Restaurants & Food
The cuisine of Corsica is French and Italian-influenced although most dishes are very unique and extremely tasty. The charcuterie reflects the flavor that is acquired by the foraging of the island’s domesticated pigs that are allowed to forage for natural foods. The standard Corsican charcuterie made from boar or pig meat is comprised of delectable entrées such as coppa, figatellu, ham, lonzu, and saucisson. The following is a list of the 5 foods you must try should you visit the island.
Orlando’s renown City Walk is the place to find a wide range of restaurants that are sure to satisfy a wide variety of palates with notable establishments such as the Hard Rock Cafe, Margaritaville, and the NASCAR Café. If you prefer to combine dining with entertainment and fun, Disney Town features excellent restaurants such as Planet Hollywood, the Rainforest Café, and the Wolfgang Puck Café.
One of the best reasons we can think of to visit the city of Brussels is for the chocolate, one of the most renowned and decadent desserts in the entire world. Chocolate is so popular throughout the country of Belgium that no matter what direction you travel in and how large or small the town is that you visit, you will most likely find a chocolatier, sometimes many. For the avid local and international “chocoholic”, the following are the top tasting tours in the Chocolate capital of Brussels.
The western coastal region of Tuscany is known primarily for its delicious Italian cuisine, spectacular landscape, flourishing vineyards, and especially, the wines that originate in this region. There is much to do and explore in Tuscany including its beaches, monuments, museums, and parks. As a result, Tuscany is one of Italy’s favorite and most popular tourist destinations. Many regions in Italy today hold numerous cuisine and wine-oriented celebrations, events, and festivals throughout the year
Sitting near the Azores Islands archipelago, Cape Verde, the Madeira Islands, and Morocco off the western coast of Africa is the Spanish territory known as the Canary Islands. The islands are known for their bustling, lively nightlife during the peak of the tourist season. Interestingly enough, the Canary Islands are the home to 23 different Vegan and vegetarian restaurants as well as another 21 Vegan bakeries, bed and breakfasts, catering businesses, health food stores, and other shops. The following is a list of the more popular ones.
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For the individual who enjoys a beach vacation, a lively nightlife, and some of the finest French cuisine in the country, Marseilles is one of the livelier cities to visit. If you prefer the Vegan and vegetarian lifestyle, there is plenty to enjoy there as well. Here is a list of the top vegetarian restaurants in Marseilles, France.
The capital and largest city of Bulgaria is Sofia and its 1.5 million citizens. It is one of eastern Europe’s most dynamic capital cities and is characterized by its unique blend of Communist and European-style architecture dotted with some extremely beautiful orthodox churches. Bulgaria’s capital is also the home to some wonderful cuisine and dining opportunities including some of the best Vegan and vegetarian dining in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Constructed along the hills that overlook the estuary of the Douro River, is the busy commercial and industrial center of Porto. UNESCO awarded the historical city center World Heritage status in 1996. Porto has been inhabited ever since the Roman occupation of the 4th century. Today it is one of the more popular destinations for tourists who want to experience some of the best dining in Portugal. The following is a listing of the top restaurants of Porto, Portugal.
With its charming lush green parks, inspirational museums, and a nightlife that is absolutely pulsating, the city of Budapest is Hungary’s capital as well as one of Europe’s most delightful and enjoyable tourist destinations.However, what many international travelers are unaware of is the fact that Hungarian cuisine is comprised of a variety of entrées including Vegan and vegetarian.
One of the six states that make up the Australian continent is Queensland, which is the northeastern portion of Australia. The state is known for many attractions and sights including Daintree National Park, the Great Barrier Reef, and the Sunshine Coast. However, the Gold Coast of the southeastern portion of Queensland is one of the most visited areas in the entire state.
Colombo is the largest city of Sri Lanka but more importantly, it is viewed as the commercial and financial capital of the country as well. The city is well known as a popular tourist destination because of its numerous galleries and museums, but it is also a popular tourist area for its diverse dining venues which includes those that feature a Vegan-friendly and/or vegetarian menu. For those of you who prefer the Vegan-friendly or vegetarian lifestyle, the following is a listing of the better dining venues in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
As well as being the most populous city in Turkey, Istanbul is also known as the country’s cultural and financial center. It is referred to as the bridge between the Asian and European continents as it is situated on both sides of Bosphorus Strait which links the Black Sea with the Marmara Sea. In 2010, Istanbul was listed as one of the three cultural capitals of Europe. The city is also the home of some excellent shopping opportunities. Listed below are some of Istanbul’s best street markets to explore when visiting the city.
The city of Istanbul is the populous one in Turkey as well as being the country’s cultural and financial center. It is situated on both banks of the Bosphorus Strait between the Black and Marmara Seas. Geographically, Istanbul is the cultural and physical bridge between Asia and Europe. In 2010, the city was named as one of the three cultural capitals of Europe.
If beer aroma excites you, walk into the Guinness Storehouse. This former beer fermentation plant in the St. James’s Gate Brewery, Dublin was converted into one of the leading Irish tourist attractions in 2000. The historic building, constructed in the Chicago school of architecture style, resembles a huge pint glass that can hold more than fourteen million pints of the beer. You can familiarize yourself with major beer ingredients (barley, hops, water and yeast), used to produce a perfect spirit, at the ground floor exhibition. Buy unique apparel, memorabilia and merchandise from the Guinness Flagship Retail Store.
The city of Luang Prabang in Laos is situated at the confluence of the Mekong and Nam Khan Rivers. Up until the Communist takeover of 1975, it was also the capital city of Luang Prabang Province. Today, it is one of the more popular Laos vacation destinations and is a popular favorite of individuals who travel internationally to taste the different cuisines of the world. You will find the majority of the dining opportunities along the roads of the Mekong and Nam Khan Rivers as well as Sisavangvong Road.