Gastronomy and tourism have much in common, so that the development of one without the other almost unthinkable. Going back a few years in the past, tourism has amounted to a tour of historical and cultural sites, and a tour of natural beauty such as national parks, nature parks, and general landscape which knows itself to be beautiful. If the away team's luck, but it is on his journey accompanied a nice time, he was able to experience the full splendor of natural beauty, but otherwise, we can say with certainty that he fully enjoyed the study of cultural and natural beauty. As the standard of living has increased, increased the need to offer a variety of content in tourism. One of the most comfortable way of getting to know people with the culture and way of life of people in a particular area is through food. Thus, in addition to good weather and natural beauty found in the tourist industry and gastronomy. Through a variety of culinary delights can be guest or tourist familiar with the delicacies that are native to the place that we present. Through old authentic dishes can see how life in the area once looked like, what kind of foods are used and what methods of food preparation are known, the diversity of plant and animal species in the area, both in the countryside and in the towns, inland and coastal, every meal can tell the historical and cultural story.
Buzet is situated in the northern part of central Istria. This city sits high up on a hill overlooking the valley of the river Mirna and the mountain of Cicarija. At the time of Venetian rule, Buzet supplied water to military stations and the local population.
Buzet and the surrounding towns of Roc, Hum (the smallest city in the world), Vrh and Sovinjak offer visitors the opportunity to appreciate their cultural and historical heritage. Buzet also lies in the centre of three major city centres; Pula, Trieste, and Rijeka.
This area is a natural jewel in Istria. Its almost intact nature, abundance of cultural and historical monuments, together with wholesome homemade food and exquisite local wines make this place a holiday paradise.
Many of Istria's best wines come from Buzet and its surrounding towns, for wine-making is one of the main occupations of its residents. Another popular pastime is agrotourism. Agrotourism offers guests delicious traditional Istrian cuisine in an intimate natural setting. The nearby town of Vrh is known for its fuzi (a type of pasta) with...