Traveling the world for the best local foods, culture, and culinary adventures. Eat local, travel slow.
Eat Local, Travel Slow
A Food and Travel Blog
Welcome to Travlinmad
Do you travel just for the food? It’s our favorite thing to do! We travel the world for the best local foods, culture, and culinary adventures because there’s no better expression of a culture than its food — from street food and haute cuisine to the local wine, beer and spirits. Experiencing what’s local is the first step in wading into new cultural waters, and leads us to the producers, farmers, chefs, artisans, and craftspeople who make it. Whether we’re exploring our own backyard or the other side of the world, we like independent, slow travelto find experiences that connect us to a place, for the kind of travel that stays with us long after we're home. Is this your kind of travel? Then come along for the ride.
Where's your next great adventure? We’ll help you find unique food and wine experiences, exciting cultural adventures, travel guides for first time travelers, travel tips, and inspiration for your next travel destination. And we’ll even show you our favorite unique places to stay around the world when you get there, places we've personally stayed at and would recommend from geodomes to jungle lodges. Love Pinterest? Pin your favorite guides for later. Every blog post has several to choose from!
First Timer Guides
Unique Places to Stay
There's no better way to explore the food culture of a place than by tasting some local food, whether you’re on a local food tour, wine tasting, cooking class, pub crawl, food demonstration, or foraging tour. We’ve had some amazing culinary experiences in our travels, eating and drinking our way around the world. What could be better? If we can't find it on our own, we'll go a local guide or small group tour to help us find the authentic food we're looking for.
We love trying new foods wherever we go. Our Local Food Guides will help you find the most traditional food around the world that defines a destination, and where to eat them when you get there — whether it’s boudin in Louisiana, bolognese in Bologna, or the best pizza in Italy (Naples, of course).