MilesGeek and Eating Europe are sponsoring an Eating Europe Food Tour Giveaway for the month of June. The prize? A voucher for two for any tour offered by Eating Europe. The voucher may be used to pay for any tour booked through Eating Europe and taken between July 1, 2017 and June 30, 2018. Click here to enter.
Even if your name isn’t drawn you can still benefit. Eating Europe is continuing to offer a discount code for MilesGeek readers. It can be used for 10% off of any of their tours through 2017, for new bookings only. Code: MILESGEEK
The recent launch of new Eating Europe Tours in Rome, Florence, London and Prague was the inspiration for the current giveaway.
Newest Eating Europe Food Tours
Eating Italy Evening Tour in Florence – Less than a year after the launch of its first food tour in Florence, Eating Italy has introduced a new tour in stunning Florence. The new tour departs in the evening and takes visitors through the area of Santo Spirito. The Florence Sunset Food Tour is now bookable on Eating Italy’s website.
During the 3.5hrs tour you can experience Florence’s nightlife and walk the cobblestoned streets of Santo Spirito while enjoying drinks and artisan foods at seven different stops.
Highlights of the Florence Sunset Food Tour include shopping for groceries the Italian way at an alimentari (deli).
You will also sample the finished recipe after a live cooking demonstration. And what food tour in Italy would be complete without a taste of gelato?
Cooking Class – Eating Italy also offers a Cooking Class in Florence on selected dates, 9.30am – 2pm, €85 adults, €65 (adolescents), €45 (children). The day starts with a shopping trip with your chef to buy from small, family-run shops and market stalls. After picking herbs from the rooftop terrace you will put on your aprons, roll up your sleeves, and begin preparing your feast.
I am looking forward to my own Eating Italy food tour later this month, The Other Side of Florence Food Tour. I will be posting a report and photos in July.
Brick Lane – Flavours of India and Beyond – This tour takes place during lunchtime, and that is a good thing. From what I can tell from the photos some of these stops are more than a tasting.
There is a dose of history served up with the food. Tour guides have an in-depth knowledge of the area and the community, as well as the food.
Historic Docks Pub Grub Tour – I would love to try this tour, visiting the historical pubs along the docks of old London town, on my next trip to London. The tour includes London’s best craft brews and traditional pub grub.
Read about my impressions on an Eating London East End Walking Tour in 2016.
Supper Stroll from Prague Castle – This tour explores the lesser-known, medieval quarter of Prague found around the foothills of Prague Castle. The tour will take you down back streets, into secret wine cellars and family-run cafés.
Historic Rome Sunday Tour – On this Sunday tour you can eat your way through the ancient city center and view some of Rome’s most historic sights. Your guide will explain the history of the oldest Jewish community in Europe dating back to the Roman Empire, the history behind Jewish-Roman dishes like fried artichokes.
Vatican Food & Drink Tour – The Prati neighborhood, just next to the Vatican, is the setting for this tour. Your stops at locally loved places will include a mix of traditional Roman classics as well as the newest food trends like Trapizzino and Italian craft beer.
Rome Food & Wine Stroll – This tour combines wine tasting with a progressive dinner. Your tour guide, also a Master Sommelier, will introduce you to both unique and iconic aspects of Rome, its wine and its food.
I can personally recommend Eating Europe’s, Eating Amsterdam tour which I reviewed on MilesGeek in 2016.
And, don’t forget, Eating Europe is offering a discount code for MilesGeek readers. It can be used for 10% off of any of their tours through 2017, for new bookings only. Code: MILESGEEK