The tastes of Slovenia are different in the Alps than they are on the Adriatic coast, they are different in the Karst region than they are in the Pannonian plains, yet each region also has its own distinct gastronomic areas. Slovenia has no less than 170 typical dishes! The major characteristic they have in common is that they are made from locally produced ingredients. Discover protected and special Slovenian cheeses, meat products, sausages, oils, honey, and other food.

Slovenia is also a wine country, and there are three wine-growing regions in Slovenia, known for wines that receive renowned awards globally. These include excellent original wines, typical for individual areas. If you visit the wine-growing area of the Primorska Region, you must taste Teran, in the Posavje Region taste Cviček, and in the Podravje Region taste white wine varieties, such as the Rhein Riesling and Traminec. You can travel the wine roads and experience local wine culture, meet the winemakers and learn about the Slovenian wine-growing tradition. Slovenia is particularly proud of some indigenous wines and wines with protected geographical indication.