Explore the tastes of Europe

Salinata Rye Bread

Rye bread has always been one of the staple foods in Latvian homes and, even today, represents a symbolic component of Latvian national identity...Learn More
Lodi - Duomo

Road of San Colombano and the Wine and Food of Lodi

Lombardy was one of the first regions in Italy to fully develop the idea of Wine Roads. They did this by promoting the creation of the Wine and...Learn More

Cyprus - Vouni Panagias - Ampelitis Wine Route

Panoramic excursion into a glorious inland landscape, accompanied by the delights of the locally produced wines. Learn More
Ribera del Guadiana Wine Route

Ribera del Guadiana Wine Route

Young white, rosé and red wines have traditionally been made in all the areas of the route, especially reds...Learn More
Styrian Pot Roast

Styrian Pot Roast

This pork pot roast is one of the most popular dishes of Styria, a state located in the southeast of Austria. Grated apple, horseradish and...Learn More
EuroChocolate Festival in Perugia

EuroChocolate Festival

If you have a sweet tooth, visit the annual chocolate festival in the Italian town of Perugia, which is without a doubt, a dessert lover’s...Learn More
Kungsträdgården, Stockholm

Taste of Stockholm

‘Taste of Stockholm’ is a five-day-long food festival that gathers some of the most renowned producers, chefs and restaurants from all over the...Learn More
Bergamo - Bergamo - Park ofi San Pellegrino Terme

Wine and Food Road of the Valcalepio

Lombardy was one of the first regions in Italy to fully develop the idea of Wine Roads, with the promotion of the creation of the Wine and Food...Learn More
Goose breast fillet

Goose Feast

Veľké Trakany, village located in south-eastern corner of Slovakia, only a few kilometres from Hungary and Ukraine, will host the Goose Feast (...Learn More
Cabbage Days

Cabbage Days

The town of Stupava, located only 20 km north-west from Bratislava in the distinctive region of Záhorie, is the cabbage capital of Slovakia....Learn More
Slovak gastronomy

Slovak Food Festival

In mid May, the Slovak Food Festival brings together a big open-air gastronomic event and the chance to enjoy one of the landmarks of Bratislava...Learn More
Bryndzové Halušky

Potato Dumplings with Sheep Cheese

The most typical Slovak national food is Bryndzové Halušky with bacon. This is made from potato dough mixed with a special kind of sheep cheese...Learn More

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