The need for travel and the love of delicious food are equally absorbing things. Ideal when they can be combined. Of course, the main advantage of recreation in Crimea is getting unforgettable impressions not only of nature, sea, cultural and historical sights, but also of all kinds of delicacies.
The velvet season in Crimea is an ideal time for all kinds of food and wine routes under the gentle sun of September. The ancients said: the truth is in wine. And if so, then wine tourism can be called a journey in search of the true taste of wine.
Crimea is famous for its delicious gastronomic tours. Everyone loves to eat deliciously, so it is not surprising that so many guests of the peninsula tend to taste the unique local cuisine. And the most popular delicacy, of course, is seafood.
Gastronomic tourism is a young and promising area, which has recently been gaining momentum in Russia. The popularity of such tourism is not so much in food but in acquaintance with the traditions of taste and hospitality of the region. And Crimea succeeded in this area.
Crimean holiday is a unique opportunity to explore the national cuisine of the peoples of the peninsula and estimate the fantasy of local restaurants. Especially for gourmets we prepared a guide to "tasty" places of the region.
Travelling without tasting local cuisine? No, it cannot be complete. Everywhere local dishes reveal in the best way ethnic colouring - habits and likings, tastes and flavours. And Crimea is no exception. Here you can and should try the traditional dishes of various peoples, inhabiting the peninsula.
When we travel to new destinations, we yearn for new experiences, and sampling traditional local dishes is one of the most enjoyable ways to get them. Crimea's ethnic and cultural diversity makes it a fascinating destination for foodies.