Ljubljana food tour
- What to see
- Ljubljana historical city center
Tasting of local delicacies
Guided food tour
- Price From 120 € per person (special discount not included)
- When Everyday
- Duration 5:30h
- Difficulty Easy
- Meeting point Exact location disclosed with the ticket purchase
- Weather Operating in all weather conditions
- Included Ljubljana food tour, transportation with English speaking driver.
- Min pax 2 persons
Slovenia is rich in culinary heritage. There is no dish that could explain the nation in one taste, assembled by five main regions; usually each region is represented by one main dish. This being said, we would like to take you on a culinary journey of our country through our Capital City – Ljubljana. With a guided tour, you will be introduced to the historical heritage as well as to the main dishes, which characterize our gastronomy.
One of the most representative dishes is the Kransky sausage. We want to introduce you to a specialty originating from our small Alpine country – a sausage whose fame and taste has surpassed the boundaries of our country and is known world-wide under different names: the Kransky sausage in Australia introduced by Slovenians living there; Krainer Wurst in German or Polish sausage in North America. Our tasty sausage is a favorite with all generations, young and old.
»Kranjska klobasa« originates from the region of Carniola, which used to be a province in the Austro-Hungarian Empire. It derives from the cultural & culinary heritage of pork sausages made in Slovenia from the 19th century. It is a small sausage generally served whole and contains 80% pork and 20% bacon, flavored with sea salt from the Sečovlje salt pans, garlic and black pepper. It is best served with a cold glass of beer or, even better, with a glass of Slovenian wine, white or red.
Enjoy a pleasant walk alongside the main sites in our Capital, while tasting some of the most reppresentative food dishes from slovenian regions.
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