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Don’t Miss the Good Food Festival in Dubrovnik

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A four-day programme, choice ingredients, award-winning wines, visiting cuisines, and famous Croatian and foreign chefs, together will create a rich programme for the second edition of the Good Food Festival held in Dubrovnik next month…

Preparation of dishes typical for our region, tastings of regional wines, culinary workshops, programs such as ˝dinner with a famous chef˝, workshops on preparing Dubrovnik delicacies, special menus in Dubrovnik restaurants, ˝Eat & Walk˝ culinary tours, the ˝Sweet Tooth Map˝ – a map for gourmands, presentations of the tourist attractions and gastronomy of the Spanish town of Gijon and the Slovenian region of Gorenjska, and other surprises will surely delight each and every visitor.

Dubrovnik Good Food Festival, a gastronomic treat for all lovers of good food, will be organized by the Dubrovnik Tourism Board in late October 2015. From 22 – 25 October, 30 gastronomic events, together under the name Good Food Festival will enrich Dubrovnik’s overall programme at the end of the first month of autumn and will most certainly delight Dubrovnik’s visitors, just like last year’s first edition of the Good Food Festival.

(dubrovniktouristboard)

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