If you travel just to try different cuisines, then here are some places to add to your list.
If you visit this capital you can feast on some delicious street food and even try out some quirky snacks such as Balut.
In the Philippines they do not waste anything, which means that you can come across some grilled pork intestines, chicken feet and even pork curry cooked in its own blood as a sauce.
However, you will also find the classic dishes such as chicken adobo, pancit and pork barbecue.
If you are willing to go out of your comfort zone and becoming daring, then this is the perfect destination for you.
This is another capital that you need stop by for some fabulous food.
Greeks eat in family style, which means no matter where you go, you will always have food in big portions.
The Greek cuisine isn’t just about lamb and souvlaki; there’s so much to try such as pastitsio, spanakopita, tiropita, gemista, tzatziki and fasolada.
You can also find vegan and vegetarian dishes here, therefore this holiday can be suitable for anyone’s taste buds.
It is known as the food nation in Japan and there are many reasons why.
With busy streets such as Dotonbori, there are a sea of people waiting to try different Japanese street food such as takoyaki, okonomiyaki, ramen and kushikatsu.
Osaka also has restaurants that are cheaper than Tokyo and are hidden gems that locals go to.
If you are a fan of fried food, noodles and seafood, then this city is ideal for you.
Not only is this city known for its history; but it is also famous for the birthplace of the Italian gastronomy.
Forget about your diet when visiting and instead indulge on some fresh tagliatelle, crispy crostino and authentic pizza of course.
If you love art, history, shopping, walking and hearty food; then Florence is heaven for you.
Lisbon is a beautiful capital to visit and has many picturesque views from alot of hill tops.
It is also famously known for fresh grilled Sardines, as well as delicious egg custard tarts such as Pasteis de Nata.
It has amazing food halls in their shopping centres, as well as food markets such as Timeout food market.
If you enjoy outdoor activities and seafood, then this is the capital for you.
Singapore just as a country by itself is known to be one of the best for street food.
Everywhere you go in Singapore has delicious food; whether that is lavish restaurants or local street food markets, you will fully be satisfied.
Enjoy hearty dishes known and made by the locals such as Laksa, Hokkien Mee, Hainanese chicken rice and chili crab.
If you are open to all kinds of dishes, then make sure you pass by Singapore for a couple of days.