1. Croatia
  2. Dalmatia
  3. Split
  4. Diocletian's Palace

Private Culinary Tour in Split

Product ID: 158229
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This Split private culinary tour is ideal for all foodies who enjoy a more private and individual approach rather than group tours. Enjoy gourmet fare in the historic setting of the 1,700-year-old Diocletian's Palace.
About this activity
Duration 2 hours
Skip the line
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live guide
English
Easy cancellation
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

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Experience

Highlights
  • Discover a world of tastes and visual impressions with a professional private guide
  • Customize the tour itinerary to your own preferences
  • Visit several culinary hotspots in Split
  • Enjoy your private lunch in a 1700-year old Diocletian's Palace prepared by a professional Chef
Full description
This is the perfect private tour for all you foodies out there! Start at the Golden Gate and continue to Peškarija- the gourmet city Fish market where you will see an abundance of fresh Adriatic seafood, which you will buy, taking advise from your professional private guide.

Then take a walk across the famous Riva promenade, the heart of the city of Split. Your next stop is the one and only Pazar/City Green Market, where locally known figures offer you goats cheese, traditional pršut and other authentic products - a colorful, comic and unforgettable experience.

After buying some groceries for your lunch here, you will head toward Diocletian’s Wine House restaurant to hand over your “lunch making package” to the Chef, who will make you a delicious lunch as if you were a true Emperor.
Includes
  • Gourmet dishes prepared by a professional chef in Diocletian's Wine House restaurant
  • Local professional private tour guide
  • Live entertainment
  • Visit to the Fish Market and Green Market
What’s Not Included
  • Purchases at the Fish and Green Markets (your own expense)

When you get there

Meeting point

Golden/North Gate (near the statue of Gregory of Nin), Split city center.

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