While Italy and France continue to dominate the European market, Hungary’s emerging wine industry is starting to get noticed. After all, there’s long been an association between Hungary and its love of wine. However, in recent years this has largely resulted in it being a much-kept secret.
Bordeaux is known for great wine but what food can you expect to eat in the region? The answer is a wide selection of French classics, alongside regional favourites. Expect a combination of freshly caught fish from the nearby ports, alongside those that favour international foodie.
While visiting Budapest make sure you try some traditional Hungarian dishes during your stay. After all, as any real foodie will tell you, food tourism is more than just fine dining at the world’s most expensive restaurants.
Paella may well be the national dish in Spain, but there are so many other types of foods to try in Barcelona. After all, Spanish food isn’t just about the ever-popular combination of rice, meat, chorizo and shell-fish.
As well as plates of tapas, try some of the best Paella in Barcelona and discover one of Spain’s most famous dishes.
Barcelona is a gorgeous colourful seaside city with plenty of history, culture, and wonderful architecture. It is also well-known for attracting food tourism, due to its vast selection of bars and restaurants. Barcelona also has a long history of celebrated Catalan cooking, including authentic traditional meals, such as rich, hearty paella.
Be inspired by the following UK food bloggers, who will excite you with both their recipes and stories of travelling the world.
Thanks to the internet, you no longer need to trawl cookbooks for the latest cookery tips. Likewise, food tourism can come directly to you, as you discover world cuisine without leaving home!
Enjoying popular street food destinations 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.
If you are a wine connoisseur then wherever you are visiting, a wine tour may well be the food and drink experience for you. However, other than sampling fine wines, it could something you’ve not done before.
As such, we’ve put together a guide of what to expect when going on a wine tour. Including how to prepare for the day and some tips to help get you in the mood.
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.
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.