Different activities can be part of culinary tourism, including visiting restaurants and festivals and attending cooking classes. The most common activity for culinary tourists is to try local restaurants and even street food stalls to learn about the cuisine of the location.
Nowadays, gastronomic routes are becoming really popular too. A gastronomic route is a route, that includes offering local food, generally branded, and is defined by one or more itineraries in a given geographic area, with a series of tourism products or sites, such as factories and restaurants. The route also informs about other sites of historical interest. Basically, the idea is to bring together different types of tourist attractions, so that tourists stay longer in the area.
- Development of Rural Tourism in Latvia
- Gastronomic Tourism
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