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Walking Food Tours Launched in Umag, Novigrad, Porec, Rovinj & Pula for a Unique Experience of Istria

 

Walking food tours in Istria

Croatia’s northwestern peninsula of Istria has long been recognized as one of the world’s top tourist destinations for its pristine beaches and history.

This area is now being recognized for its diverse food gourmet experience that is based on a long gastronomic heritage, with world-renowned olive oil and wine.

To help you discover and experience the local delicacies, Istria Gourmet Food Tours is now offering walking food tours for foodies, wine connoisseurs, and others interested in combining exploration of Istria with food and wine tastings.

Rovinj in Istria (photo credit: Boris Kačan / CNTB (Croatian National Tourist Board)

“When visiting Istria, food walking tours are a perfect way to capture the food renaissance of Istria,” says Toni Krasnic, author of Best of Istria travel guide and founder of Istria Gourmet Food Tours. “With diversity at the heart of Istria, these new walking food tours combine the history and culture of Istria with the traditional and sophisticated tastes of Istria.”

The walking food tours include Umag, Novigrad, Porec, Rovinj, and Pula. They are offered by Istria Gourmet Food Tours, and are led by professional guides who are passionate about Istria and know where to find the best food and wine.

Monte in Rovinj recently became the first Michelin Star restaurant in Croatia (photo credit: Dean Dubokovic)

The tours introduce visitors to many of Istria’s historical landmarks, combined with tastings of authentic cuisine and wine. Food tours are 3-hour long and include 3 local eateries.

Tours are tailored to let you sample Istria’s authentic food and wine while walking through towns exploring Istria’s rich history and culture.

The historic Pula Arena (photo: Pula Tourist Board)

For more information, visit www.istriagourmet.com.

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