Readers of Travel + Leisure voted for their the top food destinations. Keep this list in mind for when we can travel more freely.
What are the world's best cities for food? According to the readers of Travel + Leisure, here are the top 25:
- Oaxaca (Mexico)
- Beirut (Lebanon)
- New Orleans (USA)
- San Sebastian (Spain)
- Florence (Italy)
- Rome (Italy)
- Kyoto (Japan)
- Charleston (USA)
- Tokyo (Japan)
- San Miguel de Allende (Mexico)
- Paris (France)
- New York City (USA)
- Lyon (France)
- Bologna (Italy)
- Chiang Mai (Thailand)
- Mexico City (Mexico)
- Aix-en-Provence (France)
- Chicago (USA)
- Bangkok (Thailand)
- Barcelona (Spain)
- Mendoza (Argentina)
- Osaka (Japan)
- Hong Kong
- Madrid (Spain)
Obviously, food preferences and tastes vary widely. The list above just reflects the votes of readers of Travel + Leisure and is not meant to be an objective or exhaustive list. Nevertheless, if you are a foodie and/or just planning ahead for your next vacation, I suggest giving this article by Kendall Cornish a quick read to get a flavor of the food scenes and offerings in these 25 cities.
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