Even if you love staying in the capital, wine tours from London are also an excuse to escape to the countryside. In fact, London wine tours don’t have to take you that far in the first place. As there are a number of popular wineries located just outside the city in the likes of Kent and Surrey.
With a range of traditional British foods to try during your visit, London food tours are the ideal way to find the best places to eat.
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.
Whether it’s a trendy gastro-pub or backstreet boozer, knowing where to find the best pub food in London is up for debate among foodies across the city. After all, London food tours have a total of 32 boroughs in the capital to choose from. While that’s not to mention those outer regions that make use of London-based suppliers.
During a time of uncertainty for many pubs and clubs, microbreweries in the UK seem to be on the rise. While an increasing list of independent venues and long-standing establishments are pulling their last pint, microbreweries are enticing drinkers back out in support of their favourite bars. Brewery and distillery tours are often a way to showcase beers and spirits, as well as giving customers inside knowledge.
While microbreweries in Europe are by no means a new concept, they have certainly seen a resurgence in recent years. It’s often the chance to support small, independent breweries while sampling some of the best beers in the world. As such, both brewery and distillery tours are also proving popular, very much for the same reason.
With so many collaborations, small batches and limited-edition releases, it’s difficult to keep track of all the new craft beers are launching this year! As such our brewery and distillery tours are a fantastic way to get some inside knowledge.
Especially given the growing popularity of the market place, along with an increase in micro-breweries. Then, of course, there’s understanding when craft beer is just another pint of ale and when it’s something that little more special.