Mediterranean gastronomy is based on light, simple meals prepared from fresh and healthy viands. Opposite to Asian nigh markets where food is prepared out on busy streets, the ritual of cooking in Dalmatia is strongly connected to an intimate circle of home, family and friends. Our foodie expert guide will take you through a maze of streets in Emperor Diocletian’s palace, Jewish Ghetto and old Split downtown. Avoiding expensive restaurants or tourist traps, try finger food delicacies prepared and sold by local women on open grocery market, nibble on seafood snacks prepared near the fish market, and enjoy traditional homemade prosciutto ham & cheese in a bar surrounded with locals discussing on daily football and politics. This is the closest it gets to feeling as a local without actually moving to Split.
Duration: 2-3 hours
Street food Split includes: sightseeing of the old town with an expert foodie guide, finger food, Dalmatian prosciutto ham & cheese and simple seafood dishes tasting, homemade wine tasting, mingling with locals