Don't just DREAM, visit our guide to the best travel and tour sites for enjoying local cuisines.....authentic food and drink, from gourmet, festive to traditional every day meals.
In addition we have selected the best travel and tour companies for every budget and special interest including adventure, gourmet, under 35's, city tours, wine and food and much more.
Enjoy a culinary tour of the exotic & chic Buenos Aires, where the traditional food is a mixture of cuisines from all over Europe due to the large numbers of people who immigrated to Argentina during the colorful history of our country. Add to that ingredients and cooking techniques brought by the indigenous, inspirations from the mestizos and gauchos and you have one of the most amazing cuisines in the world.
If you're the epicurean sort who's looking to experience some gourmet living, try this culinary trip on for size. You'll spend 11 days travelling Chile and Argentina, immersing yourself in the Mendoza and Maipo Valley wine regions and taking a taste (or three) along the way. Add to that an estancia (ranch) stay in Uruguay for some tasty BBQ and a visit to a culinary school for a demonstration and more tastings, we can guarantee you won't find South American cuisine food fresher than this.
Parrillas are Argentine restaurants offering the most traditional cuisine. Most visitors to Buenos Aires only dine at the most touristy parrillas published in guidebooks and sadly miss out on some of the city’s most delicious gems. To experience and taste authentic Porteño flavors, join this tour company on their "Parrilla Tour", todiscover hole-in-the wall restaurants where the locals go, learn about Argentina’s culture and cuisine, and meet others during the relaxed and social tour.
A serious eaters' guide to Buenos Aires with restaurant and bar reviews, recipes, and overall silliness. They offer an in-depth understanding of local cuisine through the history, culture and most importantly, flavors — all brought to you by someone who knows their stuff when it comes to the Buenos Aires food scene.
They offer the very popular "Buenos Aires Food Tour" which includes: Visits to the local bakery to learn about Argentine pastries; the local outdoor market; the local butcher shop to Learn about Argentine meat cuts; Empanada recipe demonstration, tasting; plus an exceptional four course meal and Argentine wine tasting.
They offer an "Argentina Food and Wine Tour for Gastronomy Lovers" and many more from a choripan in a Buenos Aires park to the 9 hour slow grilled rib eye in luxury Siete Fuegos restaurant in Uco Valley of Mendoza, the food of Argentina can satisfy any taste. Whether you’re looking for the best steak of your life or the world’s perfect empanada, mouth-watering pastries or desserts that make you want to skip dinner, it’s all here for you to explore.