Join us on our guided food, history, and culture tour in the 1700 years old Diocletian Palace in Split, Croatia. Enjoy local stories while strolling through almost 2 millennia-old streets of the Roman palace and tasting some of the best this Mediterranean pearl has to offer.
We’ll start with a famous Pazar (Greenmarket) where you will taste some local ‘’arancini’’, almonds in sugar to sweeten your morning. After it, with a glass of local wine, we will have some tasty Soparnik, a unique dish protected by the UNESCO world heritage organization. While we stroll down the streets of the ancient city, we will enjoy some traditionally made prosciutto and then continue to the chocolate shop that even has a Guinness record for the largest chocolate bar in the world. Sweet for sweet, up to the oldest bakery to try the famous rafiol cake.
Whenever you are in Split, you shouldn’t miss the Fish market of Split called Peškarija. It is the second oldest in Europe, with original benches more than 120 yrs old. There we will teach you how to eat salted anchovies, something that is traditional marenda – Dalmatian brunch.
Fantastic wine experience in the authentic atmosphere of local wine and dining restaurant, famous for its local spirit, situated in the heart of Diocletian Palace. You will get to enjoy wine and food tasting guided by a professional. This is a chance to taste some authentic Dalmatian white and red wine varietals and explore the history of winemaking in Dalmatia.
Besides, wines, you will be served some local delicacies from this region, and you’ll get to experience local dining traditions. The wines are paired with fleur de sel, aged red wine vinegar, freshly baked bread from our oven, marinated anchovies, cow and mixed milk cheese, dry fig jam, and homemade tapenade.
April – October: 9:30am
November – March: 10:00am