Dubrovnik Gastronomy: 3-Hour Food and Wine Tour
- Small group
- Duration: 3 hours
per group up to 3
The tour was extremely well organised and helped us get our bearings on day 1 of our holiday. Ana also gave us a really interesting insight into the history of Dubrovnik which was a nice addition between meals. We were a nice small group at only 5 of us, which made it easy to chat altogether. It was very smooth as we arrived to every restaurant and nice to have the choice between red or white wine at each location. They seemed like really well chosen restaurants – my only grumble is that the food was quite similar at the first 3 (selections of fish, meat and cheese) and would’ve liked something hot! However, it did give us a lovely taste of what great food Dubrovnik has to offer. Ana was great to answer any questions and give her recommendations on places to go for food & drinks as well as other top tips for the city. She also kindly sent through a list of everywhere we visited and where else is good in the city. A great welcome to Dubrovnik and a fantastic tour, thanks Ana!
Such a great way to explore a new place.. Using all of your senses! I've always been a big believer in food (and wine!) Being all part of the travelling experience. When combined with learning about culture and history.. What could be better? Our guide Ana was incredibly friendly, knowledgeable and helpful and even followed up our tour with a handy summary of what we had to eat and drink, along with some other recommendations for the rest of our trip. Absolutely superb and thoroughly enjoyable!
We got Anna as our tour guide. She is very informative and insightful about the history of the town. It was not only the food and wine tour but was an enjoyable city walk in itself. She showed us nice spots for nice views and restaurant as well. The food is REALLY big portion, so come hungry. We made 4 stops and each you get to taste both food and wine and everything was really good. This tour deserves to be known and all the praises! We LOVED everything about it.
The food spots were excellent. A glass of wine is provided at three of the four stops and alcohol is offered at the last with cake. The amount of food is relatively light but it’s good for trying different things at each restaurant. Maria explains a lot of extra things about Croatia that we didn’t expect to get on a food tour. It was very interesting to hear what Croatians eat and how they prepare their meals. I would definitely recommend!
This is a private tour. It was just 4 of us in a car that takes a maximum of 7 passengers. Our tour guide was very friendly and offered to take pics of us at the stop points. Although he probably leads this tour regularly, he still sounded enthusiastic about telling us about Dubrovnik. He was patient, had a positive energy, and was an all-round friendly guy.