Global travel authority Lonely Planet's Food Trails is a gastronomic tour of the world in 52 short breaks " with Australia represented by Southern Tasmania, Melbourne & the Great Ocean Rd, and Southwest Australia.
Following its best-selling Wine Trails (2015), Lonely Planet has now scoured the world for the greatest food experiences around which to plan travels " not just fine dining, but also the best regional specialities, the most atmospheric street food spots, and the most memorable cooking courses.
Taste the planet's most exciting local cuisines – from barbeque in Texas to patisserie in Paris – in this comprehensive guide, from the new Lonely Planet Food imprint, to 52 weekends of food heaven.
Discover new food and drink experiences, meet local producers and get inspired by these delicious Food Trails:
Argentina (Buenos Aires), Australia (Southern Tasmania, Melbourne & the Great Ocean Rd, Southwest Australia), Brazil (São Paulo), Canada (Québec), Chile (Patagonia), China (Beijing), Denmark (Aarhus), England (London, Southwest England), France (Paris, Dordogne, Lyon),Germany (Black Forest), Greece (Crete), Iceland (West Iceland), India (Delhi, Chennai), Indonesia (Ubud), Ireland (Connemara), Italy (Venice, Piedmont, Puglia, Emilia-Romagna, Sicily), Jamaica (Treasure Beach), Japan (Tokyo, Central Japan), Jordan (Amman & Central Jordan),Malaysia (Penang), Morocco (Fez & Middle Atlas), New Zealand (Auckland & Around), Oman (Muscat), Peru (Lima), Portugal (Porto), Russia (St Petersburg), Scotland (Outer Hebrides), Seychelles (Mahé), Slovakia (Bratislava & Around), South Africa (Cape Town & West Cape), South Korea (Seoul), Spain (Catalonia, San Sebastian), Thailand (Chiang Mai), Turkey (Istanbul), USA (New York, New Orleans & Cajun Country, Texas, Maine, Hawaii), and Vietnam (Hanoi).
Bite-by-bite itineraries include expert reviews of restaurants, cafes and markets, with maps and practical details of how to get there and where to stay.
Lonely Planet's Food Trails