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Food and Beverage

by Gabby Morris If you’re like me, a huge part of traveling Europe is the masterful cuisine that comes along with it — tt’s one of the main reasons I’m missing Europe right now.  From the cobblestone roads in little Italian towns with small wooden tables outside a trattoria to the white linen tablecloths of Parisian fine...
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by Leanne Harris   After living in Florence for eight years, I can safely say that I’m a low-key expert of aperitivo. If you’re visiting Italy, I’ve got you covered with this expat’s guide to Italian aperitivo (with recommendations for Florence and Rome). Cin cin! Let’s get into it.      While in Italy there is...
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With so many European foods to try while studying abroad, it’s hard to know which foods are an absolute must. Don’t worry, we’ve broken down the six most savory and sweet foods to try in these major cities on bus2alps Spring Breaks.
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There’s no better feeling as a study abroad student than spending an impromptu weekend in a new country. Its excitement and bliss and adventure all rolled into one and you only have a couple days to dive into a new culture. One of the best ways to feel fully immersed in a new city is...
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Foodie alert! Springfest is way more than booze; it’s a foodie paradise! There are plenty of dishes for all kinds of preferences and likings. Whether you’re a food risk taker or want to stick to delightfully safe treats, we’ve got you. Take a look at some of the yummiest and traditional Springfest foods below! MAINS...
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By Kathleen Watz Being a vegetarian or a vegan can be challenging when you’re in a place that is unfamiliar to you.  Travelling can especially be one of those times where But don’t worry, if you are dedicated and vigilant, it is possible and many people have done it and continue to do it. Here are...
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The Amalfi Coast is along the Southern edge of Italy’s Sorrentine Peninsula. Not only is it known for its beauty but also for the fishing towns along the coast. What better place to eat seafood than right out of the ocean? Here are the best seafood dishes to try when on the Amalfi coast: Fried...
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Irish food isn’t all potatoes, beer, and carbs. A lot of the meals eaten in Ireland are similar to the states.  The food comes straight from a farmer’s field and is not genetically modified. The fruit tastes crisper and the veggies are fresher even if they go bad quicker than hoped. But appropriately so, most of...
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By Madison Krigbaum / Originally posted on Brokewildandtraveling.com Can you guess the single most exciting thing for a 20-year-old American college girl moving to Europe? You guessed it.  The drinking age. Not that all my interests revolved around hitting the booze, but it definitely was an added bonus.  Growing up in a country that allows...
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If you’re studying abroad in Italy, wine tastings are a no-brainer. Some of the world’s most famous wines like Chianti Classico and Montepulciano come from Tuscany, a convenient hour’s drive away from Florence or Rome. Not only are wine tastings a great way to relax under the Tuscan sun (see what we did there), but...
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By Elizabeth Norton What if I told you there is a place where your wildest food dreams could come true and not only that but you could go to this place for free. In reality, the only place this dream could really exist is in the country where the most iconic foods were born, Italy. FICO...
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By Yasi Agah Are you hungry? Or should I say, Hungary? Ok, I’ll leave… But before I go I just want to say that this eastern European country is known for its incredible history, culture, architecture, and most of all…FOOD! If you’re traveling through Budapest, here are five foods that you must try while you’re...
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