Do you think one of the best ways to learn more about a country is through its food? If you love to travel and discover the best places to eat, then add these countries to your list to visit soon.
Enjoy London’s top afternoon tea spots
Enjoying afternoon tea is a very common thing in London. It’s a fun way to see a bit of the wonderful venues throughout the city. You can even have one as you ride a vintage double-decker tour bus while seeing the most popular sights.
Eat waffle in Belgium
Among the many Belgian delicacies, nothing screams comfort food quite like a piping hot waffle in Belgium. Nearly every street corner in cities such as Antwerp, Bruges and Brussels have waffle that is why it is known as waffle country. You can have it served the traditional way or have it whipped cream and strawberries or chocolate syrup.
Germany for beer lovers
Beer brewing started as far back as 800 BC when the monks in Germany brewed them. During the 15th century, the country was already exporting beer to Holland, England and Scandinavia as breweries grow in numbers. The establishment of Reinheitsgebot or Purity Law in 1516 ensures German beer will only ever be brewed with barley, hops and water, and without the use of any additives. This law still remains as of today and is considered the oldest food regulation in the world.