The tour includes a visit to Žminj tower, churches, old citadel walls, cistern and old paved street (so-called “štrada” in the old part of town). The guide brings the visitors closer to Žminj’s old ways of living, explains significance and functions of Istrian “kažuns” and of Žminj’s dialect (which is on the list of intangible cultural heritage of the Republic of Croatia). The one-hour tour ends with a visit to a small fair, located in the intimacy of Žminj’s tower. Guests are free to taste and buy local olive oil, wine, truffle products, souvenirs, paintings, handicrafts, decorative cosmetic products, Žminj earrings and rings (replicas of the ones found in the old Croatian cemetery in Žminj in the middle of the last century). Participants of the tour can also taste local teranino, biska and medica and learn how to toast like true Istrian people. During the summer months, the Latus Diary in Gorenji Orbanici near Žminj also organizes open door days on Wednesdays. It is a great opportunity for guests to taste five different types of cheese, yoghurts, curd, mozzarella, wine and desserts at promotional prices and with guided tasting in foreign languages.