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.
Culinary Offer & More
7 delicious tastings
4 Slovenian wines
Experienced and fun-to-be-with guide
Countless stories behind the food
65€ / person
Food Tour starts daily at 1pm.
Approx. 3 hours
Sign-up is required to reserve your spot.
The tour is conducted in English.
We hold the right to alter the route of our Food Tour and restaurants included
Tour requires a minimum of 2 persons to operate
Join us on this food journey, where we will dive into the rich history of traditional Slovenian dishes. We will try specialties from Istra, like prosciutto and cheese at the central market designed by famous architect Plečnik.
From the central market, we’ll swing over to one of the oldest restaurants in this part of the town. Its roots go all the way back to 1836 and its prominent visitors were some of the most famous Slovene writers like Fran Levstik. Here we will indulge ourselves with the famous Carniolan Sausage and the most representative wine of the Dolenjska region, Cviček – a wine without comparison and you’ll learn why!
Our journey will also include a stop at a small olive shop, where you’ll get the chance to try pumpkin oil and some other spiced-up oils.
We’ll hop over to the heart of Prekmurje, right in the center of Ljubljana, where you’ll try some of the most traditional dishes, typical for that region – we don’t want to give more away, as this will be quite a try-out for your taste buds. 😉
Our last stop will be a special place amongst the restaurants in Ljubljana. It is part of an organization that helps adults with disabilities to gain work & social skills. And as this is a Food Tour, food also brings a lot of joy here, we’ll try another must in the wide variety of traditional Slovenian dishes that goes by the name Idrijski žlikrofi. It might be hard to pronounce, but it’s a delight to taste. 🙂
And so, our food journey will come to an end, with a full tummy and impressions that will last for quite a while! ⭐