When people ask why we’re in Spain, I often tell them that it’s for the food — so doing a Madrid Food Tour seemed only logical.
Eating Italy’s Taste of Testaccio tour is a spectacular way to explore Rome’s history and flavour.
From pastries to souvlaki, a shot of hard liquor, street food and some sweets to end with — the Tastes of Thesaloniki tour covers all angles of food in this amazing Greek city.
Eat the World’s St Georg culinary tour is a great way to get a taste of Hamburg.
For location, service, taste, and price, Salzburg’s Triangel restaurant is hard to beat.
If you’re bewildered by Spanish food, or just want a tasty day out, a Madrid Food Tour is a good option.
If you’re after a break from your busy life, Azul Fit is an excellent option.
If you’ve ever felt ripped off by Venice’s astronomical food prices and ludicrous cover charges, or if you’d like to avoid this experience altogether, the Urban Adventures Cicchetti of Venice tour is for you.