When embarking on a journey as a tourist, one of the key considerations is how to manage your finances effectively. Should you carry large amounts of cash, rely on cards, or a combination of both? In this blog post, we will delve into the necessity of carrying cash when traveling to various destinations, including France, Spain, Italy, the United States, Tbilisi (Georgia), Morocco, Cuba, African countries, New Zealand, Australia, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, and Portugal.
We’re excited to announce a new culinary tour in Parma, in the Emilia Romagna region of Italy, full of heart and great food! From the world-renowned Parma ham and Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese to their delectable pasta dishes and flavorful sauces, every culinary creation of Parma reflects a rich heritage and meticulous craftsmanship. The people’s passion for their food shines through, making Parma a true culinary gem that has influenced Italian cuisine as a whole.
If you’re considering renting a car or bringing a car to France, this blog post is indispensable. All you need to know about surviving the French roads!
Georgia (the country🇬🇪) may not have made it to the top of your travel list yet, but here’s why it should be up there! I was greeted with warm smiles, a deep appreciation of their rich heritage and of course incredible food! Here is all you need to know about why Georgia is the newest addition to our culinary holidays.
Knowing whether to tip and how much is a delicate topic in any country. No doubt everyone wants a tip and they wouldn’t mind a large one 😉 But here we lay out what the standard practice is for tipping in France and Spain so that you can act with the appropriate etiquette without walking away with doubts and worries!
Spontaneity has its charm and it definitely has its place on a vacation but when you’re trusting your culinary holiday itinerary with someone who knows the area, you want to be sure you’re in good hands. Here are 10 tips to make your choice of culinary holiday foolproof!
Seville is full of delicious treats at any time of year, but during la Semana Santa (Holy Week) at the beginning of April, you can find an abundance of delicacies. Here are all the foods that you HAVE to try while visiting if you want an authentic experience of Seville.
April is a time of festivities in Seville and one of the major events to note in your calendar is La Semana Santa or Holy Week. You can expect music, floats, and plenty of excitement from the locals in this highly animated week. Our blog will explain what you can expect from this culturally rich week in Seville.
A look at one of the most celebrated events of the year in Seville, Spain – The Feria de Abril. A brief look at the history of this week-long festival and what sets it apart from the rest.
Travel can create memorable experiences and moments that you will cherish for a lifetime. These experiences can help us appreciate the beauty of life and the world around us. For this and other great reasons to travel keep reading….
Paris is a vast city and it is filled with activities from historic attraction to new events. So where do you start on a short trip? And what should you avoid? Well, that’s what this blog can let you know!