Naples is the elegant soul of Italy, the birthplace of pizza and home to many authentic restaurants.
Naples is located in the Campagna region of Italy and was a heavily populated waterfront old town. The local people relied on the sea and the cargo ships that sailed around them. As they were very dependent on the marine industry, they lived as close to the shore as they could.
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Naples is a wonderful old city in Italy overlooking the sea and an amazing destination to experience wine. Vineyards are in abundance in the region, with Neopolitan wines proving as popular as its world-famous ice cream.
The rich historic city centre is a UNESCO World Heritage site. In fact, it also the largest in Europe. There are lots of splendid historical monuments, with streets and alleyways steeped in history and culture. The views of Italy are awe-inspiring, with an ancient tradition that compliments this bustling city.
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London has 100’s of amazing bars and restaurants, with a range of traditional British foods to try while you visit.
From the old British classics to Michelin-starred food, they are all superb in their own special way. London food experiences are all about diversity, with the capital being home to so many cuisines from across the globe.
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The wine regions of Slovakia may not be as famous as others throughout Europe, but they certainly produce some of wines best-kept secrets.
Slovakia shares borders with Hungary, Austria, Poland, Ukraine and the Czech Republic. As such, the locally produced wines rarely make it further than Slovakia’s neighbours, leaving the international market place largely untapped.
As a result, wine tours in Slovakia have become a combination of intrigue and discovery. With wine connoisseurs from around the world visiting the country’s wineries and vineyards.
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Authentic food experiences in Bratislava should include some of the more traditional Slovakian dishes. While modern cuisine has been influenced by Slovakia’s neighbouring countries, the majority of traditional meals have been passed down through the generations.
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Its vineyards may not be as famous as others, but wine tasting in Bratislava will open your pallet to Slovakian wines. Giving you an insight and a taste for one of the world’s up and coming wine producers, along with some of their age-old favourites.
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The tropical Indonesian island is known for great food experiences, with the best restaurants in Bali serving authentic Balinese cuisine alongside modern classics. The islands dining experiences take dishes from across Asia – with influences from China, India and at times even further afield.
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The Indonesian island is known for its traditional Balinese food. That’s why we discover popular food to try in Bali, while on the holiday of a lifetime.
Balinese cuisine makes the most of local produce, such as freshly grown vegetables and fish supplied directly from the nearby ports. As well as aged-old traditions, authentic food to try in Bali also takes influence from India and the Chinese. In particular, with the careful use of spices, to create hot rice dishes alongside delicately flavoured meat and fish.
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We have a varied selection of romantic food experiences in Bali available to book online. If you’re a foodie visiting this wonderful Indonesian island with a loved one, you can wine and dine them in a world of perfection.
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Within close proximity to ancient Greek monuments are some of the best restaurants in Athens, with award-winning chefs. Where foodies can experience fine dining of the 21st century against a backdrop as old as 800BC.
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