WORLD’S BEST FOOD TOURS
From caponata (an eggplant and olive salad) to cannoli, Sicily is full of delicious dishes, that you can sample during your trip. Have a slice of sfincione (the local version of pizza) on a street food tour in Palermo, taste wines in Marsala, cheese in Ragusa, and fresh produce in the Etna region.
South of France
Beginning and ending in the town of Avignon, a trip to the South of France, includes cooking lessons, market and vineyard visits along with a dinner at a Michelin-starred restaurant. You’ll also explore Avignon’s Papal Palace and follow in the footsteps of Vincent van Gogh, who lived in this part of Provence.
A trip tailored around great food and wine that will let you discover the most authentic side of the Italian Riviera. You will learn the secrets of local recipes, visit amazing vineyards, meet local producers and find old food markets and traditional shops. Fall under the spell of Genoa old center, learn to prepare Pesto with mortar and pestle, have an amazing cooking class in Portofino, visit the Cinque Terre vertical vineyards and taste great food and wine.
Explore the distinctive tastes of Southeast Asia, by starting your trip from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City, enjoy cooking classes with local chefs, dinner under the stars on Halong Bay, a meal with a local family in their home and plenty of tasty street food. You can appreciate French colonial architecture, join local fishermen in pursuit of the day’s catch, and visit a Buddhist monastery.
Crete is a foodies’ paradise and Heraklion is the capital! Come experience the city like a local and explore the neighborhoods where residents live, eat, and shop, all while snacking away on the best local treats on the island. Experience real Cretan food, become a cheese–tasting expert by learning how to spot the best local cheeses, enjoy a glass of local wine and learn the process from harvest to bottle.
Along a cooking workshop with an esteemed local chef, you can enjoy insider tours of Tel Aviv’s three most vibrant outdoor food markets—crossroads of all the countries in the region—led by chefs, food stylists, recipe developers and other experts.
A tour of Chinatown and Kensington Market shows off the city’s ethnic mix. In Chinatown, you can taste Asian comfort food and Toronto’s best dim sum. In the market, designated a National Historical Site, the offerings are farther-ranging, such as Jamaican meat patties and Mexican tortas.
Enjoy gourmet safari tours from Adelaide to Australia’s third largest island. Tour the sources of many of the products the island is known for, such as olive oil, sheep’s-milk cheese, Ligurian bee honey, southern rock lobster and wine. Dinner on the last night is back in Adelaide at the trendy new Bistro Dom.