Food And Drink: Port Wine - Portugal's Famous Wine
Ambling along the banks of the Douro River at sunset, you spy a neighborhood restaurant tucked away along a winding, cobblestoned street.
Speckled with grand châteaux, medieval fortifications and quaint, cobblestoned villages, the rolling hills of the Bourgogne are steeped in history. Burgundy wine is no different; this region has been famed for its viticulture since the sixth century AD.
In the past few years, Vietnamese food has gained steadily in popularity across the globe. Renowned for its healthy ingredients, flavorful dishes and beautiful presentation, as well as the prevalence of delicious noodles, Vietnamese food is highly craveable, fresh and unique.
While Scottish cuisine might be more infamous than famous, any recent visitor to the country knows this reputation is unfair. Today, Scottish food is experimental and delicious.
Croatia’s gastronomic landscape is largely shaped by the nation’s bordering countries, and the cuisine, therefore, is best understood as a patchwork of regional foods and dishes from the fruitful Adriatic Sea, which laps Croatia’s western shore.
Eating in Asia is one of the wildest, most satisfying parts about traveling in this region. The foods are flavorful, healthy, exotic and exciting, and in terms of variety, they span a massive spectrum. Knowing what to expect from Asian cuisine can be tricky, though.
As Southeast Asia continues to gain traction in the tourism scene, Vietnam maintains a satisfying balance of popular attractions, charming villages and remote landscapes.
Machu Picchu is an ancient Inca citadel perched atop a mountain within the southern stretches of the Peruvian Amazon, and it’s a wonder in every sense of the word. Whether you visit at the peak of the Peruvian summer or brave the mud and mist of the rainy season, Machu Picchu doesn’t disappoint.
With such a rich cultural (and ecological) landscape, Europe is the ideal starting point for multiple-country trips.
Arguably the most exotic destination on Earth, Antarctica isn’t for everyone. For those captivated by the icy southern continent, though, newfound accessibility and growing concern about global warming have made it more of a tourist destination in recent years.
Africa is on nearly every adventure traveler’s radar, promising myriad memorable experiences, whether it be hiking Mount Kilimanjaro or tracking lions in the Serengeti.
Biking, hiking and wandering through Japan can certainly help you work up an appetite, and the flavors and nuances of Japanese cuisine (和食, washoku) are so culturally defining that one can gain a world of knowledge about the country and its people just by watching the way a bowl of ramen