When visiting South American countries such as Chile, Peru and Uruguay, food and drink tours are the perfect way to discover authentic local cuisine.
South America is home to some of the world’s most esteemed wine regions. If you are a wine connoisseur that likes to travel, then South America wine regions should certainly be next on your list. Whether that be a couple of wine tours in Peru, drink experiences in Montevideo (the capital of Uruguay) or visiting a popular winery in Argentina.
Enjoying popular street food tours is an important part of experiencing the food culture of almost anywhere in the world. Street food itself isn’t particularly new, however, changing trends and the increase in food tourism leaves foodies craving for more.
The international gin market has exploded in recent years. With new gins appearing on both supermarket shelves and sat behind the bar of your local pub. With the likes of Gordon’s and Bombay Sapphire once having dominated sales, brewery and distillery tours show this is no longer the case.