Where to Eat in Paris When You’re Vegetarian

If you tell a French person you don’t eat meat, they will feed you chicken. If you politely remind that French person that you do not, in fact, eat meat…they will stare vacantly at you then probably feed you fish. How my mum eventually explained it...
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A Local’s Guide to Palermo with Marco Romeo

Palermo local Marco Romeo launched the StrEat Palermo Tour in 2013, offering walking tours through the exotic and mysterious squares and markets of the Sicilian capital. Visitors are invited to explore 2,000 years of history "in two bites, two steps...
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Celebrate St George’s Day with a very English day out in London

England is having such a moment right now... Not only is it St. George’s Day today but it was Queen Elizabeth's birthday on Tuesday too (happy birthday ma’am), so what else would we publish today but something that celebrates all things totally and...
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Five of Dublin’s Best Brunch Spots

Whether you've woken up too late for breakfast or you're in need of a pit-stop between seeing the sights, these five Dublin brunch spots will get you back on your feet and ready to take on the Irish capital in no time. Sister Sadie, Harrington...
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Budget Bites: Cheap Food and Street Food, Berlin

Here’s some really good news for anyone who wants to visit Berlin on a budget: it’s really easy to eat well there for very little money. I went on a mission - to have a cheap and cheerful weekend there, and to eat well without spending a lot. Meals...
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From Little Acorns: Spain’s Most Expensive Ham

Actually, it's the whole world's most expensive ham. But it's Spain's ham, and Spain is the best place to taste it. Today is International Cold Cuts Day. Yes, that's a thing now. And yes, it's silly to keep turning arbitrary dates into official...
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Saints and Sardines: Lisbon’s Festival of Santo Antonio

Young, free, single...hungry? Fly to Lisbon this June, the Portuguese capital is ready to welcome you to one of Europe's most colourful street parties - the Festival of Santo Antonio. The festivities can be traced back to an event in the 13th...
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You’re Welcome… A Day In Rome On Us

Right. We’ve done the maths. We’ve crunched the numbers. We've figured out that the average savings you make on a Ryanair flight to Rome from London for a long weekend over Easter, compared to the lowest fares from the 6 next cheapest airlines, is a...
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How to Choose Great Rome Restaurants

This is Rome, where restaurants are as ubiquitous as guys selling selfie-pods (yes they are a thing now, and yes, of course I bought one). And just as it's difficult to know whether the selfie-pod guy is really giving you his best price, knowing...
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Happy Hangover: Six of Edinburgh’s Best Brunch Spots

Wild weekend planned in Edinburgh, but no clue where to fuel up between pints?  Good thing we've done the thinking for you and gathered six of the city's top food experts to get their tips on where to eat out on the morning after the night before. ...
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The Ultimate French Food Buck-eat List

You probably already know how good French food is, unless you've been living under a giant wheel of Camembert your whole life. Which, to be fair, wouldn't be the worst place to live (unless you suffered from lactose intolerance, and providing you had...
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