The capital of France is world-famous for its Eiffel Tower, Arc de Triomphe, and the Louvre. Nonetheless, the French are also very proud of their culinary skills. Waking up in the morning with a coffee and croissants, having lunch at a bistro while eating a Croque Monsieur, snacking on crepes while strolling around the Latin Quarter, or dining at a café with a bottle of red wine and a plate of escargots are all valid options while visiting Paris.
Although the average travelers would not consider Bologna as their first stop on their Italy trip itinerary, foodie travelers should. Bologna brings foodie experience to a whole new level. The city is not only home to the productions of Parmigiano-Reggiano, the Parma ham, and the Balsamic vinegar, but the proud founding city of the Bolognese ragù. Travelers will be able to indulge in some of the most amazing lasagna or tagliatelle with Bolognese ragù while sipping on the semi-sweet Lambrusco wine.
For some of the most authentic, delicious and fresh Sushi in the world, Tokyo is the place to be. Travelers should add Japan to their list if they want to experience something different and unique. Between visiting the hidden izakayas or the Tsukiji fish market, visitors will have the chance to embark on an adventurous ride by trying dishes they never heard of before.
Thai food is universally loved, so why not visit the capital of Thailand and experience the country's authentic dishes. Travelers will be able to stroll through the streets of Bangkok and have a unique culinary experience as they try out various Thai dishes made by the street vendors or at the night markets. On the other hand, Bangkok is also home to some Michelin star restaurants that are worth to check out.