Our regions are rich in culinary traditions and have evolved over the last decade to provide world-class epicurean experiences and dining. While one might not make it the sole focus of each day, we have a variety of immersive culinary experiences from tastings to hands-on cooking classes that intertwine throughout a cultural itinerary perfectly.
Let us introduce you to the artisan olive oil producer, the seasoned truffle hunter, the expert oyster farmer and numerous fine wineries. Spend an afternoon with our truffle hunter and his expert dogs as together you discover this hidden delicacy in Istria. The Pelješac peninsula on the Dalmatian coast is renowned for its oysters. Travel on your own private boat to a small island and meet our local oyster farmer who will explain the secrets of his trade and serve a delicious lunch.
From the vineyards of Germany, Switzerland, Hungary and Austria to the multiple Michelin Star restaurants in Berlin and Vienna, Central Europe is a delightful culinary surprise. Enjoy a private wine tour with our expert in Austria; learn to gook pierogi in Poland; discover the history of chocolate in Switzerland or walk down a gastronomic trail in Hungary.
Georgian hospitality, food and wine is the stuff of legend and has gotten more and more press lately. It’s one of the main reasons to travel through the country, meeting locals and connecting over food and drink. Get hands-on at a local khachapuri making class and taste traditional wines that have been cultivated for more than 7,000 years!
New Nordic Cuisine needs no introduction: fresh ingredients and foraged products cooked (or raw), to enhance the flavors on your plate. In Stockholm, take a foodie walking tour in bohemian Sodermalm and meet with local artisanal producers or enjoy an evening learning to cook with local gastro-chefs. In Copenhagen, enjoy the quirky experience of the bike chef! Outside of Bergen, visit a private cheese farm or journey the cider route and taste some of the best fruit ciders and juices in the region.
Moscow & St Petersburg are experiencing a food renaissance. Local chefs are finessing the quality local ingredients available such as Kamchatka crab, local specialty beef and, of course, caviar. Enjoy dinner in one of St. Petersburg’s top farm to table restaurants and a specialist Russian wine tasting or, for something more traditional, learn about the different types of caviar with a tasting and vodka pairing.