History & Culture
19 September 2019 / 4 minutes to read
8 gourmet restaurants to visit on the Cote d'Azur
Cote d'Azur is a unique and inimitable region with its own special sophisticated cuisine. In search of the best restaurants on the Cote d'Azur, Travellizy Team went to Monaco, Cannes and Nice, and selected a list of places where lunch or dinner will be a pleasure not only for taste buds, but also for all the senses that a person has.
16 November 2018 / 6 minutes to read
Traditional Thanksgiving Food - A Holiday for Foodies
Thanksgiving is a holiday that is famous for one thing more than any other things: Thanksgiving dinner. The dinner on Thanksgiving consists of a wide range of things, from turkey and gravy and loaves of bread to desserts and pies and special drinks. Thanksgiving is also referred to as the start of eggnog season as well, and it is this official mark of the holiday season that makes it ever so special. There are some traditional flavors that are associated with Thanksgiving without which many people deem Thanksgiving incomplete. We have tried to list down the most common traditional Thanksgiving foods so that you can enjoy the holiday to its fullest in the traditional sense.
2 October 2018 / 5 minutes to read
The 10 Most Interesting Street Foods in New York
In a fast-paced city, like New York, everyone is always busy and street food has become a staple for New Yorkers. Whether you are local or not, street food from New York is an experience in itself. Even with the hundreds of cuisines and restaurants to choose from, long lines are formed at the corner of a street, in front of carts and vendors.
3 September 2018 / 4 minutes to read
Travel Food Quest
Old European cities are full of charm, history and old world character. Lisbon Portugal is no different. Portugal is a treasure trove of historical sites, castles, mystery and magic. There are centuries worth of history, secrets and tradition that could keep any traveler busy for years. You will not regret stopping in Lisbon. There is a bridge that brings Setubal to Lisbon and is magnificent. It looks similar in structure and design to the Golden Gate bridge in San Fransisco, California. It hangs over the River Tejo and is made even more special by the giant Christus statue that stands tall with his arms outstretched, welcoming all home.
27 August 2018 / 5 minutes to read
Italian Street Food
When you walk the uneven cobblestone roads in Italy, you fall into another world. The history, the architecture, the enchanting romantic accents of the Italian speakers- so many things that will delight our senses, but we can’t forget to mention the Italian street food. It’s the land of high fashion, some of the most amazing places to visit in the world like the Colosseum, the Leaning Tower of Pisa or Vatican City. When you are there, you need to experience all that the Italians have to offer when they cook. Though the pizza and pasta are amazing, that’s not all they’ve perfected. There is a whole world of Italian street food that most people don’t realize exists. We’ve put together a list for you. Take some of our suggestions below. You will not be disappointed.
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