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Granada Tapas Walking Tour: Taking place around the Albaicin neighborhood where Granada’s history is etched into the streets, the tour visits four locally loved tapas bars in between sightseeing.

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Wine taste your way through Napa and Sonoma on this day trip from San Francisco. Enjoy a comfortable, picturesque drive by luxury coach to wine country to visit several wineries for guided tours and tastings. Walk through beautiful vineyards, explore the winemaking facilities, and learn about the history of winemaking from your guide as you sip the best wines. This comprehensive wine tour is the most relaxing way to experience California wine country, and all tastings are included!

Discover the history of Shanghai’s food culture on this small-group walking tour of one of the city’s major wet markets. Led by an expert with extensive knowledge and professional experience of the city’s food and market industry, your tour of the New Zhenning Lu Market will provide you with an eye-opening experience of age-old Chinese food traditions.

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From back-alley dumpling shops to four-star banquet halls, China has one of the world’s finest palates. Cultural precepts of Yin and Yang (balance and harmony) are evident in the bowl: with food for the day including cooling foods such as vegetables and fruit to counter warming spices and meat. The Chinese revere rice but also choose noodles, with either almost always accompanying a meal. A range of regional specialities exist, variously influenced by geography and history.

Galicia’s signature dish, Pulpo (Grilled Octopus) is a delicious dish often flavored simply with paprika and olive oil. It’s commonly known as Polbo a Feira or Pulpo a la Gallega (in Spanish), and is served in most tapas bars or at seafood restaurants, where it’s served on rough wooden plates. The octopus is so tender that it closely resembles succulent pieces of lobster. To enjoy this dish, plan a trip to Spain. #CulinaryTraveler #Spain #Foodie

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Spices at the market in Granada, Spain. Between Cuesta de la Alhacaba and Calle Panaderos (Albaicin district) Everyday. http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Travel-g187441-c154209/Granada:Spain:Street.Markets.Of.Granada.html