Walking Tour, Wine Tasting and Taste Peka
Take our 3-in-1 combo tour: Discover the best of what Split has to offer on our 2-hour walking tour, refresh your palate with some of the best Dalmatian wines and then enjoy the culinary delight of Veal or octopus Peka.
First, you will take a walk through Split’s Diocletian’s Palace and the Old town with our professional tour guide who will share interesting historical, cultural and witty stories of this 1700 years old town and show you the best places such as the Diocletian’s palace, St. Duje Cathedral, Peristil, the statue of Gregory of Nin, The Golden Gate, Vestibule, Riva, City Clock, City Hall and so much more. Bring the past alive and unlock the secrets of Split with us!
After the walking tour, you will go on the Wine tasting tour at Diocletian’s Wine House restaurant where our friendly, professional sommelier will introduce you to some of the best Dalmatian wines and will share stories of grape picking and wine preparation accompanied with authentic Dalmatian snacks such as prosciutto, cheese, and olives. This 50-minute hedonistic tour is just an overture to the most delicious traditional meal Peka which will be waiting for you after the wine tasting. You can choose between Veal and Octopus Peka, but whichever you choose we guarantee gastronomical bliss!
66€ per person
25.3.-22.10. every day at 09:00h, 10:30h, 12:00h, 18:00 h
- Professional licensed tour guide
- A glass of white Croatian wine, authentic one together with some traditional food snack; marinated shrimps & young, fresh cheese
- A glass of red Croatian wine of magical taste, with Dalmatian prosciutto which makes a traditional snack together with middle-aged cheese
- Olive oil tasting – liquid gold of Mediterranean combined with homemade aromatized bread
- Licensed sommelier guidance (50 minutes at your service)
- The authentic atmosphere at Diocletian’s Wine House restaurant
- Traditional Peka with potatoes and vegetables (Veal or octopus)
- Table setting
BIGGER THE GROUP – BIGGER THE DISCOUNT!
Golden Gate – North entrance to the Diocletian Palace(near the Statue of Gregory of Nin). Look for a blue umbrella!