Food and Wine

Gastronomy Tours


Gastronomic themed tours are most popular in Spain, Italy and France and can include anything from cooking classes in Tuscany to dining in Michelin Star dining in Paris to tapas bar walking tours in San Sebastian. As the home to some of the worlds finest and most famous cuisines in the world, the choices are endless and exciting. River cruising and French barge cruising are also popular ways to indulges in local delicacies and always involve the use of fresh local produce of the region you happen to be in.
Of course it doesn’t just end with food delights. Winery tours, Vineyard accommodation packages and visits to famous French champagne houses are all popular options as well. Don’t forget of course a counter meal and a pint is also a great away to explore the cultural traditions of a classic English, Scottish or Irish pub. Here’s just a few suggestions

Italy

Italian, home of probably the worlds’ favourite and most exported cuisine. It’s not all pizza and pasta though, there are many fine dining experiences. Why not try any or one of the following.

– Participate in a cooking school in Tuscany
– Visit a Pasta factory in Bologna
– Try the exquisite seafood in Sicily and Lipari.
– Sample pizza in the home of pizza in Naples.
– Make your own buffalo mozzarella in Salerno
– People watch with a gelato in a Rome Piazza

France

French cuisine evokes decadence, indulgence and romance. It is rich in flavour and exciting to the senses. Each region has unique dishes and local produce.  Here’s some fun ideas.

-Visit a champagne house in Epernay
-Tour the wineries of Bordeaux
-Sample the local produce from the markets of Provence
-Dine up the Eiffel Tower
-Cooking school in the Marais
-Cruise the Dordogne Valley-Stay, Dine and Ride in the Loire

Spain

Eating is not just about food in Spain, it is a way of life. Whether it’s a delicious tapa or something more hearty, Spains cuisine is expansive and exciting. Here’s some great options 

-Tapas walking tour in San Sebastian
-Dine at El Celler de Can Roca (Girona) – often rated the worlds best
-Stay in a traditional Bodega at La Rioja
-Indulge in Paella at its origin in Valencia
-Try the traditional pouring of a cider in Asturias
-Taste the fresh Atlantic seafood in Galicia.