Whether you’re gallivanting through Europe or Latin America, savor the flavors of the world with our foodie travel tips. From street food to Michelin-starred dining, third-wave coffee to natural wine bars, it’s all here.
Located in Provence, the culinary scene has many strong influence from neighbouring Italy, Spain and North Africa. And so traditional food here can taste quite different. Here are some places to eat a good bouillabaisse.
Without a doubt the city of Granada is the most beautiful in all of Nicaragua. It is a must-visit destination for most travellers who often find themselves staying for much longer than they originally planned.
Bordeaux is most often known as one of the best places to drink red wine in France, and in fact all of the world. But second to that it’s known for its gothic architecture and is home to one of the best cities to eat in France.
We, hungry travellers, are no longer content to just seek out the best local restaurant or market. And if that means traipsing through a forest, diving under the sea or getting up close and personal with a local farm animal, then so be it.
The old joke was that when asked where one should eat in Ottawa, the answer would be: Montreal. That’s not the case anymore since Ottawa has a very respectable food scene these days. Below are some of our favourite spots to eat, drink and snack in Canada’s capital city.
A trip to Lyon, the gastronomic capital of France, turns into a food-fueled adventure. The real treasure of Lyon is its rich local produce that turns a trip here into a journey of flavors‚ whether you’re a meat-loving adventurer or not.
Many travellers fly to Italy for just one thing to eat. There’s no doubt that Italian food is one of the best in the world and you could spend an Italian holiday simply eating and doing nothing else. Here are four sandwiches that you should try in Italy when you need a break from all the tasty pizza and pasta.
Wine and food are one of the best ways to explore France. Not only are the wine regions in France producing some of the world’s best wine, but they are also home to delicious classic and modern French food. Here are 5 wine regions you should consider on your next holiday in France.
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