Food and wine tourism: top 5 destinations for 2024

The food and wine tourism It’s a fast-growing trend in Italy, and 2024 promises to be a year in which even more Italians will choose their travel destinations based on their passion for food.

This phenomenon, which combines the discovery of new cultures with the taste of typical dishes, represents a rich and exciting travel experience.

The Tramundi platform, specializing in organized group tours, has selected five ideal destinations for a full immersion in local cuisines.

Morocco

Morocco offers a culinary experience that combines Berber, Arab-Andalusian and Jewish traditions. Dishes like couscous, Tajine and Pastilla represent a journey through unique flavors and aromas.

A tour of Morocco can include stops in Marrakesh, with tastings and visits to spice markets, and Essaouira, a paradise for fish and seafood lovers.

North India

India
North India

North Indian cuisine is characterized by the use of vegetables, pulses and refined spices such as chillies, mint and saffron.

A trip to this part of India can include cooking lessons with local families, offering an authentic and immersive experience in preparing traditional dishes such as naan, rooti and paratha.

Mexico

Mexico
Mexico

Recognized by UNESCO as a cultural heritage, Mexican cuisine varies greatly between regions.

A food tour of Mexico might include tasting pulque, discovering Yucatan’s Pollo Pibil, and sampling typical desserts such as marquesitas and arroz con leche, sold by street vendors.

Vietnam
Vietnam

In Vietnam, the best places to eat are often family-run, with simple settings but full of authentic flavors.

A trip to Vietnam includes cooking lessons with local families, from selecting ingredients at the market to preparing dishes, offering full immersion in Vietnamese cuisine.

Sicily
Sicily

Sicily, with its rich culinary offer, represents an ideal destination for food and wine tourism in Italy.

A tour of Sicily can include chocolate tastings in Modica, visits to the Florio cellars in Marsala, historic food stops in Palermo and tours of the Etna park, with visits to bee farms and tastings of handmade honey and local products.

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