Gourmet Traveller

Europe

Travel the world in search of the ultimate gourmet destinations discovering the many unique flavours that make up an area’s culinary identity...

  • Gingerbread City

    Torun Gingerbread City

    With an abundance of sugar, spice and plenty of the other, Rosemary Barron discovers that medieval Torun is well versed in taking the biscuit.
  • A Journey in Tradition

    Burgos A Journey in Tradition

    In the north of Spain lies historic Burgos, a city with its culinary roots in the past and its nose scenting out the future. Alex Robinson explores the rich tapestry of the old Castilian capital
  • Coming over all Scilly

    Isles of Scilly Coming over all Scilly

    A part of England but not of it, Rosemary Barron finds this sub-tropical archipelago and southernmost point of the UK is in a world of its own
  • The New Greek Odyssey

    Thessaloniki The New Greek Odyssey

    With a hefty heritage, yet little global recognition, Greek Macedonian wine is due its time in the sun, says Rosemary Barron. Meet the people elevating Grecian grapes to their status of yore
  • Well heeled

    Lecce Well heeled

    The stunning stiletto on Italy’s boot, Lecce is the engine room of Puglian produce. Nick Savage wonders at baroque architecture, sensual pasta and locals who strive to keep tradition alive
  • Great Dane

    South-west Jutland, Denmark Great Dane

    Denmark’s South-west Jutland has wild, empty spaces, a huge design heritage and experimental chefs only too keen to plunder the land’s natural larder, says Anthea Gerrie
  • Croatian Creation

    Korcula Croatian Creation

    With ancient fortified walls protecting its bounteous produce, Korcula has some of the best seafood in Europe and some of the most skilled masters preparing it, says Anthea Gerrie
  • Aged Before Beauty

    Modena, Italy Aged Before Beauty

    Modena and its environs make some of Italy’s finest foods – good enough for local son, Pavarotti, to sing about. Marc Millon finds they taste even better fresh from the source
  • Lyon’s Share

    Lyon, France Lyon’s Share

    Known for its nouvelle cuisine, this centre of gastronomy has its roots in a much homelier style of cooking. Anthea Gerrie tastes the best and discovers the mères who taught today’s masters.
  • Belgian Bounty

    Ardennes Belgian Bounty

    The canopy of the Ardennes' vast forests hides far more than an infamous European battleground. Michael Raffael uncovers a rich culinary heritage preserved by artisans of brewing and baking, cheese and charcuterie
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