reveals top destinations for foodie travellers

 Monday, July 17, 2017 


parisAlmost half (44%) of global travellers consider exploring global cuisines a hobby of theirs, so digging into the local delicacies of a culinary capital of the world is a treat many travellers can’t wait to enjoy. With over half of people (51%) admitting to indulging in a local delicacy within 24 hours of arrival on holiday and seven in ten (69%) within two hours of arrival,, the global leader in connecting travellers with the widest choice of incredible places to stay, brings you the top destinations to explore for your favourite gastronomic pleasures, according to millions of travel reviewers.


Pizza lovers should head to Naples, Italy, as travellers rank this the best destination for the perfect pizza in their reviews. Celebrated for culinary know-how, Naples offers not only the best pizza but is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with impressive archaeological riches to explore before a break for the iconic Neapolitan pizza with tomatoes and mozzarella cheese, a slice of heaven!


For sensational seafood check out Los Abrigos found on Spanish Canary Island, Tenerife’s south coast. The sun soaked coastal village is awash with colourful fishing boats and the charming harbour is the perfect backdrop to enjoy the local shellfish.


Try delectable dim sum in Trang, Thailand. This tranquil hideaway offers secluded beaches and sublime turquoise waters on Thailand’s far southern coast. Ahead of a day spent relaxing on the fine white sands or uncovering the lagoons, waterfalls and hidden caves, enjoy a local tradition of dim sum for breakfast alongside some real Thai coffee.


Tokyo takes the first place for both sushi and ramen, no surprise as one of the world’s most exhilarating dining destinations and the city boasts the world’s highest volume of Michelin stars in any city. Beyond savouring these popular specialty dishes there is so much to see and do in this neon-bright lively city.


To find out where to head to for your favourite foodie dish or past time, brings you the top location for each as endorsed by millions of travel reviewers.


A photo good enough to eat


In addition to the pure pleasure of tasting new dishes, travellers can also get a thrill from taking photos of their food and sharing with others. This is a growing trend and what better time to get the most beautiful shot then from combining new food and travel. From the precision and beauty of gourmet dishes in uptown New York, to the colour explosions in the street stalls of Indonesia, these moments provide the perfect opportunity to create mouth-watering photos for your social feeds.


The nationalities who are snapping and posting the most photos when it comes fanciful food in reviews, are the artistic English, followed by the tech-savvy Americans and true food aficionados the Italians.


Tips for taking the best food photo that make it look good enough to eat from include:


Make the most of the light – natural light is the best light to capture your tantalizing dish – to make the most of the natural light, pick a seat s by a window or in an outdoor area

Think about the composition and shape – turn your food into a work of art and try multiple shots at multiple angles

Keep the frame clean, tight and focus on the details of the food

Don’t overuse filters, let the beauty of the food speak for itself

Capture people interacting with food

Most importantly, take the photo quickly so you can enjoy your scrumptious photo subject!


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