Book Split Culinary Tour
Want to have a real gourmet experience in Split? Split Culinary tour is just what you’re looking for! As we always say at the Diocletian’s Wine House restaurant, there’s more to food then, food. Have a complete culinary experience, from getting the ingredients, to exploring Split’s food markets, to enjoying an amazing meal at the restaurant.
Even going grocery shopping is an adventure when you’re in Split!
Book the Split Culinary Tour below
Starts at the Golden Gate, heading to the Peškarija- gourmet city Fish market; meeting with fresh Adriatic seafood, and buying some (with the advice from our professional tour guide). Afterwards, you walk across the famous Riva promenade, the heart of Split. …getting to the one and only Pazar/City Greenmarket, where locally known figures offer you goat cheese, traditional pršut, and other authentic products. Colorful, fun, educational and overall an unforgettable experience!
Buying some groceries there for your lunch and heading toward Diocletian’s Wine House to hand over your “lunch making package” to our Chef!
There, the chef will finally make you an amazing three courses lunch! Eat like an emperor at the heart of the Diocletian’s Palace with the Split Culinary tour and Diocletian’s wine house restaurant.
- Peskarija – gourmet City Fish market
- Pazar – City Green market
- Riva – seaside walking promenade
- Diocletian’s Wine House – gourmet lunch at the restaurant in the center of Diocletian Palace
INCLUDED: Professional tour guide ”who’s foodie as you are”, preparing three courses lunch by professional Chef
NOT INCLUDED: budget for buying groceries
PRICE: 150,00 kn/ 20,00 € per person
DEPARTURE POINT: Golden Gate/north entrance of the Palace
DURATION: 90 min
OPTION to COMBINE: Split walking tour (12.00h) + Split culinary tour – 310,00 kn / 42,00 €
Wait There’s More!
Staying in Split for a couple of days? Great! You can combine the Culinary tour with other tours in our offer like the Split Walking Tour! take the tour and explore the old part of the city and the world famous Diocletian’s Palace!