My way of spoiling taste buds
In Slovenia, the way to a person’s heart is through their stomach. Love tastes like dishes from no less than 24 gastronomic areas and three wine-growing areas. Local mineral waters have also always been served on Slovenian tables, and recently beers from local Slovenian microbreweries have also attracted interest.
Wines of Slovenian origin
There are three wine-growing regions in Slovenia, known for wines that receive renowned awards globally. These include excellent original wines, typical for individual areas. If you visit the wine-growing area of the Primorska Region, you must taste Teran, in the Posavje Region taste Cviček, and in the Podravje Region taste white wine varieties, such as the Rhein Riesling and Traminec. The wine-growing regions are divided into 14 wine-growing districts, each of which has a wine road, where you can learn about the Slovenian wine-growing tradition and local specialities. Slovenia is particularly proud of some indigenous wines and wines with protected geographical indication.Explore
Wine holidays in Slovenia
Every winemaker is proud of their wine and likes to share it with the visitors who stop at their cellar. The pride and joy that supreme Slovenian wines bring about is also reflected in a number of festivals and events taking place in wine regions practically throughout the year.More
Slovenia’s best wine stories and experiences
Wine is also at the very centre of many stories and experiences that either bring you closer to Slovenian wine-making and its wine tradition or reflect modern trends and innovation. Discover some of the most interesting stories and experiences related to wine, which you just cannot miss.More
Cycling among Vineyards
Cycling on the roads and paths among vineyards is a true treat. And not only because of the magnificent views, but also because of the enjoyable pit stops, where the locals will offer you the best treats from their wine cellars.More
Slovenia's mineral waters
Local mineral waters have been added to white wines for a long time, especially to those from the Podravje wine-growing region. The typical local drink is the “špricer,” which is half wine, half mineral water with natural carbon dioxide. Here, Radenska, the mineral water from north-eastern Slovenia, is synonymous with all sparkling water. Also try other Slovenian mineral waters and don't forget to enjoy the high-quality drinkable tap water!Explore
Land of beer and beer-related experiences
Slovenia’s diversity is also displayed in various flavours of beer. Two large breweries operate in Slovenia, and over one hundred microbreweries are scattered all over the country. To fully experience beer-related adventures, visit the Lower Savinja Valley where vast plantations of hops are found and the brewing industry has a rich and long tradition. In addition to beer tasting, a variety of experiences related to hops await you. Pour yourselves a mug of beer in Žalec from the first beer fountain in the world. Pamper yourselves in Laško with beer wellness treatments or try to escape from a unique brewery-themed escape room.Explore
Where can you find the delights of Slovenian cuisine?
Local dishes and wines can be found in typical restaurants in all of Slovenia's regions. The kitchens of high-end restaurants, hotels, and health resorts swear by local cuisine. The delights made from local ingredients will be offered to you on tourist farms, and in mountain cabins on hiking, mountain, and biking trails. Typical Slovenian dishes and the surprising diversity arising from mixing cuisines from different areas can be explored at original culinary events in Slovenia.
Culinary delights in the middle of nature and on the go
Visit the capital city and have some sausage, hike to mountain huts and biking stops and savour some delicious stews, and rest at a tourist farm, where you can enjoy home-made food.More
In Slovenia, there is something tasty for every palate. Learn about the diversity of Slovenian gastronomy at culinary festivals and events, which are held in all seasons of the year.More
Slovenia’s gastronomy uncovered
Gastronomic events in Slovenia are a treat for all the senses. You can select from among events that are either related to a local gastronomic tradition or are a hodgepodge of diverse tastes from Slovenia and elsewhere.
Artichoke Fest in Strunjan
23. - 24.05.2020More
Wine and Garlic Feast
11. - 12.07.2020More
Idrija Žlikrof Festival
The Radovljica chocolate festival
17. - 19.04.2020More
Taste Radol'ca, month of local cuisine
30.10. - 30.11.2020More
The Old Vine Festival
17. - 20.09.2020More
International Festival Chilli and Chocolate
20. - 21.03.2020More
Picnic in City Park
12. - 14.06.2020More
10. Blaufrankisch Wine Festival
Br'stovska špargljada asparagus festival, Koloosmica and asparagus walk
Brestovica pri Komnu
Kohišče cross-border Oenological & Gastronomic Walking Tour
Brestovica pri Komnu
Kozjansko Apple Festival
10. - 11.10.2020More
12th International Festival of Desserts - Sweet Istria
26. - 27.09.2020More
Taste what grows right in front of you
No matter where in green Slovenia you are, you can rest assured that food is growing right in front of you and that the providers of local cuisine can turn this into unforgettable culinary experiences. Many gastronomic regions develop their own collections of typical dishes offered under recognisable local brands. But even on a local level, Slovenians like to eat good food! Follow your taste buds.Explore
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