The 3 Best European Cities For Foodies

Pizza and pasta in Italy
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It’s no secret that one of the biggest reasons that people travel is so they can taste all the amazing delicacies the world has to offer. However, sometimes it can be hard to know which cities have the best cuisines to offer. Europe is known for its impressive and rich food history, but which European cities are the best? It’s truly an impossible thing to rank, but here are three cities that do a pretty good job.

Rome, Italy

If we could give a number one ranking, we’d probably give it to Rome. Most of the foods we all eat regularly are from Italy, the two most notable being pizza and pasta. However, eating pizza and pasta in Italy is more authentic and delicious than anything you’ve ever tasted.

Paris, France

Paris is not just known for being the city of love. It also happens to be home to some of the best bakeries in the entire world. French cafes are simply divine, and even talking about it is making us want to fly there and sink our teeth into a fresh croissant.

Barcelona, Spain

The palette for Spanish food is more on the spicier side, which you can taste in their paella, but we’d hate for it to be reduced to just that. Their food is intensely reflectively on their culture, such as their Tapas, which is kind of like fancy finger food but more reflective on the casual manner in which Spanish people hang out and interact.