LET YOUR STOMACH BE YOUR GUIDE!

Hungry for a getaway that will have you wining and dining like a local in no time? Well then, pull up a chair and dig into some of our favorite global hotspots where you’ll dine like royalty!

LET YOUR STOMACH BE YOUR GUIDE!
LET YOUR STOMACH BE YOUR GUIDE!
LET YOUR STOMACH BE YOUR GUIDE!
LET YOUR STOMACH BE YOUR GUIDE!

Hungry for a getaway that will have you wining and dining like a local in no time? Well then, pull up a chair and dig into some of our favorite global hotspots where you’ll dine like royalty!

Italy
In the land where pizza and pasta reign, Italy is an absolute dream for every food enthusiast. Each region in here boasts its own unique dishes and ingredients. For instance, Emilia-Romagna, recognized as Italy's food capital, is renowned for its prosciutto, parmigiano, and balsamic vinegar. Meanwhile, Tuscany is celebrated for its olive oil and wine.

Japan
In the Land of the Rising Sun, cuisine extends far beyond sushi and ramen. Known for its exquisite presentation and harmonious balance of flavors, Japan is a gourmet traveler's paradise. Tokyo, housing the highest number of Michelin-starred restaurants globally, is a must-visit. Don't forget to savor the kaiseki (a traditional multi-course meal), yakitori (grilled chicken skewers), and okonomiyaki (savory pancake).

Greece
Proudly representing the healthful Mediterranean diet, with staples like Moussaka and Greek salad, it’s no surprise nearly everyone loves Greek food. Known for its seafood, olives, feta cheese, and iconic Greek yogurt, Greece offers a wholesome dining experience that satisfies both the soul and palate.

Thailand
Thai cuisine offers a perfect balance of sweet, sour, salty, and spicy flavors. Street food is an essential part of Thai culture, with Bangkok being a culinary epicenter. Be sure to try the green curry – a vibrant dish with the perfect blend of coconut milk, fresh green chilies, and a medley of aromatic herbs and spices – and mango sticky rice. Yum!

Portugal
Boasting a seafood extravaganza, Portugal's cuisine reflects its rich maritime history with a focus on seafood, especially Bacalhau (salted cod). The country is famous for its Pastéis de Nata, a creamy egg tart. From a freshly-caught seafood in Lisbon to the flavors of Porto wine, Portugal offers an authentic and diverse culinary journey.

Hungary
Having quickly made a name for itself with gastronomes, Hungary's diverse foodie scene includes iconic dishes like hearty goulash and chicken paprikash, and plenty more international influences. Food markets, such as Budapest's Great Market Hall, provide a feast for the senses, with an array of fresh produce, spices, and local specialties.


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