Food Tour Ljubljana

Food Tour Ljubljana

Taste of Slovenia through local restaurants



TripAdvisor Food Tour Ljubljana


Slovenian cuisine

  • Discover traditional local food and authentic Slovenian restaurants
  • Taste local wines from many undiscovered regions
  • Learn about Slovenian traditions, rich cultural heritage and broad cuisine
  • Eat like a local in the company of a local
  • Enjoy beautiful sights of the city while walking
  • Meet and share experiences with other foodie travellers
  • Create a culinary story you will gladly share with others



Local food & restaurants

Get a taste of traditional Slovenian cuisine with this guided tour through Ljubljana restaurants.

Amusing, educational and above all tasty tour of Slovenian capital. Discover the best local food, delicious wines from various regions, learn about Slovenian traditions and explore the city’s rich cultural heritage.

A great way to put your taste buds on a rollercoaster ride, as well as getting acquainted with main city attractions and other foodie travellers from around the world.

Offer & Signup


Food Experience

The offer

  • 7 delicious tastings
  • 4 Slovenian wines
  • Experienced and fun-to-be-with guide
  • Countless stories behind the food

60€ / person

* discount for children up to 12 years

  • Food Tour starts every day at 1pm.
  • Approx. 3 hours
  • Sign up is required to reserve your spot.
  • The tour is conducted in English.
  • Contact us for private groups.

* A minimum number of participants is required to hold the tour.

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Address: Prešernov trg, Ljubljana

Facts & Testimonials


About Slovenia

  • Slovenian Carniolan sausage (“kranjska klobasa”), which was developed in early 19th century, has been taken into space on two NASA missions by an astronaut with Slovenian roots.
  • Slovenia is host to no less than 24 gastronomic areas and three big wine-growing areas.
  • Slovenia is the home of the oldest vine in the world, over 400 years.
  • Our national anthem is actually a toast, that’s how important role wine plays in Slovenian culture.
  • There are more than 90,000 beekeepers in Slovenia, that’s why you can find honey and hives practically in every Slovenian region.
  • We have sold 12 million of cream slices, known as “kremšnita” which is the traditional dessert in Slovenia, made in 1953 in Bled.

Tour you'll never forget!

Join us for an unforgettable top rated Food Experience in Ljubljana!