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Split: Historical & Gastro Treasures Tour with Green Market

1. Split: Historical & Gastro Treasures Tour with Green Market

Upon finding your guide at the intersection of Riva Promenade and Hrvojeva Street, you will begin a 3-hour guided tour that includes generous tastings of traditional Croatian delicacies and wines. Your food and history adventure will begin in the Green Market where you will have traditional inland brunch made of prosciutto, pancetta, cheese, and "peka" bread. From here you will enter ancient Diocletian's palace where you will experience a ''konoba'' tavern-style restaurant and have seafood, handmade macaroni pasta (brought to Croatia by the Croatian Marco Polo), olive oil pies, and south Croatian red and white wines. In the medieval part of Old town you will have the opportunity to visit the oldest pastry shop in Split (their hundred-year-old recipes are top secret). Here, you will have traditional sweets and gelato, of course. Rest assured, you will enjoy this history and gourmet tour with of the best of Split and its delights.

Split: Diocletian's Palace Private Food and Wine Tour

2. Split: Diocletian's Palace Private Food and Wine Tour

Feast on the authentic flavors of the Dalmation Coast as you taste local dishes within the luxurious surroundings of the Palace of Diocletian. Marvel at the grandiose architecture of the imperial palace, en route to a local restaurant famed for its handmade macaroni. Taste delicious local wines from Southern Croatia as you tuck into a Dalmatian plate of carefully selected prosciutto and cheese. Savor the taste of Soparnik Pie, a healthy delicacy so good it has been UNESCO recognized! Enjoy handmade pasta with truffles, as well as other local treats, to your heart's content.

Dalmatian Foodies Tour with Zinfandel Wine and Peka Meal

3. Dalmatian Foodies Tour with Zinfandel Wine and Peka Meal

Explore Dalmatian cultural heritage with all your senses with a trip to the ethno-village of Stella Croatica. Try handmade Dalmatian delicacies and visit the olive grove. Take in views of Split from the Fortress of Klis. Begin the tour at 9 AM with a short historical walk through Diocletian's palace. Wander the fish market and the green vegetable market. Taste Soparnik, a Swiss chard-filled pastry, and typical Dalmatian deserts. Next, drive to Stella Croatica. See a live presentation of all the products they make, from herbs and fruits to the many varieties of the vegetables of Dalmatia. Learn how olive oil and wine play a crucial role in the cuisine of Dalmatia, all explained by local experts. Treat yourself to traditional Dalmatian snacks such as prosciutto and cheese. Visit the Olive Museum, and stroll around the botanical gardens. Witness the production of Croatian foods sold from Stella Croatica. Stop at the souvenir shop to taste and buy artisan products made at Stella Croatica. Continue to the mountain village of Klis. Speckled with vineyards, the medieval Klis Fortress is an amazing spot to capture panoramic views of the Split area, Adriatic Sea, and nearby islands. Formerly a seat for Croatian kings, the site is now popular for being featured in Game of Thrones. Give your feet a break by stopping for lunch at OPG Plazibat. Savor a traditional meal including soup, veal or lamb peka, cheese, ustipak, and pancakes. Complement the meal with local homemade wine. Enjoy this gastronomic experience in the cellar of a rural family house. The family owns livestock and grows all the produce for the menu. Indulge in the rich flavors of a homemade meal filled with love and care of the people who run the place. Pescatarian and vegetarian options are available and all common food allergies are catered for.

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based on 3 reviews

We really enjoy our gastron walking tour. Our guide Olga was really friendly and very informative. We experienced delicious meats and cheese in the Green Market while hearing about the history of Split. The tour of the palace was really interesting and Olga was very happy to answer any questions we had. Our lunch was in a beautiful restaurant and was served with local wine. Overall we had a wonderful morning and would highly recommend it anyone visiting Split.

It was a great experience. Olga was delightful company and very knowledgeable about the history and the culinary specialities. We started with a walk around the market, stopping for tastes of the delicious local produce, then a further snack. Then a delicious gourmet lunch with wine. Further topped off with a delicious ice cream. I am still eating the leftovers. I thoroughly enjoyed it and definitely recommend!

Doris was out guide and we were the only ones on the tour, she was very informative and we had lots of nibbles in the market. She gave us a good overview of the different foods and some history. The restaurant for lunch had amazing wine and she gave us some good information about that too.

Great tour full of great food and drinks as well as history storytelling. You will start on the market to taste some local products. Later you will be taken to the best places to eat some Croatian specialties. Fantastic way to get to know Split, the food and its culture.

Luci is an excellent tour guide. She is passionate about her home and provided lots of really interesting local information. As I was the only one on the tour, we were able to talk more about life in Split. The food was also excellent. Thank you very much