Food and Wine
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3 December 2015
Some insider tips on what makes Milan special during the month of December.
12 October 2015
We sit down with Context docent and wine expert Frédéric Duverger to whet our appetites for wines of Provence and get some coveted tips on how to identify and choose the best of what the region has to offer.
25 September 2015
Deep Traveler and Milan local, Margherita from The Crowded Planet, shares five of her favorite restaurants in Milan.
20 September 2015
We explore the cuisine of Athens and the delicious surprises that await during your next trip to the Greek capital.
7 September 2015
We sit down with docent and local food expert Helena Vaello to dive into the deeper meaning of tapas and tavernas in the Spanish capital.
24 August 2015
Our quick tips for putting together a satisfying foodie experience in Rome.
15 August 2015
Five valuable tips for delectable photos from our London experts.
27 July 2015
Our Vienna annotated meal experience, Tasting Tradition, delves into both the classic and lesser-known dishes in the company of a passionate and knowledgeable food anthropologist. Here are some of our favorites to whet your appetite.
7 June 2015
We’ve teamed up with Taste Hungary to offer some Deep Travel experiences in Budapest that combine culture and cuisine.
3 June 2015
We give you five good reasons to visit our newest city in Italy – Milan.
23 May 2015
To mark the launch of our programs in Aix-en-Provence and Marseille, France manager Sara shares here 5 incentives for traveling south.
13 May 2015
Three of our Italy docents explain what we can learn about 16th-century food traditions and habits by looking at the art from that period.
22 April 2015
We look at the best beers and wines of Berlin, Prague, and Vienna with our experts.
14 April 2015
We look at Tuscany, our newest program in Italy, with all its incredible art, architecture, food, and wine.
19 March 2015
Looking to try something new in Paris? Docent and culinary expert Preston Mohr shares five offbeat cheeses to nibble on your next trip.