for indulging in typical local seafood dishes at one of city’s many fine restaurants and taverns. Split tour can easily accommodate trips to National Park Krka, the islands of Hvar or Brač, or a visit to the historic town of Trogir.
Tour the iconic natural beauties and enjoy eco-produces.
National Park Plitvice is the world famous natural attraction with an intricate system of waterfalls and lakes. The stunning nature of Plitvice is a beautiful surprise all year around. Plitvice is situated in a mountainous region of Lika, known for its unspoilt nature and absence of industry. Traditional local farms yield quality meat and dairy products, which – along wild game – make the staple food of this region.
Tour the magical land of truffles, all year round.
The inland of Istrian peninsula is dotted by medieval hilltop cities and dreamy valleys where people make living by truffle hunting. Seaside towns offer an entirely different feel, with a range of fine seafood restaurants. Istria sits at the crossroad of geography, influences, and cuisines. Its rich history is probably best exemplified in Arena, one of the six largest surviving Roman arenas in the world and probably the best preserved. Istrian landscape provides a worthy ambiance for regional signature dishes such as an endless variety of truffle recipes, prosciutto, and cheeses from indigenous cattle called bošakrin, to be enjoyed with Istrian world-class wines. A perfect region for an exciting restaurant and wineries tour, all year round.
Tour the sunny side of Alpine menus in a neighboring country of Slovenia.
Slovenia boasts its own rich culinary tradition to be enjoyed in its capital Ljubljana or many smaller towns. This country’s Alpine scenery is accentuated by beautiful lakes such as Bled or attractions such as Postojnska Cave. From fine cured meat and quality cheeses to Wiener schnitzel and traditional soups, from buckwheat polenta to traditional desserts such as Prekmurska gibanica or kremšnite, Slovenia proves to be a great blend of foreign influences and local tradition.
Tour the golden plain of Slavonia, its mighty rivers, and slow food pleasures.
“The breadbasket of Croatia”, this eastern Croatian region is famous for its hospitable people, rich slow food cuisine and outstandingly elegant wines, produced ever since antiquity. A perfect destination for a truly relaxed culinary tour. Over the centuries Slavonian cuisine absorbed the Austrian, Hungarian, Central European and Turkish cuisine, exemplified in a range of meat, fish and vegetable stews along with signature cured meats and lavish desserts. Wine chateaus of Slavonia make a tour on its own.
Tour the mountain region of Gorski Kotar, land of wild game, frogs and forest honey.
Gorski Kotar divides the Mediterranean and Continental Croatia. Its unpsoilt mountains, lush forests and shiny lakes such as Bajer Lake offer starkly different ambient over the seasons. The regional cuisine reflects a seamless link between nature and man, celebrating it in each and every local dish. Even liquors mirror this bond, as locally made brandies are made from dozens of different herbs and berries.
Tour the culinary hotspots of Zagreb and its hinterland of Zagorje.
Croatian capital Zagreb offers a comprehensive range of great wine and dine experiences, along with some amazing street food. Its gastronomic roots can be further explored by tasting traditional, hearty recipes and world-class wines in the lush hills of nearby Zagorje region.
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