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Portugal’s southernmost region, the Algarve, is rich in stunning beaches and picturesque fishing villages. Which can only mean that Algarve cuisine naturally includes plenty of tuna, octopus, squid, and cuttlefish. Try the santola , or the caldo verde soup, they’re absolutely delicious. For dessert, do sample some arroz doce and morgados. Book your spot on one of our many Algarve food tours and go to culinary heaven!
Food is an inseparable part of any culture. A country’s cuisine doesn’t only show you what and how the locals eat but also reflects a country’s long history. For example, when mentioning Vietnamese cuisine, we can’t help but talk about the harmony in ingredients, cooking style, and the eating customs.
Offering the best in Lombardy, Bergamo is a splendid city that abounds in rustic local specialties, fine dining, and fantastic local wines. Nestled up high, with scenic views over vineyards and the southern plains right through to the Alps, Bergamo is Northern Italy’s best keep secret.
When we think of a good meal, we all have our own personal preferences, but pastries are commonly found on our dinner tables. The 21st century didn’t just bring a technological boom; it also brought some medical conditions that keep many people away from their favorite activities or foods.