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Stay in a beautiful family-run tourist farm in Goriška Brda, (Slovenian Tuscany), for a unique cooking and wine tasting holiday. Taste authentic Slovenian food and wine, feel the diverse nature and see the best in different regions with focus on the Mediterranean, (Goriška Brda, Karst, Vipava Valley, Coast), and the Julian Alps, (Kobarid).

When you are not cooking with the local women you will be touring the wonderful countryside, the orchards and vineyards, exploring regional delicacies, enjoying daily tours of local sites and medieval villages, visiting the region's best wineries, eating in a world class restaurant and enjoying breathtaking fairytale landscapes. It’s all about the experience, a combination that allows you to sample both the region’s most refined cuisine and its most rustic traditions.

Indulge your passion for food, wine and nature on this fantastic cooking and wine tasting holiday in Slovenia, an experience that you will treasure long after your trip is over.


The cooking classes taught by local women

Our cooking classes are very hands-on and taught by the local Goriška Brda women. They will guide you through the preparation of a variety of delicious Slovenian recipes, (from Goriška Brda and some other Slovenian regions), share local cooking philosophy, special ingredients and reveal some of their culinary secrets and family recipes.



If you come to Ljubljana a few days earlier, we will pick you up at your hotel at 10 am, otherwise we will pick you up at 11 am at the Ljubljana airport. After short transfer our first stop is The Škocjan Caves Regional Park (named a UNESCO World Heritage) where you will explore the largest underground river canyon in the world. Next we will travel to the heart of the Karst region where you will admire noble and elegant white horses at Lipica Stud Farm, the cradle of the Lipizzaners and one of the oldest stud farms in the world.

After the culinary delicacies of the Karst we will continue to Goriška Brda, Slovenia’s most beautiful winegrowing region. Check into your room and take your time to explore the tourist farm, walk around the vineyards, swim in the pool or just relax in the garden with a glass of wine.

In the evening, you will enjoy a welcome dinner with traditional and local dishes. This is a fun and easy way to get to know everyone.

After dinner, we will tour the family's wine cellar and taste different wines. The owners will learn you how they follow and nurture a centuries-old tradition of wine making methods in addition to offering diverse, excellent certified organic wines.

Meals included: Lunch, dinner


After breakfast we will drive you to the small culturally protected village of Goče, where you will learn about the history of the Vipava valley. The trail will lead us to a 650 year old farmhouse, hidden in the narrow streets, where we will eat lunch and later also taste wine in one of 75 preserved stone- arched wine cellars with the owner. You will never forget the experience; it is a real gourmet’s dream!

After lunch we will take a short drive to the neighbouring Karst wine growing region. We will take you on a short walking tour to the medieval village of Štanjel, pearl of the Karst stone villages, where you will feel the history and culture of this region.

Before traditional dinner of regional specialties in the 400 year old farmhouse in one of Karst’s most beautiful villages, Tomaj, you will taste home made prosciutto and local Teran wine-ruby red colour wine with shades of carmine purple, created from Refošk vine and is geographically protected.

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner


We will start the day with a visit to one of the 2017 Top 100 Wineries in the World selected by Wine and Spirits Magazine. It is one of the 12 wine creators of the world. We will enjoy wine tasting and a light lunch at the same time as a great view overlooking the Medana vineyards.

After everyone has put their aprons on we will begin our first cooking class at 5 pm. Each cooking lesson will last around 2 hours and will focus on cooking typical Slovenian and Goriška Brda dishes. After the cooking class we will sit out on the terrace and enjoy the meal that you have just prepared.

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner


We will start our tour at Dobrovo castle, a 2-storey Renaissance structure from the 17th century. We will pass through the poetic village of Medana, before we climb to the lookout tower at Gonjače, that will offer us magnificent views of the entire region and even the Adriatic coast. We will wrap up our tour by visiting Šmartno, one of the best preserved medieval villages in Slovenia. A traditional lunch will be served in the walled town of Šmartno where you will also sample traditional spirits and liquors from different fruits and herbs and learn the production method.

We'll take a little rest after lunch before starting yet another great cooking class, which will start at 5 pm. The menu will depend on the season but we aim to provide insight into the traditions of Goriška Brda cookery and will use the freshest ingredients. At the end of the cooking class, you will sit down to enjoy the fruits of your labour.

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner


A day trip to the stunning Soča River Valley, one of the most beautiful river valleys in the world. The day will be a blend of nature, history and delicious food. First we will have a scenic and pleasant walk to the lovely, hidden Kozjak waterfalls before visiting the historic town of Kobarid where Ernest Hemingway was inspired to pen his novel - A Farewell to Arms. You will have time to visit the Museum of the World War 1 or just relax in a pub tasting local craft beer.

After lunch in one of the local restaurants we will visit the Cheese Museum and learn about the cheese making tradition in the area.

On the evening it will be time for a gastronomic experience, dinner prepared by one of southeastern Europe’s most innovative chefs, Ana Roš, in the family run restaurant Hiša Franko (Star of Netflix’s Chef’s Table– Season 2) and World's Best Female Chef  for 2017 by The World's 50 Best Restaurants organisation. She developed an eclectic cooking style rooted in the surrounding Alpine landscape but also influenced by modern, international trends. You will enjoy a slow food dinner whit selection of Slovenian wines.

Meals included: Breakfast, dinner


We will spend a day on the Slovenian coast region and discover the scenic, historical and gourmet delights. You will explore charmimg and romantic Piran, one of the cutes towns in Slovenia, walk along the beautifull narrow streets and admire rich history which is mirrored in the Venetian architecture.

You will be charmed by the stunning views from the old Piran Town Wall from where you can admire the city from a different perspective and see the Coastline of the Adriatic Sea.

Enjoy sea food lunch in a restaurant along the sea with selection of great local wine before you will have free time for shopping or swimming or just have a coffee on a Tartini Square.

After coming back to Goriška Brda, dinner will be served on a tourist farm where you will raise a toast to a great day.

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner


You will start the morning off with a short walk through the beautiful vineyards and orchards where we will find the perfect place for your breakfast with views of the surrounding vineyards.

You will have free time to rest before dinner.

A farewell dinner will be served in the Brda countryside where each dish will be enhanced by a selection of our host’s wine. Kabaj Winery has been selected as one of the 2015 & 2016 TOP 100 wineries in the World by Wine and Spirits Magazine.

Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner


After breakfast our guests have time to check-out of their rooms. You will be taking delicious flavours, good memories, local products and a collection of fantastic Slovenian recipes home with you. We will transfer to the vibrant capital town of Ljubljana to catch afternon flights or train departures. Or, extend your stay to explore the old part of the city and colourful matketplace.

Meals included: Breakfast

Notes on Itinerary
Although we do our very best to adhere to the schedule listed above, this itinerary is subject to change for numerous reasons beyond our control.

Trip dates:


19 - 26 May, 2018 - Full

2 - 9 June, 2018  - Full, Private Group

28 July - 4 August 2018 

25 August - 1 September, 2018

15 - 22 September, 2018 - Full, Private Group

6 - 13 October, 2018


Price: 2.750 EUR per person based on double occupancy

Single supplement: 190 EUR

Group Size: 2-8

Accommodations: Family run tourist farm - 7 nights


Additional Information about the tour:


If you request single accommodations, you will be asked to pay full single supplement fee. There are limited number of single rooms available to request. If you wish to share accommodations, we will assign you a rommate if one is available.


Price includes:

Full time experienced English speaking guide/driver throughout the trip
7 nights / 8 days accommodation in a beautiful family run tourist farm with private facilities (prices are based on two people sharing a twin/double room)
All meals and tastings as noted in the daily itinerary
2 cooking classes of approximately 3 hours each
Traditional spirits and liquors tasting
All land transportation according to the itinerary
Entrance fees
Recipes and an apron
Day 8 - transfer to Ljubljana train station or downtown hotel
Turist tax


Not included:

Internationl airfare and airport taxes
Extra drinks and alcoholic beverages
Panoramic tour with electric bikes
Travel insurance (highly recomended)
Optional gratuities to your guides
Personal expenses



Why us?

Getting to know the country is not complete without knowing its food, ingredients, tastes, and its ways of life. We know Slovenia, its dishes, local ingredients, the people who produce them, where to get them, we know about good inns and restaurants, and most of all, we love cooking and nature and sharing it all with you. Join us for a fun cooking workshop with locals.

Who we are

We are young cooking enthusiasts in love with Slovenian cuisine, wines and nature. We believe in fresh and locally produced ingredients, waking up at 5 am to pick mushrooms, herbs or chestnuts in the forest, turning them into delicious soups, pies, jams, cakes, and drinks. We carry on the rich culinary traditions of our grandmothers with a twist of our own.

Our experience

Our love for cooking developed through family, travel, cooking classes, and professional experience. We have more than 15 years of experience in tourism, event management, organization, and marketing. Now we would like to combine the two things we enjoy most – cooking and working with people. We will show you the best there is about Slovenian cuisine.