There is no doubt that food is one of the best ways to experience the cultures of others, food tourism, which is also called gastronomic tourism, culinary tourism, or even food tourism, is one of the travel and tourism trends in which the development and demand for it has increased a lot and has become a passion and not just travel.
Food tourism doesn’t mean you eat meals or drink just a few drinks. Often, food tourists simply look for original or new culinary experiences from their source and native habitat.
Some like restaurants made of white fabrics, for example, while others prefer street food. Food tourism isn’t about the type of food you eat; it’s about the fact that when you go to a new place, you’re looking for new food experiences.
By combining the experience of travel and tourism with experiences that lead to eating, food tourism offers both locals and tourists alike a real taste, taste, and flavor of the place itself.
Culinary tourism is not limited to just delicacies. In fact, the term food tourism is used very often, and even this concept is not limited as an elite definition only, it is known that this type of tourism is about what is unique and authentic, and do not forget also the stories of food, food, and cooking in different regions that must be told in this type of tourism. This includes farmers, cheese makers, jams, spices and herbs, fishermen, beverage makers, and everyone in between. It is all that gives the soul to different stories and leads to the satisfaction and smile of our stomachs.