Food and DrinkLearn more about the food and drink across Ireland, Italy, United Kingdom and more Europe. Use these resources to help you plan your special vacation getaway.
Each region in Italy has its own unique cuisine, and Tuscany is a good starting point for exploring the best in Italian food.
No trip to Dublin would be complete without visiting the Guinness Storehouse. The Storehouse was originally built in 1904 to house the Guinness fermentation process.
The word “Whisky” comes from the Gaelic word "usquebaugh", meaning "Water of Life", which became "usky" and then "whisky" in English.
When life hands you lemons, fly to Sorrento and drink Limoncello!
Be whisked away by the legendary and rugged stretch of Italian Riviera coastline, the Cinque Terre. Consisting of five remote seaside villages.
Traditionally, when people speak of Irish Wine, they are referring to a unique drink made from white wine, honey, and herbs called Meade.
What could be more Irish than a pint at a Dublin pub? Dublin is full of pubs and picking the best is down to taste and expectations.
Every January 5th we celebrate National Whipped Cream Day and pay tribute to the sweet cream that compliments a wide range of desserts.
Tuscany is known for its legendary cities, picturesque towns, and its world-renowned wines; all part of its stunning landscapes.