Barcelona is a polished, Catalan city hugging the Mediterranean in northeast Spain, about 100 miles south of the Spanish-French border. It lures visitors year-round for its temperate climate, terrific seafood, amazing culture, architecture and art.
A day’s skiing or riding is bound to work up a hearty appetite, but the restaurants in New Hampshire’s Mt Washington Valley have you covered. Located within a few minutes of at least one of the region’s six ski mountains, these restaurants offer money-saving specials all week.
Headed to Nashville with the family? This city offers an amazing food scene, no matter your tastes. Whether you’re looking for some classic southern fare or you want to try the best of Nashville’s talented chefs, this city serves it up.
The sun-soaked beaches and piazzas of summer often come to mind when we envision what makes the perfect Italian holiday. However, there’s something to be said for visiting the country during the off season, as it presents itself as an entirely different place, with unexpectedly delightful new ways to appreciate its dolce vita in the forms of food, wine, art, culture, and sophisticated urban life. This is particularly true in Piedmont (a.k.a. Piemonte), which sits at the top of the “boot” and attaches to France.
In Chicago with the family? There are tons of places you could go and enjoy a world-class, fine-dining meal, but that’s not always a popular option when you’re traveling with kids. Here are a few places to go to enjoy some kid-friendly foods and kid-friendly atmospheres, but while still enjoying some of the most noteworthy foods Chicago has to offer. Add them all together to create your own family-friendly food tour of Chicago.