May 16-23, 2013, 8 days, 7 nights Taste of Slovenia: A Real Food Experience, is a single round food like no other-a hands-on introduction to the best of Slovenia's traditional culinary heritage, as well as the latest culinary achievements in the areas of Slow Food and wine.
TOUR WILL INCLUDE:
Participants will visit Istrian vineyards near the seaside, alpine dairy farms, mountain pastures, cheese artisans, farmers markets, olive groves, biodynamic and alpine apiaries, sea salt pans, a sea bass farm in Piran Bay, delicatessens, restaurants, castles while learnig about traditional methods of producing and Participating in tastings of traditional products.
The tour price includes all ground transportation, tour guide Throughout, lodging in 3 * and 4 * boutique hotels, all breakfasts, most is other meals, highlighted by a lunch at Slow Food GostilnaPriLojzetu, with the Most Famous Slow Food Slovenian leader TomažKavčič, at Castle in the Zemono Vipava Valley. The first night of the tour features a reception and dinner at the Ljubljana Castle in the very traditional restaurant, GostilnanaGradu (at the castle) Ljubljana Castle, All which affords a magnificent view over the Entire city, Easily can be reached with the new funicular railway at Krek Station.
The tower includestastings food, demonstrations, musical events, theLjubljana market tour with JanezBogataj, PhD, a boat tour of Fonda Fish Farm on the Piran Bay, and entrance fees to all events, castles, alpine farms, apiaries, and much more. Slovenians merchants, inn keepers, and food artisans speak English well.
Join Sylvia P. Onusic, PhD, and her Slovenian partners, SasaBozicof Panorama Tours, and Dr. JanezBogataj, Have you team up to offer the culinary experience of a lifetime: a food odyssey of rich sensual culinary experiences in beautiful natural settings Where you can, see, touch, smell and taste first-hand the products of culinary traditions That Have Been Passed down for generations. Personally meet with artisans and experience a myriad of real foods - raw milk cheeses, prosciutto, sausages, olive oil, fruits, wines, honey, champagne and much more.
And you can expect some surprises-you never know what your host seasonal specialty Will share with you on the day of your visit!
Educating for sustainable tourism: Proceedings of the international conference held in Slovenia, September 17-24, 1992
Book (Dept. of Forestry, Biotechnical Faculty, University of Ljubljana)
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