Latvians are creative, sturdy, and hearty people, and we love what our land can gift to us. We dance until we drop, we love until we’re dizzy, and we sure like to eat well.
Europe is home to some of the best cuisines in the world. Get our recommendations on what and where to eat in different countries throughout Europe.
Swedish cuisine will give you a host of different dining experiences. Whether you’re a seafood lover or have a sweet tooth, rest assured, we have something delicious for you.
Poland has so much to offer and experience. We’re sure that eating local Polish dishes will enrich your trip and make it a story worth telling.
Historically, Switzerland was primarily an agricultural country, with the most important produce being potatoes, mushrooms, and milk products.
The Austrian food of today is regionally varied, with distinct regional cuisines that have developed throughout history.
Germany is a large country and as such, you’d expect an immense variety of traditional food. But the basics of German cuisine are surprisingly common across most regions.
Rivaling the desserts of its more famous neighbors, like Germany and Russia, in terms of decadence, Polish desserts are a must-try for Traveleaters of all nationalities.
French food is famous worldwide for its amazing variety, often mixing different types of ingredients together. Did you ever think that snails were edible?
In spite of covering an area of only about 20,000 square kilometers, Slovenia boasts a wonderful variety of climates and landscapes that resonates in Slovenian cuisine.
To be honest, before visiting Prague for the first time, the one thing I was most excited to try in Czech cuisine wasn’t a dish …