Category: European Food and Drink


Ordering Pizza al Taglio in Rome

No trip to Rome is complete without experiencing a staple of Roman food: “pizza al taglio.” This dish originated in Rome and can be found on almost every street. “Pizza al taglio” is pizza by the slice, paid for by weight, and translates to “cut pizza.” No worries if you… Read More

Undiscovered Food Gems of Florence

As a tourist, you might sometimes want the comfort of the familiar: going to Starbucks while in a different country just feels “safe.” But, we encourage you to step out of your comfort zone and try some of the food, drink, and snack places in Florence that are highly recommended… Read More

3 Places to Eat and Drink in Pisa

Pisa, Italy is famous for its Leaning Tower, but the city also has a lot to offer when it comes to food and drink. From traditional Tuscan cuisine to trendy bars. So here are the 3 places to eat and drink in Pisa that you won’t want to miss. Read More

Croissant vs Cornetto: What is the difference?

Croissants and cornetti are both delicious and tempting pastries, but what sets them apart? In this blog post, we’ll highlight their differences and get you ready to act as a pastry pro on your next trip to Europe. Croissant in France Croissants, a staple of French cuisine, are flaky,… Read More

Paris in 3 Days: The perfect first visit

Known for its art, culture, and history, Paris is a must-see destination for any traveler visiting Europe. With its iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, charming streets, delicious cuisine, and vibrant atmosphere, Paris offers something for everyone. Whether you’re an art lover, a foodie, or… Read More

Eurochocolate is just few weeks away

If you were impressed looking at the marble sculptures placed all over Rome, then imagine watching a live artistic performance of chocolate sculpting by world’s famous chocolate masters. That’s right. Every year, Italy hosts an entire festival called EUROCHOCOLATE, unquestionably, the biggest festival in Europe. Thousands of visitors come… Read More

How to make traditional Italian limoncello?

What is limoncello? If you’ve ever been to the Amalfi Coast, you’ll know exactly what limoncello is. Lemon trees grow along the streets of the picturesque towns. You’ll see shops full of this delicious lemony liqueur, many of which offer tastings and a peek into their distillation process. There’ll be… Read More