Whether you have a sweet tooth or not, chocolate is one of our most appreciated delicacies in the world. With Brighton being the chocolate capital of the UK, our Brighton Chocolate Tour will tickle your taste buds and leave you on a high. On this tour, you do not only get to know the city and its landmarks, but also learn about the history of chocolate and its mysterious relation with both Brighton and the UK. But above all, you get a lot of chocolate-related products to taste. We support local shops and chocolatiers and take you to places where locals also like to go. Are you ready to join us on this tasty adventure?
For many centuries, pubs have had a special place in the heart of the British. For that reason, we will scratch the surface of the most popular pastime of this nation. Dive into the 16th century with our Brighton pub tour and enjoy a nice beer and some lovely finger food, as we discover Brighton's fantastic pub scene. Moreover, hear the stories and learn what the relationship is between Flanders in Belgium, Lewes bonfire night and beer. Or.... find out which of the 900 pubs in Brighton used to be a farmhouse. But there are some darker tales as well. There might be a connection between Brighton and the infamous Jack the Ripper. Who knows?! Join us to find out!
Join us on a walking food tour in Brighton and discover the eclectic mix of flavours and colours. As you eat your way through the buzzing streets of this quirky city, you will also dive into its past and learn about Brighton's history. Brighton is the most popular seaside destination in the UK and you will be pleasantly surprised how many things there are to see. Not only is there the famous Royal Pavilion and the Brighton Pier, but the city is also home to some mural art and labyrinth-like alleyways. Our tasters are never the same and range from homemade cooking to chocolate and anything in between. Are you ready to start this mouthwatering adventure?
Brighton has had vegan restaurants for over 30 years. Therefore, it can consider itself the vegan capital of the UK. Our vegan food tour of Brighton is the only one of its kind in the city that runs regularly. Your taste buds get pampered as you make your way through the vegan food scene of this quirky, coastal city. You also get to know places where locals like to hang out and Brighton must-sees. We aim to support local, small businesses and the owners are more than happy to share their story too. With only an hour from London Victoria by train, Brighton is the perfect seaside escape with a great beach, good food and must-see landmarks. Are you ready to dig in?
Going for afternoon tea is without a doubt one of the most traditional British things you can do. Whilst tea replaced coffee in the 17th century, it was not until 1840 that the current tradition of finger sandwiches, small cakes and pastries, scones with jam and clotted cream (also called for cream tea) accompanied with a nice cuppa tea became a tradition. It is a great way to relax and socialize. In the past, it was only a pleasure for the elite, but nowadays everyone can enjoy it. Our afternoon tea tour in Brighton combines city sightseeing of the coolest and quirkiest place in the UK with a mouth-watering platter full of deliciousness. Are you ready for a taste bud treat?
The first vegetarian restaurant opened its doors in Brighton at the beginning of the 80ies. Since then, the city can proudly crown itself as the vegetarian capital of the UK. In general, Brits eat less meat than before and many appreciate how good a meatless meal can be. Join us on a vegetarian discovery food tour in Brighton. Not only do you get to know some of the history of the coolest and quirkiest place in the UK and see famous landmarks such as the Royal Pavilion for instance, but you also make your way around the buzzing streets of this coastal city, as we taste some vegetarian delicacies. Tickle your taste buds with home cooking and cream tea, and anything in between,
Be prepared to tickle your taste buds and hear the tales on our walking food tour of Ghent. This city, which once was one of the richest areas in Northern Europe, is a hidden gem with beautiful architecture, charming cobbled streets and a fantastic culinary scene. Belgium is world-famous for its food, but Ghent has some amazing, mouth-watering local specialities as well, which you get to discover! This tour is unique and the only one of its kind in Ghent: we support local produce, independent stores and venues and take you to places where the locals also like to go. Are you ready to embark on your foodie adventure? We cater for most diets.
Being Belgium's most underrated city, Mechelen is a nice surprise when you scratch the surface of this quaint little city. With less than half an hour from either Brussels or Antwerp, it makes a perfect day trip if you want to avoid the crowds and discover Flanders best-kept secret. Once the capital of the Burgundian Low Countries, a lot of Mechelen's past is still present today. Our Mechelen food tour combines history and local, mouth-watering food specialities. This tour is unique and the only one of its kind in Mechelen: we support local products and suppliers and get you in touch with the locals too. Are you ready to embark on this foodie journey? Most diets ok.
Our Stockholm food tour gives you the very best of what Sweden's capital has to offer. This is not only an amazing walking tour where you see top attractions and must-sees, but you also taste your way through different areas. From classy ?stermalm where the rich and famous live to bohemian and relaxed S?dermalm, that is home to the more creative. In between, you have the most photographed and popular area of Gamla Stan or the old town. This tour is suitable as an introduction to Stockholm or if you have limited time and combines traditional Swedish food and local favourites. Are you ready to start your foodie adventure?