A Costa Rica culinary vacation is a must for any foodie! Try the national dish called the gallo pinto, or the Casado, which funnily enough translates to married man. Nibble on some bocas, Costa Rican appetizers, or try the seafood soup called ceviche, and the chicharron, the crispy pig. For desert, have the tres leches and wash it all down with some agua de pipa, green coconut water, or michelada, a popular Costa Rican beer. Book yourself a spot on a Costa Rica food tour and discover your next favorite culinary destination!
One of the main reasons why travelers (including me) keep returning to Spain is because we ended up falling in love with Spanish food. So it comes to no surprise that Spanish cuisine has been thriving in terms of popularity – especially in the past decade or so.
Winter is a time where we transition from light, summery dishes to comforting and fun foods that can be enjoyed on a rainy Sunday afternoon with family and loved ones. Christmas is a great time to celebrate all the food which is on offer, as well as all the fun and exciting events taking place this wonderful time of year.
Welcome to New York City, the cultural hub of the world and every foodie traveler’s paradise. It is a city too vast and culturally diverse to be experienced in a single trip, but if you plan your trip just right, you will be able to enjoy some of the tastiest culinary dishes and the most creative cocktails on the East Coast!