TOP 5 European cities for foodies

"One cannot think well, love well and sleep well if one has not dined well." - Virginia Woolf

PARIS, France

France is a country with the most successful restaurants across the globe. All of them were chosen by The World’s 50 Best Restaurants. In Menton, France you can visit #1 restaurant in the world, MIRAZUR followed by restaurants in Paris: Arpège, Septime, Alain Ducasse au Plaza Athénée, Alléno Paris au Pavillon Ledoyen and more. In conclusion, if your traveling depends on food, your next destination must be France.


There are many things a visitor should not miss during his stay in Barcelona and one of them is trying Spanish cuisine. From spicy tapas to fresh seafood and traditional roasts, food in Spain is all about making the most of the best local produce. Spain is one of the countries with the most successful restaurants on a world’s scale, for example, a restaurant DISFRUTAR in Barcelona is voted #9 on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.


Food in London — where to start? This is a city defined by its diversity, known for its cosmopolitan nature and its willingness to embrace anything and everything no matter where it is coming from. London’s restaurants are as diverse as its people, a mish-mash of flavors, styles and designs that offer something different every time. But once you are there, you must visit THE CLOVE CLUB – #27 on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list or LYLE’S – #33 on the list.


PRAGUE, Czech Republic

Prague is aptly named the city of a hundred spires, but to the gastronomically inclined it’s also known as the city of a thousand restaurants. Prague’s cosmopolitan character is reflected by its increasingly international and excellent cuisine. Skilled chefs are cooking up inventive food across the city – even the revered Michelin people think so. As of the 2019 Michelin City Guide, Prague is now home to two restaurants with Michelin stars and four Bib Gourmand honorees – LA DEGUSTATION, ALCRON…

LA DEGUSTATION, Czech Republic


If you want to check out some of Copenhagen’s restaurants, you will discover that the city has a large number of those for all budgets, from the cheap eats to the very pricey ones. When it comes to the diversity of cuisines, it is no less diverse, whether it comes to specialized restaurants of those that combine dishes from various parts of the world on their menus. But if you travel to Copenhagen, then you must take your time to visit the restaurant NOMA, which is ranked as #2 best restaurant in the world. You must also visit GERANIUM – #5 on The World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.

NOMA, Denmark

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  1. Vegan and vegetarian food is becoming ubiquitous now but, if you are looking particularly for that, then Vilnius, Lithuania probably tops the list. It is mainstream there. I agree that Prague is a top notch food destination.

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