7 Best Food Tours to Experience in Europe – The article belongs to site Save A Train and it’s written by Laura Thomas
When we travel, what we seek (beyond the sights and walks) is to satisfy our palates by tasting local cuisine. This might be food or dessert or even a drink, why not?
The site Save a Train has revealed the 7 best food tours to experience in Europe, let’s see them:
#1 Food Tours to Experience in Europe: From Baguettes To Bistro In Paris, France
If there is one city that can knock your socks off with culinary creativity, it’s Paris and it is, therefore, first on the list for best food tours in Europe. As a result, many food tours that run in Paris should rather be called food educations because they are drenched in history. Traditions have been passed down through the centuries.
Be inspired by Parisian passion.
Everything is covered from the basics of bread and cheese to their famous delicacy, foie gras as well as homemade rillettes and Armagnac. In addition, you can also revel in Parisian cafe culture.
Wind your way through side streets and amaze yourself at how many chic restaurants, cafes, delis, and boulangeries there are. As a result, you’ll be exposed to the perfect blend of age-old recipes and the new and trending in the foodie sphere.
#2 Food Extravaganza: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
If you want to see a different side of Amsterdam and its foodie scene, explore the courtyards and back streets of the Jordaan District. As a result, you will find fine food purveyors eager to share their creations as well as give some insight into the city’s rich Indonesian culinary heritage.
We recommend you try the apple pie at the iconic 400-year-old cafe, Cafe Papeneiland. You could also try smoked sausage made from a century-old family recipe and learn the Dutch way to eat herring.
#3 The Art Of Craft Beer & Food In Prague, Czech Republic
If you find yourself in Prague, do what the hipsters do and enjoy a craft beer as well as a food tour. You can even take a tour with a beer expert. They will be happy to take you on a Pivo (beer) journey unlike any other.
Naturally, craft beer is always enjoyed by eating a few choice local morsels. In addition, you could try scotch eggs or Czech dumplings with braised beef to name but a few of the foodie treasures of Prague. It’s a definite for our list of best food tours in Europe.
#4 Food Tours To Experience In Europe: Age-Old Traditions In Madrid, Spain
For a bonafide foodie adventure, Madrid does not disappoint! Try local wine and cheese delights in the historic Anton Martin Market. Have some of, arguably, the best cheesecakes in the world, some of which are baked in hundred-year-old ovens
#5 Savor The City From An Insiders Perspective: Venice, Italy
Book a tour if you don’t want to be rushed in Venice. Book with someone who knows the ins and outs of the city and how to possibly avoid the crowds and let you find some hidden gems. For instance, take a gondola ride across the canal to a pasta restaurant and drink a glass of prosecco before you check out some famous wine bars, popular with local Casanova’s.
#6 Food Tours to Experience in Europe: The International Food Scene In Berlin, Germany
Berlin’s food scene is right on trend and international food gold, and as a result it is the best place to make friends when you are foodie traveling. Nothing brings people together quite as food does. We suggest you take the tour with a local tour guide.
Check out the Kreuzberg’s Turkish Market or make a stop (or three) at various cafes and bakeries.
#7 An Authentic Foodie Experience: Vienna, Austria
Vienna is all charm, however this is especially so when it comes to tastes. It has a palpable authenticity and you should start with a visit to a classic Viennese coffee house. From the coffee house, you can make your way to the popular Naschmarket, a traditional gem with a wide variety of Austrian specialties that include cheese and vinegar.
If you don’t eat a sausage and then take a pic of it on the gram when you’re in Wurstelstand, were you even there? But for real, they have ΤΗΕ most amazing sausages! Wash it down with some Austrian wines at a historic cellar and end it all off perfectly with some delish dessert by visiting a great chocolate shop.
The best food tours in Europe are designed to simply blow your mind and palate. There is no shortage of options.
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