Santorini wines are widely recognised as some of the best Greece have to offer. Which is by no means discounting those from elsewhere within the country, just Santorini wineries deliver above and beyond all expectations.
Situated in the Scottish Highlands, whisky tours from Inverness will treat you to some of the most celebrated brands in the world. After all, the Scottish Highlands are famous for their diverse, superior single malts.
Indulge your senses with a luxury champagne cruise in Santorini. As you take time out to enjoy the finer things in life, you’ll find it hard to find food and drink experiences in Santorini much better than this one!
Did you know that the most authentic food to try in Crete, are dishes that help make Greek cuisine among the healthiest diets in the world? This is because traditional recipes focus on fresh ingredients, without the use of any complex creamy sauces.
An authentic way to experience the food of Spain is by joining one of the many tapas tours in Madrid.
While food tours are always a good way to discover the local culture and cuisine, Spanish tapas naturally lends itself to a tasting session. After all, they’re generally small plates of food that are already designed for sharing.
With its vegetarian-friendly diet, Greece is also one of the best countries to visit if you are a vegan foodie. In particularly vegetarian food to try in Crete is often very much based around naturally grown ingredients.
As one of the most popular destinations in Greece, wine tours in Crete are both varied and exciting. Along with the classics, wine connoisseurs should also seek out the very best in sweet Malvasia wines.
We are proud to list some of the best food tours in Amsterdam. Giving both locals and international foodies an authentic food experience of the Dutch capital.
Ireland’s wonderfully exciting capital city is a place of history, culture, art and music. Some of the best restaurants in Dublin have been awarded the prestigious Michelin Star. As such, requiring advance bookings, so you can just sit back and relax with a pre-dinner drink in the historic local bars.
When taking a look at the local menus, you may notice many authentic Valencian dishes are based around rice as the central ingredient. Albeit prepared in a variety of intriguing ways, brought to life with an array of flavours.