Where to find the best tapas in Palma de Mallorca

Where to find the best tapas in Palma de Mallorca

A Spanish tradition, tapas is considered one of the most typical ways of eating in Spain. Not only because it’s affordable and you can try several different dishes, but because we can think of no better way to socialise with friends. Here’s where to find some of the best tapas...

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Where to find Krakow’s best street food

Where to find Krakow’s best street food

There’s more to Polish cuisine than pierogies — and in Krakow, there are serious street food stalls, cafes and bars serving up delicious snacks along with a dose of local culture and history. Here’s where to get the best street food in Krakow. Complex Dolne Młyny This complex is a...

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A foodie’s guide to the flavours of Stone Town

A foodie’s guide to the flavours of Stone Town

If variety is the spice of life, then the flavours of Zanzibar’s Stone Town are everlasting. Along the coastal waters of Zanzibar, this UNESCO World Heritage site is a place to treat your senses, with its melting pot of African, Arab, European and Indian cultures rolled into one. Although its...

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Where to eat Latin American food in Washington DC

Where to eat Latin American food in Washington DC

You may not realise, but Washington DC is an extremely diverse city, with hundreds of restaurants featuring cuisines from around the world. The options can, at times, be quite overwhelming. But if you crave Latin American food as much as we do (especially if you’re eating on a budget), we...

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How to tell good paella from bad: Tips from a Mallorca chef

How to tell good paella from bad: Tips from a Mallorca chef

Not all paellas are created the same. We asked local Mallorca paella chef Ramón Cifuentes, who leads our Making Paella: From Market to Mouth tour, how to tell the awesome from the awful. If you’re planning to visit our island of Mallorca, no doubt you’ll want to enjoy the local...

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A modern twist on Venice’s traditional cicchetti

A modern twist on Venice’s traditional cicchetti

Our Venice Urban Adventures team is made up of foodies. We love to eat well and drink even better. And one of our main hobbies is finding new and interesting places to appease our voracious appetites. When it comes to the great street food cities of the world, we know...

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My cooking class with young women in Bangkok (who happen to be refugees)

My cooking class with young women in Bangkok (who happen to be refugees)

I visited Bangkok because I had to. I was headed to Chiang Mai and since it was my first time in Thailand, I thought it was silly to not at least stop by. Being from New York City, I should have known better. I had imagined Bangkok filled with tourists,...

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Where to get the best bougatsa in Thessaloniki

Where to get the best bougatsa in Thessaloniki

Bougatsa is a Greek breakfast pastry consisting of semolina custard, cheese or minced meat filling between layers of phyllo. And in Thessaloniki, locals know that the best bougatsa can be found at Romfea. A small shop with just two indoor tables and two outdoor tables in the summer months, Romfea...

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Porridge is an unexpected street food hit in Copenhagen

Porridge is an unexpected street food hit in Copenhagen

After spending the day navigating through the copious, but profoundly spectacular, bike lanes of Copenhagen, it’s only natural to crave an easy and on-the-go bite. My search for the perfect place in this little bike city has been ongoing, but has led me to one of my favourite spots to...

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The grub from Ipanema: A guide to snacking on Rio’s beaches

The grub from Ipanema: A guide to snacking on Rio’s beaches

“Açaí, açaí! Queeeeeijooooo!” Strolling along the beaches of Rio de Janeiro, food vendors advertise their delicacies with melodious shouts that cut through the noise of thousands of beach-goers. Local Cariocas (residents of Rio de Janeiro) typically leave their own snacks at home and treat themselves to the diverse array of...

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