Art, history, culture, diversity and of course food and beer capture the essence of Philly on this epic journey through our city’s great neighborhoods! From Jewish delis to Italian markets, churches, cemeteries, public art, and local craft beer, this tour gives you a slice of the real Philly. See the iconic landmarks that shaped America before tapping into Philly's legendary beer scene on this total Philly adventure.
Taste a different Rome! Come and taste the best beers crafted in Rome with a guide introducing you to the Italian Craft Beer World! The tour takes place in Trastevere and Campo de’Fiori districts. You will taste a variety of beers delighting your palate eating special homemade chips to be paired with one of the special beers.
On this three-hour food and beer adventure, you'll taste some of the best bites and brews Denver has to offer. Learn about the city's thriving craft beer and food scenes while you explore the RiNo Arts District, known for its incredible street art.We’ll start and end inside the Denver Central Market, a hub for gourmet vendors and popular hang-out spot for Denver locals. We’ll visit five restaurants and try delicious local dishes with beer pairings. You’ll taste authentic wood-fired pizza, fresh sushi-grade ahi tuna poke, tasty Mexican tacos from one of the most popular Denver chefs, traditional Italian dishes made from scratch, and ice cream from one of Food and Wine Magazine’s top ice creameries in the country. While you eat, you'll sip four craft beers locally-brewed and specifically paired with tastings to showcase the best of Denver's brew district.
Cheese, wine and beer tasting in heart of Florence taught in English by an expert! Italy is the country with the highest production of cheese in the world, with over 2500 traditional varieties!Learn to use yours "five wits" with a fun game to evaluate your cheese and tor know what styles or key words to look for.Learn how to taste the cheese properly and pair it with wine and craft Italian beer. Learn the correct way to say the names of Italian cheese!During our two hours tasting, you will taste 6 or more cheeses paired with unique beverages to discover main Italian cheese and some other very unusual ones, paired with honey, jams, bread and focaccia, extra-virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar.You'll also learn how it's made (aged, stored and enjoyed) as well as how to cut it. A day spent walking around Florence can certainly create an appetite, so the wine and cheese servings are generous!
Discover the hidden world of Perth's amazing food and culture on this 3 hour food tour of some of the inner city's best kept secrets. Hosted by an expert local guide, you'll uncover special local delicacies and out-of-the-way backstreet bars, learn about the rich cultural history of the area and marvel at spectacular street art. There's Asian street food, Italian pastries, local craft beer, artisan chocolate and more - a whole world of amazing taste sensations available in the one city exploration adventure!
Experience the best travel stories for yourself! Join a local expert and uncover hidden gems on this Lonely Planet Experience powered by Urban Adventures. From Italian to Middle Eastern, American to all things artisan, this Washington DC food tour reveals where to find the very best bites in DC. Sample everything from craft beer and pizza to delicious pastries and freshly baked bread. As we swagger down the road, tasting the city as we go, your local guide will fill you in on all the juiciest historic gossip from H Street and beyond.
Portland's growing hot spot for new restaurants, distillers, oyster shuckers, brewers, roasters, smokers, bakers and more is on Munjoy Hill, along Washington Ave. and East Bayside! There are new food and beverage spots opening up left and right, and this tour will visit several of the bright new stars while highlighting all the culinary pioneers in this newly revitalized area for wining and dining. This tour starts atop scenic Munjoy Hill with the "butteriest croissants", just singled out as a contributor to Portland earning the "Restaurant City of the Year" by Bon Appetite (August, 2018) Then it's a walk past the historic Portland Observatory and Eastern Cemetery with a history lesson in route. The moveable feast continues on Washington and MAY include some of the following: from Triple D famous fried clams, smoked meats, seafood chowder, freshly shucked oysters, frites cooked in duck fat, the "real" Italian & craft beer.
Roman cuisine (cucina romana) was born in Testaccio. Testaccio is not only home to the famous quinto quarto (offal) that Rome is renowned for; it’s also the place where you’ll get away from the tourist crowds and get a glimpse of daily life. Meanwhile, you’ll discover a hidden gem of restaurant that’s set right into Monte Testaccio itself, find out what coda and trapizzino are (and, more importantly, what they taste like!), and sample Italian craft beers!Our movable feast through Testaccio is perfect for the adventurous foodie who’s looking to try something that pushes the boundaries beyond pizza and pasta. Our local guides will regale you with personal stories, fascinating history, and a unique glimpse into local Roman life. Plus, as this is an evening tour, you can expect plenty of wine, spirits and beer along the way! Why sit down to dinner when you can eat, learn and meet the locals all in one adventuresome evening?
Take a trip into 'The New York Times’ much-loved “36 Hours” travel column in one day! Inspired by tips from Times journalists and local experts, celebrate the mix of Gothic, Art Nouveau and Brutalist buildings in the city and go behind the scenes at the locals' favorite Italian restaurant. Then taste delicious local cuisine, craft beer and Moravian wine at a trendy bistro. Our adventure will continue as we cross the river to explore a pretty, lesser known neighborhood with hidden cafes, jazz clubs and wine bars. Our final stop will be at a 17th-century villa turned museum to talk architecture, cinema and cake!New York Times Exclusives:Behind-the-Scenes Access: Take a behind-the-scenes kitchen tour with a chef at La Bottega LinkaHands-on Element: Write with a quill or have a go at printing books the old fashioned way like the nuns did at St. Agnes MonasteryLocal Interactions: Take a tour with an expert through the Werich Villa, the former home of a Czech actor