The most traditional dish and drink in Denmark… and where to get it in Copenhagen

The most traditional dish and drink in Denmark… and where to get it in Copenhagen

Denmark may be home to over 30 Michelin Stars and numerous noteworthy restaurants to choose from in Copenhagen and beyond, but that’s not what we’re here to talk about. Rather, let’s delve into the country’s national dish and the national spirit of Scandinavia. Because what’s travel without making time to...

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Explore the thriving food scene of Osaka, Japan’s most underrated city

Explore the thriving food scene of Osaka, Japan’s most underrated city

Osaka is a cosmopolitan metropolis of nearly 2.7 million people and Japan’s third largest city. Primarily a commercial port city, it is also one of the country’s most underrated destinations. Located just an hour by train from Kyoto, Osaka has a bustling nightlife, gritty vibe and friendly, down-to-earth people. Known...

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Tasting the bites and seeing the sights with Gergo in Budapest

Tasting the bites and seeing the sights with Gergo in Budapest

It’s a blazing hot day in the middle of summer in Budapest, and a group of 11 travellers from various parts of the world are gathered outside the city’s iconic Central Market Hall. We’re hungry to explore one of Europe’s great destinations, and Gergo Csada, our guide, has just the plan...

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Wine, food and history in Zagreb

Wine, food and history in Zagreb

As instructed, we meet Max ‘”under the tail,” a popular meeting place (and expression) among Zagreb locals. The tail in question belongs to the statue of a horse in Jelacic Square, the square being the heart of the city centre and where we start our tour. Once we’ve identified Max,...

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How to eat like a local in Penang

How to eat like a local in Penang

When UNESCO named Georgetown, Malaysia, a World Heritage site, it recognised the city as an important example of world cultural history. The city’s 500-year history as a multicultural trading city embodies the unique history of Malaysia and its dual Asian and European influences. Architecture and historical preservation are key to...

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Must-try Mallorcan baked goods — and where to find them

Must-try Mallorcan baked goods — and where to find them

The origin of Mallorcan pastry goes back to when the Christians conquered Mallorca in 1229. At that time the island was inhabited by Muslims, and when the Christians arrived, they forced the Arabs to convert to Christianity or be exiled. The same was then done with the Jews. To demonstrate...

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How to make feijoada

How to make feijoada

(Our Urban Adventures tour, Hidden Feijoada, offers a new, unexpected take on the feijoada — check out the video above for a sneak peek!) If you know Brazilian food, you’ve probably heard of feijoada, the country’s national dish. One of the most typical foods in Brazil, it is a black...

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Things to do in: San Sebastián

Things to do in: San Sebastián

How do beautiful white sand beaches, amazing architecture and fantastic food sound to you? If that stellar combination piques your interest, San Sebastián should be on your radar. Known as Spain’s culinary capital, the small seaside city packs a lot of punch for its size. Expect a wide array of...

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Best snacks under $5 around the world

Best snacks under $5 around the world

As any traveller knows, eating well doesn’t require dropping a ton of cash at a high-end restaurant. Sometimes the best meals come from street food snacks, food court stalls, and mom-and-pop shops where the food is cheap and the flavours are rich. We asked our guides around the globe to...

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How to order noodle soup in Bangkok

How to order noodle soup in Bangkok

“How do I order soup?” may sound like a silly question, but there are lots of options when it comes to broths and meats and more in Thailand. We asked our local guide Nai in Bangkok how to place an order like a true Thai soup expert. Noodle soup is...

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