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This tour is definitely different for many reasons:
- it is run by locals and locals only. We are not only licensed tour guides but have also lived in Ljubljana for decades and know the city like our own pocket.
- most of the guides have high formal education, and are glad to explain more also about economy, art, politics, contemporary social issues and how people of Slovenia live today.
- the tour is a private tour. Which means we dedicate our time and knowledge to you and to you only. It also means you do not have to share the attention and squeeze with 30 other tourists, which often happens at "free" or other non-private tours.
- we are aware of negative impacts of tourism on local environment. We will always present you locally made products and not products of multinational companies and will introduce you to sustainable tourism practices in Ljubljana.
- the tour can be customized.
- we will not bore you with numbers and years of every laid brick. The tour is also fun :).
Taste your way through Slovenia’s savory capital on this small-group food tour through Ljubljana. Taste nine national specialties as you explore the city on foot with your expert guide. No traditional meal would be complete without trying some Slovenian wine, so you try plenty of that as well. Between bites, learn about Ljubljana’s fascinating architectural and cultural history. Groups are no more than 15 people, to ensure a personalized experience.
Get educated about wine making process and taste a variety of different wine sorts in one of the most underrated wine countries in the world. You will get the chance to try different wines, relax in the nature, explore the vineyards and wine cellars and discover winemakers stories.
Checking out Slovenian wines by yourself while in Ljubljana is one thing; testing your knowledge and tasting skills with other wine-lovers quite another. This wine-tasting provides the latter: taking you to a 300-year-old wine bar to learn about seven top Slovenian wines in an relaxed and interactive experience. Savor the wines, uncover their history and characteristics, and enjoy tasting challenges and appetizers in an engaging and enriching atmosphere.
With influences from Italy to the Balkans and beyond, Ljubljana’s food is fascinating. Discover it at your own pace on this self-guided itinerary, which includes dishes at five different spots and two glasses of wine. Sample delights from local cheese, cured meat, and smoked seafood through to dumplings, waffles, or gelato, and discover off-the-path gems such as an underground art gallery and a café that charges by time.
Discover Slovenian craft beer at a guided beer tasting in Ljubljana that takes a foamy dive into what makes the country’s brews distinctive. You’ll sip your way through a series of seven beers from Slovenia paired with light snacks; interactive games and challenges make it a great way to meet fellow beer lovers, whether you’re a solo traveler or arriving with a group.
Experience the delightful culture of Ljubljana during a traditional supper and folk dance event. The capital of Slovenia is the country's epicenter of culture and it shows. Sit back and enjoy an expressive folk dance show original to the region. Indulge in customary foods, savor local wine and play traditional games. After filling up on Slovenian folklore, you will receive a memorable gift as you depart.
True, you heard it right. Ljubljana is a beautiful old town with centuries-old historic buildings, narrow streets, beautiful Baroque churches and monuments, numerous street cafes and restaurants.
But Ljubljana is more than that. There are also buildings and areas in the center of town that once served military or manufacturing purposes and were abandoned due to contemporary political, social and economic circumstances. Since then these areas have been populated by squatters, artists and bohemians, who have turned them into zones of creativity, liberal thought, solidarity with marginalized social groups and into zones of independent arts.
Join us on this tour, where we visit alternative parts of town, and we also walk through the old town past the sights that testify to the rich history of the city from the ancient Romans through the Middle Ages to the present.
Let your taste buds do the touring during this small-group food and walking tour of Ljubljana. A friendly local guide greets you and ushers you through a city farmer’s market, gourmet shops, and maybe even local diners as you taste your way through the Slovenian capital. Customize your walk to focus attention on the foods that most interest you, and make them vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, etc if you so choose. Taste a variety of soups, tapas, charcuterie, street food, wine, beer, and coffee as you explore some of the city’s best culinary offerings. A small-group tour offers a more personalized experience.
Experience Ljubljana’s nightlife with a pub crawl through Slovenia’s capital city. This tour is perfect for solo travelers or groups interested in meeting other travelers. You’ll spend time getting to know the other members of your tour at the first pub and then make your way through the city ending the night in one of the hottest dance clubs in Ljubljana. Your party guide will sponsor challenges and games along the way to ensure everyone has a fantastic time.
Amusing, educational and above all tasty tour of Bled. Discover the best local food, delicious wines from various regions, learn about Slovenian traditions and explore the town’s rich cultural heritage.
A great way to put your taste buds on a rollercoaster ride, as well as getting acquainted with main attractions and other foodie travellers from around the world.
The Štajerska region of Slovenia is one of the finest wine growing regions in the world, plus it is home to the world’s oldest producing vine, a Blauer Koelner variety that is over 400-years-old. With this tour, you’ll discover the diversity of Slovenian wine by visiting three wineries and enjoying tastings at each. You’ll visit the Old Vine House in Maribor, enjoy a traditional Prlekija meal paired with wine in Jeruzalem, and tour Slovenia’s oldest wine cellar in medieval Ptuj.
Take advantage of Ljubljana’s close proximity to Croatia’s capital—Zagreb by going on an action-packed day tour. Cut the stress out of figuring out public transport routes by having round-trip transport in a comfortable minivan included. You’ll go up the Zagreb funicular to Upper Town, visit St. Mark's Square, Kamenita Vrata, Kaptol, Dolac farmers market, Ban Jelacic Square, and Lower Town. You won’t have to worry about the trip being overcrowded as you’ll travel in a small group. Conveniently, you’ll also have the free time to explore the city independently.
Enjoy a truffle experience in Solvenian Istria on this tour from Bled. You'll have the chance to taste and learn how to cook with truffles, one of the world's most sought-after delicacies. Pickup is also available from Ljubljana, Koper, or Portoroz.
Explore the Slovenian coast by e-bike on a full-day food tour that combines local cuisine with gorgeous beaches, historic sites, and scenery. A series of tastings at three locations — featuring prosciutto, gnocchi, white fish, local wine, and a sweet treat — are a delicious introduction to Slovenian flavors, and riding a bike with an electric assist means you can pedal as much or as little as you want.
Taste your way through Ljubljana on a 3-hour culinary walking tour that explores local landmarks and Slovenian cuisine. Bring an appetite for lunch to visit five restaurants for tastings and drinks, then walk through the bustling Central Market and the Krakovo kitchen gardens as your guide shares stories about life, food, and culture in Slovenia.
Discover the best of the Slovenian coast during this private full-day sightseeing and wine tour from Ljubljana, Bled or Koper. Your friendly local guide will pick you up from your hotel in the morning and take you on a scenic drive to the Slovenian coast, where you’ll visit the port town of Koper. Tour one of the town’s biggest and most well-known wine producers and sip on five different local wines. Next, in the town of Piran, you’ll have time to explore the sights on your own (including the cathedral and Tartini square) before eating lunch by the sea. Enjoy another wine tasting before heading back to your hotel at the end of the day. This private tour offers a personalized experience and can be customized to suit your preferences.
Explore the narrow medieval streets and gorgeous Venetian architecture of one of Slovenia’s oldest and most beautiful cities on a guided walking tour of Piran. You’ll traipse up the hill above town to capture incredible panoramic photos of the city and then be rewarded with a local food and wine tasting. You’ll hear stories from your guide about the characters that call this part of the world home and leave with plenty of recommendations on how to best spend your remaining time along the Slovenian coast.
Join a truffle hunter and her trained dog to search for black and white truffles in an Istria forest on a small-group tour that also includes truffle tastings, a cooking demonstration, and a glass of Istrian wine. It’s a glimpse of a world that’s often secretive—most truffle hunters search alone—and the chance to try what might be the freshest truffles of your life.
This is an exclusive, one of a kind wine tour just for you and your family/friend. There must be a minimum of two people for the tour. We cannot afford to take a single person on the tour because of the costs associated with driving you to Maribor and back, paying the wine makers for the wines etc. Sitting in vineyards, visiting cellars, sipping wine and enjoying nature is what you can expect from this tour. I will not lecture you about the wine, I will let you experience it. Touch it, smell it, drink it, learn about it and most importantly ENJOY it. We will pick you up at your hotel, airbnb, or a camping ground. We will then drive to Maribor about hour and a half visit the the wine region of Maribor. This is one of a kind experience where, you get to see true wine cellars. We promise you will have a true wine experience and truly be a part of the experience of wine. We will drink about 6 or more wines. Afterwards we will drive you back to where we picked you up.
Enjoy a fun and interactive wine tasting experience at a traditional wine cellar in Bled. Sample seven Slovenian wines paired with tasty appetizers, discover varietals from Slovenia’s different wine regions, and take part in entertaining games and challenges to test your newfound wine knowledge.
Experience delectable flavors from Slovenia’s rich culinary heritage during this guided small-group sightseeing and walking tour in Ljubljana. Explore the vibrant farmers market and discover refreshing tastes. Your palette is sure to remember the exciting cheeses, cured meats, wine, cakes, and fruity schnapps! Enjoy a delicious lunch among locals at a nearby restaurant and learn the history of Slovenia’s capital city and see sights like the beautiful buildings hovering along Ljubljanica River. This tour is limited to 12 people to ensure a personalized experience.
The wine tour to Vipava valley is for all wine lovers who would like to discover the diversity of Slovenian wine cellars. It features visit of two excellent wineries and a visit to the pictures stone village of Goče with a meal of fresh, local ingredients and tasting of great wines over lunch. This tour is special for the wine tasting of a palette of wines that are highly appreciated on the demanding global wine market. You will taste a minimum of 15 wines - also natural, orange wines, cold cuts of local products, you will have a personal contact with winemakers, enjoy beautiful views over the wine slopes of Vipava, a home of bora wind, premium wines, and hospitality.