It’s important to get all of the fuel you need whilst travelling, and a good breakfast will ensure that you have plenty of energy to make the most of your day of sight seeing. To get you in the mood for the most important meal of the day, here is a lowdown of 15 breakfasts from around the world.
(photo by: Martijn Van Exel)
Lovers of savoury will adore breakfast in the Dominican Republic, which typically consists of fried cheese, fruit, and strong coffee.
In France, a croissant or pastry is often washed down with a thick cup of hot chocolate, or even a sparkling beer!
An Irish breakfast is traditionally a meaty feat of black and white pudding, sausage and bacon. If you want to try it out, just make sure you book one of the many hotels with free breakfast in Dublin!
Across the sea, a Full English breakfast involves a mix of bacon, eggs, toast, beans, hash browns, sausages, and perhaps a mushroom or two!
In the US, early birds can tuck in to a stack of blueberry pancakes dripping with maple syrup.
Up in Scotland, a bowl of sugary, syrupy oat porridge has long been the traditional way to start the day.
In Spain, breakfast is often a simple meal involving a cup of milk coffee and a roll with jam or cheese.
Turkish breakfasts are a delicious medley of creamy Kaymak (rather like clotted cream), eggs, cucumber, and spicy sausages.
Strong coffee and toast or croissants are typical early morning fare in Argentina.
Plenty of bread and banana fritters, along with tea or fruit, is often grabbed on the go as Ghana wakes up each morning.
Morocco may win a prize for the sugariest breakfasts, thanks to the traditional mix of highly sweetened mint tea, bread dripping with honey, and ghee.
Breakfast in Russia tends to be eaten very early, and is usually an ultra-filling dish of Blini or sour cream pancakes washed down with tea.
Cereal and hard boiled eggs are staple dawn fare in Poland.
In Germany, a table groaning with black bread, cold meats and pickles is widely devoured.
Steamed rice and a light soup will set you up for the day in Japan.
If this has tickled your tastebuds, why not take advantage of some great deals and investigate hotels with free breakfast all over the world?