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France Foodie Itinerary

 

From the white tablecloths of Parisian haute cuisine to the lively bouchons of Lyon, France can offer us a world of flavor. The sheer variety can even be a bit intimidating at times. If you jump right in and try whatever makes you curious, you can't go wrong.

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Bordeaux

 

If you heard your wine radar pinging it's because we're starting things out in Bordeaux. Wherever there are copious amounts of red wine, there are bound to be some equally indulgent meat dishes to pair it with. Bordeaux is no exception.

 

What to eat: Entrecôte à la bordelaise. When visitng Bordeaux, this steak topped with a red wine, shallot, and butter  sauce is the perfect match for the region's cabernet sauvignon and merlot-prominent wines. If you're interested in heartiness while skipping the meat, different preparations of cèpes, a local mushroom will surely do the trick.

 

Local tip: A specialty that you'll find all across France is the delicious confit de canard, duck cooked in its own fat. The southwest of France is known as the birthplace of this decadent dish, so while you're in Bordeaux and the surrounding area, give it a try!

If you want to visit France as part of the Ultimate Foodie Itinerary, you can connect San Sebastián to Bordeaux.
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Paris

 

As you make your way up Italy's western coast, you'll come across countless charming Ligurian villages, such as those of Cinque Terre, begging for a nice hike to get that perfect photo from one of the jagged cliffs that meet the Mediterranean. This is the perfect way to work up an appetite for dinner in Genoa.

 

What to eat: Pesto alla genovese. This Italian classic is a nice break from some of the heavier items on this list. Usually served as a sauce for pasta, Genoese pesto is a fresh and fragrant blend of basil, pine nuts, garlic, parmesan cheese and olive oil. There's beauty in simplicity, which is why pesto alla genovese is such a favorite.

 

Local tip: The city's seaside location makes a wide variety of seafood dishes readily available, so keep an eye out for unique soups, stews, and salads featuring fresh seafood. Genoa is also the birthplace of focaccia bread, so don't leave without trying some!

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Paris

 

As you make your way up Italy's western coast, you'll come across countless charming Ligurian villages, such as those of Cinque Terre, begging for a nice hike to get that perfect photo from one of the jagged cliffs that meet the Mediterranean. This is the perfect way to work up an appetite for dinner in Genoa.

 

What to eat: Pesto alla genovese. This Italian classic is a nice break from some of the heavier items on this list. Usually served as a sauce for pasta, Genoese pesto is a fresh and fragrant blend of basil, pine nuts, garlic, parmesan cheese and olive oil. There's beauty in simplicity, which is why pesto alla genovese is such a favorite.

 

Local tip: The city's seaside location makes a wide variety of seafood dishes readily available, so keep an eye out for unique soups, stews, and salads featuring fresh seafood. Genoa is also the birthplace of focaccia bread, so don't leave without trying some!

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Reims

 

As you make your way up Italy's western coast, you'll come across countless charming Ligurian villages, such as those of Cinque Terre, begging for a nice hike to get that perfect photo from one of the jagged cliffs that meet the Mediterranean. This is the perfect way to work up an appetite for dinner in Genoa.

 

What to eat: Pesto alla genovese. This Italian classic is a nice break from some of the heavier items on this list. Usually served as a sauce for pasta, Genoese pesto is a fresh and fragrant blend of basil, pine nuts, garlic, parmesan cheese and olive oil. There's beauty in simplicity, which is why pesto alla genovese is such a favorite.

 

Local tip: The city's seaside location makes a wide variety of seafood dishes readily available, so keep an eye out for unique soups, stews, and salads featuring fresh seafood. Genoa is also the birthplace of focaccia bread, so don't leave without trying some!

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Strasbourg

 

As you make your way up Italy's western coast, you'll come across countless charming Ligurian villages, such as those of Cinque Terre, begging for a nice hike to get that perfect photo from one of the jagged cliffs that meet the Mediterranean. This is the perfect way to work up an appetite for dinner in Genoa.

 

What to eat: Pesto alla genovese. This Italian classic is a nice break from some of the heavier items on this list. Usually served as a sauce for pasta, Genoese pesto is a fresh and fragrant blend of basil, pine nuts, garlic, parmesan cheese and olive oil. There's beauty in simplicity, which is why pesto alla genovese is such a favorite.

 

Local tip: The city's seaside location makes a wide variety of seafood dishes readily available, so keep an eye out for unique soups, stews, and salads featuring fresh seafood. Genoa is also the birthplace of focaccia bread, so don't leave without trying some!

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Toulouse

 

As you make your way up Italy's western coast, you'll come across countless charming Ligurian villages, such as those of Cinque Terre, begging for a nice hike to get that perfect photo from one of the jagged cliffs that meet the Mediterranean. This is the perfect way to work up an appetite for dinner in Genoa.

 

What to eat: Pesto alla genovese. This Italian classic is a nice break from some of the heavier items on this list. Usually served as a sauce for pasta, Genoese pesto is a fresh and fragrant blend of basil, pine nuts, garlic, parmesan cheese and olive oil. There's beauty in simplicity, which is why pesto alla genovese is such a favorite.

 

Local tip: The city's seaside location makes a wide variety of seafood dishes readily available, so keep an eye out for unique soups, stews, and salads featuring fresh seafood. Genoa is also the birthplace of focaccia bread, so don't leave without trying some!

If you want to visit France as part of the Ultimate Foodie Itinerary, you can connect Toulouse to Barcelona.
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Lyon

 

As you make your way up Italy's western coast, you'll come across countless charming Ligurian villages, such as those of Cinque Terre, begging for a nice hike to get that perfect photo from one of the jagged cliffs that meet the Mediterranean. This is the perfect way to work up an appetite for dinner in Genoa.

 

What to eat: Pesto alla genovese. This Italian classic is a nice break from some of the heavier items on this list. Usually served as a sauce for pasta, Genoese pesto is a fresh and fragrant blend of basil, pine nuts, garlic, parmesan cheese and olive oil. There's beauty in simplicity, which is why pesto alla genovese is such a favorite.

 

Local tip: The city's seaside location makes a wide variety of seafood dishes readily available, so keep an eye out for unique soups, stews, and salads featuring fresh seafood. Genoa is also the birthplace of focaccia bread, so don't leave without trying some!

If you want to visit France as part of the Ultimate Foodie Itinerary, you can connect Lyon to Milan.
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Nice

 

As you make your way up Italy's western coast, you'll come across countless charming Ligurian villages, such as those of Cinque Terre, begging for a nice hike to get that perfect photo from one of the jagged cliffs that meet the Mediterranean. This is the perfect way to work up an appetite for dinner in Genoa.

 

What to eat: Pesto alla genovese. This Italian classic is a nice break from some of the heavier items on this list. Usually served as a sauce for pasta, Genoese pesto is a fresh and fragrant blend of basil, pine nuts, garlic, parmesan cheese and olive oil. There's beauty in simplicity, which is why pesto alla genovese is such a favorite.

 

Local tip: The city's seaside location makes a wide variety of seafood dishes readily available, so keep an eye out for unique soups, stews, and salads featuring fresh seafood. Genoa is also the birthplace of focaccia bread, so don't leave without trying some!

If you want to visit France as part of the Ultimate Foodie Itinerary, you can connect Nice to Genoa.