With a number of fine dining restaurants in Bath, deciding where to celebrate that special birthday or book a romantic dinner can be overwhelming. That’s why we’ve taken a closer look at 5 of our favourite places to wine and dine, whatever the occasion. Although for something a little different, how about one of our food tours in Bath instead?
With towns and villages such as Furore, Ravello and Tramonti, the best Amalfi Coast wine tours will take you into local vineyards. Meet the sommeliers, sample fine Italian wines and enjoy traditional food pairings as soak up your beautiful surroundings.
Scotland is well-known for Burns Night and Hogmanay, as such food and drink in Aberdeen is often a time of celebration. With special events and food experiences taking place alongside regular food markets. As well as a night out in the city, we highly recommend booking food tours in the Highlands during these particular dates. As well of course as all the bars, cafes and restaurants that are open all year round, serving up an array of international cuisine.
When it comes to laying claim to the best Scottish whisky, there are a number of brands to choose from. As well as some lesser-known, regional favourites. As such if you’re visiting Scotland, then why not book a distillery tour in the Highlands or Aberdeen and have a “wee dram” for yourself.
Naples is the elegant soul of Italy, the birthplace of pizza and home to many authentic restaurants. Food tours in Naples are a great way to discover the true essence of this fascinating city.
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.
Naples is a wonderful old city in Italy overlooking the sea and an amazing destination to experience wine. Naples wine tours visit the abundance of vineyards within the region. Where Neopolitan wines prove as popular as its world-famous ice cream.
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.
The wine regions of Slovakia may not be as famous as others throughout Europe, but they certainly produce some well-kept secrets! If you wish to visit a variety of wine regions around the world, we have a vast selection of wine tours available.
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.
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.
Its vineyards may not be as famous as others, but wine tasting in Bratislava will open your pallet to Slovakian wines. Wine tours will give an insight into one of the world’s up and coming wine producers. Along with some of their age-old favourites along the way.