Indulging in delicious exotic dining is half the fun of travel. In France
, visit the many vineyards and wineries around the Burgundy region. Take a guided tour around the wine-producing commune of Tain l’Hermitage, and go on a tasting tour in the beautiful Beaujolais province, famous for producing the luscious and fruity Beaujolais wine. In Lyon, the “gastronomic capital of the world”, delight in authentic Lyonnaise cuisine at Les Halles de Lyon – Paul Bocus, where more than sixty stalls will offer regional cheeses, cured meats, breads, gourmet chocolates and other local specialties. The local weekly food markets are usually the best place to try authentic cuisines from the local vendors. Don’t forget to try some goulash in Hungary, warm crepes and croissants in France, bratwurst in Germany, and freshly brewed beer in Belgium.