This tour provides an insight into the traditional dishes of Ljubljana which today are mostly prepared using modern cooking methods and have recently been given new life as part of the much-acclaimed Taste Ljubljana project. The tour takes in five different restaurants, with a different dish and drink to try at each stop. Ljubljana’s flourishing culinary scene is now more diverse than ever, and the tour tries to show this with a wide range of destinations on the itinerary, including a street food outlet, a traditional gostilna restaurant, a modern restaurant that follows the promotes socially responsible entrepreneurship, a catering outlet located at a popular lookout point and a shop selling traditional Slovene brandies. To learn about the locally sourced ingredients used in most of the dishes, the tour also visits the city’s Central Market as well as the vegetable gardens located in the Krakovo district of the city.
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Ljubljana Tourist Information Centre
Adamič-Lundrovo Nabrežje 2
A small but extremely well equipped resource with plenty of maps, lots of brochures in English, information about what’s on in the city and helpful advice on what to see and do in the region. They also organise tours, can help with accommodation, and sho
Slovenian Tourist Information Centre (STIC)
Krekov Trg 10
Ljubljana's central tourist office is a bit larger and usually less crowded than the main branch located a few hundred metres away opposite Prešeren Square, and they also helpfully stock heaps of maps, brochures and general information for the entire cou