Zagreb walking and wine tour includes:
- Meet up at your accommodation or an arranged point
- Private English speaking licensed tour guide
- walking tour of Zagreb
- Easy cancellation
- Duration 3 – 4 hours
- Wine tastings at 2 wineries (price depends on the number and quality of wines)
- Lunch in local restaurant
- Coffee break
Zagreb wine and walking Tour
Zagreb walking and wine tour starts with a meeting at your accommodation or at an arranged meeting point in the city center.
Weather you are a wine connoisseur or if this experience is something absolutely new for you, no need to worry. Our tours are fully customizable.
Gary Vaynerchuk (WineLibrary), was impressed by Croatian wines. You will just want to explore the small country that can be the home of such diversity.
You will visit two wineries in the city of Zagreb that will, depending on your wishes and wine preferences, give you an overview of Zagreb’s and Croatian wine scene.
Some facts you might like:
Croatia now produces up to 700 wines, some of excellent quality.
There are some 300 official wine regions divided generally into coastal and interior wines. The majority (67%) of wine is white and produced in the interior while 32% is red and produced along the coast. Rose is relatively rare.
Croatian people have the habit of diluting their wine. In the south, they call it bevanda and in the north, they call it gemist.
During our walks you will also hear a bit about Croatian and Zagreb’s history and see the most beautiful spots in the city; Ban Jelačić square, Cathedral, Stone Gate, St Marks’s square and church…
Prices for Best of Slovenia day tour
* babies and children: Free
Zagreb wine and walking tour places
The city of Zagreb is located in northwestern Croatia. It stretches from the southern slopes of Mount Medvednica right across the river Sava. For some Zagreb is a vibrant capital and for other is a city built on a human scale – just right. It’s streets never stop buzzing, no matter the season. Even in winter time you can see people having coffee outside on bar terraces. The legend said it got it’s name in the time of a big drought when a Croatian duke put his sword into the earth and the water started flowing so he said to his soldiers ”Zagrebite! – Scoop the water!”. Even though the area has been inhabited ever since the prehistoric times, the first written mention of the city dates back to 1094. This is when the Diocese of Zagreb was founded. Zagreb began as two settlements (Kaptol & Gradec), divided by a stream. In the 13th century it becomes a free royal city and starts to develop, but not until 1850. the 2 settlements were join in what we call Zagreb today. In 1991. it becomes the capital of Croatia.
Zagreb wine and walking tour map