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Taste of Dalmatia

There is a good reason why everyone comes to Dalmatia for the best food experience in Croatia. Known for its high quality seafood, roast meat and slow cooked stews, Dalmatia offers a unique culinary experience. Combining the influences of the Mediterranean and the Continental, Dalmatia is where the best of each tradition blends together. 

Veliki Pazar

The oldest food market in Split, Pazar is still the place where locals primarily go to get their fruit and vegetables.

The Diocletian's Palace

If you know where to look, inside the palace you can find little stores shops that offer unique products.


Peškarija, or the fish market, is one of the liveliest places in the city, full of local characters and the place where one can feel the true essence of the Mediterranean.

Where locals go

Get tips from locals, and find the places that most tourists in Split never do.

Licensed Guides

All our guides are local, state licensed guides with a passion for history and the city of Split.

1.5-2 hour long

We take our time as we explore the food markets and shops in search of Croatian delicacies. 

Dalmatian cuisine

Being a part of the Mediterranean, Dalmatian cuisine is among the healthiest and tastiest in the world.

Since 2007

Split Walking Tours has been offering city tours since 2007, and we have more than 2500 reviews on Tripadvisor from satisfied customers..

Tour Details


NOV 2022 – MARCH 2023: upon request

APR 2023– OCT 2023: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday: 9:00am


1.5 -2  Hour walking tour of Split’s markets and shops

Professional licensed tour guide

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Best Food Tour In Split

Local stories, traditional Dalmatian food and authentic Dalmatian spirit

Join us on our guided food, history, and culture tour in the 1700 years old Diocletian Palace in Split, Croatia. Enjoy local stories while strolling through almost 2 millennia-old streets of the Roman palace and tasting some of the best this Mediterranean pearl has to offer.

We’ll start with a famous Pazar (Greenmarket) where you will taste some local ‘’arancini’’, almonds in sugar to sweeten your morning. After it, with a glass of local wine, we will have some tasty Soparnik, a unique dish protected by the UNESCO world heritage organization. While we stroll down the streets of the ancient city, we will enjoy some traditionally made prosciutto and then continue to the chocolate shop that even has a Guinness record for the largest chocolate bar in the world. Sweet for sweet, up to the oldest bakery to try the famous rafiol cake. 

 Whenever you are in Split, you shouldn’t miss the Fish market of Split called Peškarija. It is the second oldest in Europe, with original benches more than 120 yrs old. There we will teach you how to eat salted anchovies, something that is traditional marenda – Dalmatian brunch.

And there it is – a food tour like it should be – tasty, yummy, and full of flavors. The unique gourmet adventure, where you will learn about local lifestyle, and Mediterranean cuisine, and taste traditional Dalmatian food.

This unique Split History and Gastro tour will make your stay in Split just perfect.

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