Our culinary travel guides are the ultimate manual that will help our readers turn each and every trip into a tasty and memorable adventure.
Travel enthusiasts, digital nomads, world explorers, and lovers of delicious local dishes and different tastes will find this page to be the right step for them!
Our stories will guide our readers through the diverse flavors in countries around the world. From the must-try Bar Harbor and Hilton Head restaurants to a list of Peruvian dishes worth tasting, this site covers all they need for the best foodie experiences.
WHO IS THIS GUIDE FOR?
- Those who often travel for work, and the limited hours in their day during business trips don’t allow them to think about their next meal and where to get it.
- Digital nomads who are always on the go, so they need clear guidance through the abundance of restaurants and eateries where they’re staying.
- Whatever one’s lifestyle may be, time should not be wasted searching for the best restaurant to have a meal. Our readers want to spend quality time enjoying the new place, making new memories, or getting their job done quickly.
But, finding the perfect place can often be quite a challenge, especially when visiting a city or a country for the first time.
So, instead of wasting hours scrolling through sites that only list the best-ranked, and overhyped restaurants, we offer an expert overview of some of the best places around the world.
Instead, what our readers need and can expect from our guide is:
- An honest review of the place and the food quality.
- Detailed information on the taste and the ingredients used in the meal.
- A story and a deep dive into the history of the place you’re visiting
- More recommendations.
EUROPE FOODIE GUIDE
Europe is magnificent in its diversity of countries and cultures, each having something unique to offer. This foodie guide dedicated to Europe covers nearly all of the Old Continent. I have visited the best of the best sites and dined in the most amazing restaurants around.
There are plenty of travel articles on Europe, but none of them cover the whole continent. My goal is to show you that there is so much more to Europe than just the usual tourist destinations and typical dishes.
Europe is huge, and with so much history, you could always be discovering something new. That makes it challenging to cover all the European countries.
Ready for some greek cuisine, Mediterranean sun, and souvlaki? I’ve done the walking food tour of Athens, trying and tasting the best Greek foods on the planet.
Italy…where to start? Pasta is my favorite dish in the world and when I had a chance to visit Trento, I did without hesitation. One of the best decisions of my life (my diet would disagree!).
Looking For Things To Do?
Food isn’t the only thing you should try while visiting these amazing places. That’s why I’ve made a specific list of things to do for most of the locations and I’m going to break it all down for you, along with my personal favorites, so that you can check the best and still have time to enjoy more food!
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Before you grab the bite, read more about it!
Our stories open a window into Foodie Flashpacker founder’s and our lives as digital nomads and travel writers, providing curated guides to the best food and restaurants around the world to help our readers make an easy decision that they will never regret.
Foodie Flashpacker is more than just a travel resource with fantastic recommendations of restaurants and dishes. It is a place where anyone can also learn more about them, their origin, and their backstory, а place where people can get an accurate description of the restaurant’s location and atmosphere, as well as the taste of the food and the way it was made.
This is a way to take a deep dive into the rich history and the cultures of countries in all four corners of the world to better understand their diverse culinary industries. The guides we share prove that these places are more than just their tourist attractions and prove that food is more than just a mix of ingredients.
Food tastes better when you know how and why it was made, so follow someone who can guide you through all of that.