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Traveling the world is an exhilarating experience, one that most people will never forget. For some, the joy of traveling stems from seeing new and wondrous sights. For others, it is all about experiencing the culture. And for foodies, it is all about finding new (authentic) foods worth trying.

A foodie vacation is one that is carefully curated to have some of the best eating destinations in the world. Naturally, there are hundreds of places that boast exciting and delicious meals. Here are a few of them.

Mendoza, Argentina

Mendoza, Argentina is well known for its outstanding wines, but it should also be known for the culinary delights it offers. This is especially true in the wineries, which have taken the whole experience to a new level. Customer experience is combined with local delicacies, creating a foodie’s delight.

New Orleans, USA

The food from New Orleans is world famous – and it should be. There are countless New Orleans classics worth traveling for, including gumbo, jambalaya, and beignets. There are even food walking tours available – a must for all foodies.

Paris, France

Paris is another fantastic city for foodies to travel to. Paris is full of foodie experiences, thanks to the diverse opportunities and delights. Best of all, many of these foods come alongside stunning sights. Oh, and don’t forget that there are actual food tours available.

New York City, USA

For foodies looking for a diverse eating experience, there is no place better than New York City. There are countless restaurants, vendors, bakeries, and more worth checking out in NYC, so be sure to compile a list before heading out!

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo is one of those locations that must be on the list for any sushi lover. They have some of the best sushi in the world, though that is not all they offer. There are thousands of hidden gems within Tokyo, including markets, izakayas, and more.

San Francisco, USA

Last but not least, there’s San Francisco. San Francisco offers many delicious foods thanks to their farm-to-table movement. Many of the meals here are locally sourced, creating an interesting experience for foodies that also supports small businesses and farms. Once again, don’t forget to check out the walking food tours available.