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Icons of South America

Experience the inspiring culture and natural beauty of Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Peru on this Discoveries trip.

4.5 53 reviews

From €7,084 pp

Visiting

  1. Argentina

    Bariloche Buenos Aires Iguassu Falls

  2. Brazil

    Rio De Janeiro

  3. Chile

    Puerto Varas Santiago

  4. Peru

    Aguas Calientes Cuzco Lima

Georgia and Armenia Uncovered

New for 2021

From €2,150 pp

Visiting

  1. Armenia

    Yerevan

  2. Georgia

    Akhasheni Dilijan Dzoraget Goris Mtskheta Sagarejo Shinuhayr Tbilisi Yeghegnadzor

Irish Experience

Dublin and Belfast feature in this Country Explorer trip that journeys through the North and South of Ireland.

4.8 752 reviews

From €2,275 pp

Visiting

  1. Ireland

    Blarney Dublin Galway Iveragh Peninsula Kilkenny Killarney Kylemore Lahinch New Ross Waterford

  2. United Kingdom

    Belfast Belleek Bushmills Londonderry


10 Day Trip

5 Cities in

1 Country

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Tastes and Sounds of the South

Join us for a little honky-tonk, home cookin', hot-footed hoedown and a whole lot of Rock 'n' Roll.

4.7 436 reviews

From €2,595 pp

Visiting

  1. United States

    Jackson Memphis Nashville Natchez New Orleans

15 Day Trip

8 Cities in

2 Countries

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Treasures of Thailand with Cambodia's Angkor

The temples and tuk tuks of Bangkok give way to the ancient traditions of Chiang Mai on this in-depth trip.

4.2 25 reviews

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Visiting

  1. Cambodia

    Angkor Siem Reap

  2. Thailand

    Bangkok Chiang Mai Damnoen Saduak Kanchanaburi Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Sukhothai


All you need to know about Food Travel

What are food tours?

When you travel for food, the best way to discover a country’s culinary scene is to join a local food tour. Our food tours are led by Local Specialists who reveal all the delicious secrets of the country’s food scene. You’ll visit markets to source ingredients, join a cooking class, learn about the history and culture of the cuisine, and sample plenty of tasty food.

What snacks are good for travel?

You’ll discover plenty of new snacks wherever you travel, but it’s also a great idea to bring a few snacks from home for long journeys. The best travel snacks are small, lightweight and airport-security approved, like granola bars, crisps and dried fruit and nuts. Be sure to bring a reusable water bottle to stay hydrated on your food holiday and a re-useable coffee cup too.

Which city has the best street food?

You’ll find some of the world’s greatest food in side alleys and street corners. The cities with the best street food include Singapore with their incredible hawker malls, Thailand with their sizzling woks, and Mexico with carts full of steaming tamales. We also love the fresh banh mi served on the streets of Vietnam and the gelato and pizza hole-in-the-wall options in Italy.

Which country in Europe has the best food?

Europe is home to some of the world’s greatest food, but which European cuisine is best? Crowd favourites include Italy for their pizza and pasta, France for their pastries and cheese, Spain for their paella and tapas, and Germany for their beer and bratwurst. We also love Georgia for their khinkali and rich stews, and Croatia for their seafood and roast lamb.


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