As foodie couples, a honeymoon wouldn’t be complete without a gastronomic food crawl. Here are the top places where you can spend a romantic honeymoon or mini-moon and fulfil your desires as a food-loving couple:
France has a culture based on amazing cuisine and wine. French food has inspired the world of gastronomy and is still considered the bedrock of cook technique. It has a rich culture, many famous landmarks, and prominent places, among them, are Burgundy and Paris. Blessed with serene, historical villages, Burgundy offers more than its natural charm. Newlywed foodies can enjoy traditional specialities such as fondue and beef bourguignon while enjoying wine fresh from the vineyard’s cellar.
Immerse yourselves in the simple delights of street cafes in Paris, sipping coffee and eating croissants. There’s no lacking in romantic places to visit either. Whether it’s visiting the Eiffel Tower or spending a date night in a restaurant, Paris has it all for you.
Indian delicacies are a wonder to behold and have inspired the world. Rich in spices and deep in flavours, Indian food offers very varied dishes from region to region. Travelling around on your honeymoon will really give you a taste of what India has to offer. Although it is a favourite destination for backpackers roughing it because of how cheap it is, India has plenty to offer honeymooners looking to enjoy a luxury romantic getaway.
If you don’t know where to start, going to see a luxury India tour provider will help you carve out the holiday you really want. You get to sightsee monumental sights such as the Taj Mahal in Agra and visit Alappuzha in Kerala to experience houseboat cruises. While in tours, you should not miss out on their traditional delicacies either.
Try the iconic street foods like Petha made from white pumpkin and Paratha, a breakfast dish from wheat stuffed with grated potatoes, cauliflowers, and carrots.
Planning to honeymoon to Japan? Obviously, you’d have to try to exquisite sushi and other traditional Japanese dishes, like Yakitori and Udon noodles. Despite being an industrial country, Japan has managed to preserve its culture beautifully. Admire the majestic imperial castles at Tokyo while indulging yourself with a warm bowl of ramen. You can also visit Mount Fuji for mountain climbing and enjoy a plate of Japanese curry. A great insider tip is to visit at Japanese Christmas time and head out to Hacuba skiing for an alternative active honeymoon.
Nothing gets more romantic than Italy. Or so they say. As a well-visited tourist spot, Italy has many stunning and historically well-preserved places well worth seeing. Among some of the best places worth seeing are Tuscany and Sicily and both are perfect for a romantic wine tasting Italy honeymoon. Regarded as the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance, newly-weds can spend their afternoon admiring the architectural designs of Duomo in Florence, Tuscany, or Valley of Temples in Agrigento, Sicily.
Book a private tour in both places wherein you can get to know more of some hidden gems regarding food and wine. When visiting, foodies shouldn’t forget to try traditional dishes such as lemon granita from Sicily and Panzanella from Tuscany, or you’ll miss half of the fun!
There are more things to Canada aside from maple syrup and harsh winter season. Like all other places, Canada has its must-try dishes to eat and places to visit. Poutine, Canada’s most famous culinary gem, can be easily bought in any Canadian diner. Nanaimo bars and butter tarts are also perfect for foodies with a sweet tooth.
So, if you’re planning to go to Canada for a honeymoon, you can visit the Niagara Falls and the Rocky Mountains without missing out on these delicacies as these can be bought in any place.
Each destination has its unique dishes to enjoy. So, to have the best honeymoon ever, make sure you make that right decision make sure you pick the destination that fits your tastes.