Culinary Travel and Food Tours

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Foodies all across the globe are heading out for new gastronomical culinary travel wine baradventures that will delight their taste buds and tempt their palates.

Culinary travel centered around food (and drink) have become extremely popular. In fact, according to the 2016 Food Travel Monitor, a global study conducted by the World Food Travel Association, 95 percent of American travelers are interested in some kind of unique food experience when they plan their vacations.

People are heading deep into wine country, taking immersion cooking classes, seeking out obscure roadside stands, perusing local open air markets, and delving into the unique cultural cuisine of an area.

Culinary travel making sushiPlan Your Next Food Tour

Make your next vacation about culinary travel.

What is your favorite type of food? Plan a trip to thculinary travel vineyardat country.

Have you always wanted to know how to cook the perfect pasta dish? Why not learn from an Italian Chef?

Do you want to taste the grapes that make your favorite french wine? Book a flight to France and stomp around the vineyard where all the magic happens.

Is your mouth watering yet?

One Bite at A Time

By the way, Air Ambulance Card has a weekly food blog called One Bite at a Time. We pick a different city around the world and tell you all about the unique dishes from that region. If you don’t see the city you are interested in, let us know and we’ll add it to the list.

Culinary Food Tours Around the World

If you need a little inspiration or just can’t quite decide where to go check out these links.

10 Mouth-Watering Culinary Tours Around the World by Fodors Travel.

The Culinary Travel Guide

SAVEUR’s Favorite Culinary Destinations

Edible Destinations by Epitourean

Culinary Travel by Honest Cooking

One More Thing…

While you are eating your way through your next adventure, please be sure to also plan for possible medical emergencies that may arise. If you do get sick or hurt far from home, you will want to get home quickly and safely. Don’t have a plan?

Get a plan!

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