Bubbles & Game Tour – Famous sparkling wine at Istenic Penine & Jelenov greben/Deer reef and Kumrovec
In 1968 the family Istenič bought an abandoned farmhouse and vineyard and produced their ﬁrst sparkling wine using the traditional method. Since then Janez Istenič laid the foundations for one of Slovenia’s largest houses of sparkling wines using the traditional method, and today the permanent stock of aging wines totals 500,000 bottles. The numerous prizes and awards won over the years testify to the quality of Istenič sparkling wines.
“Danube kingdom of wine and antiques” and “the heart of bread, anthem plains and sky” – Wine and gastro tour to Ilok / eastern Croatia
Experience Croatian Zagorje, and visit the historical site – the castle Trakošćan. Trakošćan Castle was built in the 13th century and was originally a small medieval castle.
This is a thematic gastro tour for history lovers! Explore Croatian Zagorje with its historic sites, castles, manor houses, and churches. Explore the historic castle of Trakošćan, learn about the legends of Veliki Tabor, and experience the ethno village of Kumrovec.
Let us take you on a day tour where all of your sences will enjoy, tell us your place of stay in Zagreb and we will come and pick you up.
Peka is one of the best known traditional Croatian dishes. Gourmands regard food prepared under a peka as the ultimate in grilled dishes.
Although renowned for the spectacular city walls that are considered to be the second longest in the world, this region is predominantly known as the “oyster capital” of Croatia.
Peljesac Wine Tour takes you to the beautiful Pelješac peninsula. Located in the heart of South Dalmatia, this picturesque area is home to some of the most intriguing red wines in Europe.
Istrian town of Hum is known as the smallest town in the world. Motovun is a picturesque medieval town built on top of a cone-shaped hill with a flat plateau. Brtonigla has its distinguished winemakers and olive growers.
Even back in the times of the Dubrovnik Republic, great attention was dedicated to the autochthonous variety of Malvasia – which is very strange – because if you have visited northern peninsulla Istria – you’d understand.