The Culinary Travel Guide
We’re out searching for the world’s best culinary experiences so you don’t have to
What motivates your travel choices? If you’re like us, it’s all about the food and drink.
Here at The Culinary Travel Guide, our mission is to find the best food travel experiences around the world and share them with you – through our articles, editorial, interviews and photo essays. We’re your source for food travel news, reviews, inspiration and more.
Learn to create healthy, aesthetically refined and flavorful cuisine in beautiful Hua Hin, Thailandread more
A harvest table dinner at Sunshine Farm is something worth getting excited about.read more
When it comes to taste-driven travel experiences, Barcelona will spoil you with choices.read more
Q & A with three-time Emmy® Award winning television writer, producer, photographer, video consultant and world traveler, Lisa Lubinread more
For a true Italian experience, a good place to start is in the South.read more
I arrived in Milwaukee with a lot of expectations. Being brought to tears by a bearded biker and a Harley was not one of them.read more
10 apps that take the hassle out of the trip planning processread more
Based in Vancouver, Michaela Morris is a wine writer and educator who knows how to wield a saber.read more
Today’s food trippers are searching for an even deeper connection to food and the local terroir.read more
Where to eat, drink, and people watch in Vegasread more
Q & A with Steven Gram, taste tester & teller of beer truths (not really but that sounds more fun than his day job).read more
Photojournalist Michael Saint James shares his opinion on the controversial Love Locksread more
the pursuit and enjoyment of unique and memorable food and drink experiences,
both far and near
pursuit & enjoyment
The best cooking classes, food tours and culinary vacations take you on a delicious journey involving all of your senses: sight, smell, taste, touch and sound.
unique & memorable
Authenticity is one of the essential ingredients for memorable food travel. It’s all about discovering the special characteristics, the terroir, of a local cuisine.
food & drink
Culinary travel doesn’t necessarily mean gourmet or expensive. It’s just as likely to involve a wide-eyed walk through a lively food market as it is an unforgettable meal at a Michelin star restaurant.
far & near
You may not spend every day pursuing amazing food experiences in exotic locations, but head over to Chinatown for dim sum, and guess what? You’re still a culinary traveler.
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world’s best food markets