Some of my happiest travel memories are food-related. Yet none of them feature expensive restaurants – my memories are more likely to be that impromptu picnic in the Florida Keys, the perfect pub lunch in Cornwall, the al fresco family lunch in the French countryside, jambalaya in New Orleans…
Street food, truck stops, farmers markets, vineyard wine-tastings, freshly caught fish grilled on an open fire, regional cooking demonstrations, picking fresh fruit right from the tree, experiencing the area’s ‘best-kept secret’ and much more.
All these are planned out for you when you use Intrepid Travel’s food tour service.
In addition to Europe, the company organises food tours in Taiwan, Iran, Israel, India, Jordan, Morocco, South America … tours may be a short break of two days, a cross-country tour of 15 days or anything in between.
You can experience a wide variety of food-related activities, all of which are typical of the area you’re visiting. What’s more, by visiting local restaurants, buying from local markets and food stalls, you’ll be helping the local economy of the area.
JJ is originally from the UK and has lived in South Florida since 1994. She is the founder and editor of JAQUO Magazine. You can connect with her using the social media icons below.