If you're a serious food lover, make a beeline for one of the
continent's culture-filled capitals where you'll find some of the
world's top culinary hotspots. Paris, the
birthplace of haute cuisine, has a whopping 106 Michelin Starred
restaurants which are guaranteed to get your taste buds tingling.
and Rome are
great picks too, with a generous sprinkling of award-winning tables
to try out that will serve up world-class international cuisine as
well as regional specialties.
For a more rustic palette, you can't go wrong with the home of
pizza, pasta and ice cream - Italy. Take
a train to Naples (where pizza was invented) and meet up with
our local guide for a foodie tour through the city's narrow
streets, being sure to sample to excellent seafood, too; or make
Rome, Verona or Florence
your base and discover the many traditional trattoria restaurants
dotted around the handsome historic centre and in hidden side
streets full of charm and friendly locals. If you're keen to take
some of the gastronomic magic home with you, then we can even set
up a cooking class with a local where you can learn the secrets of
making your own pasta and even bake and fill your own sweet
cannolis, then impress everyone with your kitchen prowess when you
Elsewhere in Europe, there's the coastal Spanish city of
San Sebastian where you can indulge in delicious tapas-like
dishes in the many charming pintxos bars; the fresh food markets of
the seriously indulgent sweet treats in Copenhagen
(home to the world-famous Noma restaurant).
Wherever you end up, we'll pair you up with excellent guides,
fill your trip with memorable experiences and arrange for you to
stay in the top hotel hideaways (for those much-needed afternoon
siestas after eating yourself silly).