This walk begins at Sibenik open air market area (see the map) and to finish in one of Dalmatian traditional tavern in Sibenik old part.
Start times at 9 am. You also can request the time which suit to you. Please be sure to contact us prior to a tour using the contact form!
Usually this tour lasts 4 hours during which you’ll see everything there is to see. It can be prolonged though, depending on the amount of questions and amount of drinks! 🙂
Tour cost 55 Euro per person (410 Kuna) and its included: All food & drink tastings (equivalent to a BIG lunch – we visit about 8 locations and taste on average 10 different specialties) and exclude extra drinks.
Think of me as your local friends with whom you eat, drink and explore. It’s a real hotchpotch, but you will stumble across, uncover and experience: Café culture, appetizer which was served on the coronation of Queen Elisabeth II, Balkan hamburger, local grape which you can see in the UN building in NY, white wine which locals used to pay their debt to the Venetians, Mediterranean Garden in old town, open air market, a cappella groups, medieval air-conditioning, sweet fritters, donkey races, anti-aristocratic revolt, cooking “bell”, medieval food market (don’t worry, its modern food now), animal rights in the Middle Ages, medieval cloth measurer, Mediterranean herbs, a mix of white wine and soda water or red wine and still water, olive oil currency, to understand why locals washing olives with the sea water, baked filled pastries which you can find in the cuisines of the former Ottoman Empire, summer homes of Sibenik noblemen, basketball Mozart, Brangelina divorce, shell fish farms, and numerous other things along the way. I will probably also mention the plague of Sibenik 1649 quite a bit too.
“Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.” – Andre Gide
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