The Portuguese capital’s food scene is one of the most exciting in Europe right now, offering a mix of innovative and traditional cuisine at restaurants overseen by acclaimed chefs
I’d like to add a photo credit for Alex Newcombe whose wonderful picture this is. The image is sold through the Alamy picture library – ‘photo credit: Alamy’. A role alongside Colin Firth and Rachel Weisz in The Mercy has put the charming but faded seaside town in the spotlight
Eating near the Eternal City’s famous landmarks needn’t mean tourist menus and pricey pizza. These handy trattorias and wine bars will still leave some change for the Trevi fountain
Fabulous fresh food is the order of the day – every day – in this ancient riverside town. But explore the temples and beaches by bicycle and all those grilled dishes and pho will have been well-earned
Amazing small restaurants and grills serving classic country dishes on the back roads of Spain
The spectacular port city’s collision of cultures and flavours has sparked a riotous cuisine of barbecued meats, diverse seafood, and intriguing vegetarian possibilities. But where best to try it?
A new wave of chefs has swept into Bordeaux, propelling the city’s restaurants up France’s culinary pecking order.
Spain’s one-time capital is shaking off its austere, pious image. Now, with its innovative restaurants and hotels, plus cultural sights, Toledo merits more than a day trip from Madrid