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5 Things You Don’t Know About Mediterranean Food

What comes to mind when you think of Mediterranean food? Perhaps it’s olive oil, feta, or maybe it’s hummus and pita? Due in part to its notable medicinal properties, Mediterranean cuisine is growing in popularity even beyond its native locale. As if you needed another reason to experience the breathtaking …

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Trakai red castle in winter, one of the most beautiful places in Lithuania

4 Beautiful Places in Lithuania with Great Local Food

About 400 miles south of Sweden lies the little country of Lithuania, which has a population of about 3 million. This is a European country with rolling hills, amazing lakes, and beautiful cobblestone old towns, not to mention an intriguing, long history. It is also an exceptionally unique Eastern European …

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Italian gelato, one of the typical foods in Rome, held at Piazza Navona

5 Must-Try Foods in Rome

When you think about Rome, you immediately think about pizza, pasta and, of course, gelato! Rome is a foodie paradise. But because there are so many options, you may not know which ones to try. So here is a list of the 5 foods you have to try in Rome and …

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Italian tomato bruschetta, one of the most delicious foods in Florence

6 Foods in Florence You Can’t Miss

Florence is home to some out-of-this-world meals. This Italian city might be famous for its magnificent renaissance arts masterpieces, but it is also known for its luxury Italian restaurants. These uniquely sophisticated eateries serve wide selections of traditional Tuscan cuisines. Unfortunately, you won’t find these dishes anywhere in the world …

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Specialty food stalls at Borough Market, one of the best street food markets in London

5 Best Street Food Markets in London

London is known for its rich history, diverse culture, moderate climate, and classic arts. Being the hub of education, technology and thousands of dazzling pubs and sky-view restaurants scattered throughout the city, the one thing which makes the capital a place to live is the enticing food streets and delicious …

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Cooked sliced open haggis, one of the most popular Scottish foods

7 Scottish Foods And Restaurants for Travelers

Seattle boasts a small yet significant population of people of Scottish extraction — as evidenced by its Caledonian & St Andrew’s Society, bagpipers like Seamus Neary and Suzanne Wolf, annual Highland Games and shinty club. So, if tartan flows in your Seattleite veins, you might want to tantalize your taste buds …

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Shell sign marks the way for pilgrims walking and tasting the Camino de Santiago through Northern Spain

Tasting the Camino de Santiago Along Coastal Spain

The Camino de Santiago or Way of Saint James is a Christian pilgrimage to the shrine of the apostle Saint James the Great. His remains are buried in the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, in northwestern Spain. While there are various routes through many European countries that lead there, …

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Parmigiana di melanzane or baked eggplant lasagna served in some of the best restaurants to eat in Rome.

6 Outstanding Restaurants to Eat in Rome

Traveling to Rome may seem daunting at first because the city is so full of incredible sightseeing attractions, history, and culture. More importantly though (and especially to a traveling foodie), there are thousands of outstanding restaurants to eat in Rome. So, the good news is, you’re guaranteed to have some …

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Assortment of Spanish tapas or pintxos, one of the best ways to discover the Basque Country.

4 Ways to Discover the Basque Country, Spain

The Basque Country is a beautiful and unique region in Northern Spain. Despite being small, it has everything a traveler could want. From a breathtaking coastline with lovely beaches by an evergreen mountainside to international tourist attractions that showcase a rich local culture. And world-renowned chefs that give a new …

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Burger of lampredotto tripe with herbs, a tasty Italian street food you should try when you eat and drink in Florence.

9 Places to Eat and Drink in Florence

Florentine dining embraces everything from delectable street foods to vibrant food markets to family-run trattorias. Not to mention, Florence is the gateway to Tuscany’s celebrated wine country, but you don’t have to leave the city to find some of the best wine in Italy. Knowing where to find the best …

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