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Eating Well in Europe

Eating Well in Europe
Baz Hart
  • On December 28, 2013
  • http://www.tailormake.me

All set for a trip to Europe? Thought about what you’re going to eat?

Besides accommodation, the next thing that you need to focus on is food. When you travel, you need to be very careful about what you eat. Budget is certainly an essential factor, but, at the same time you cannot really miss out on the delicacies just for the sake of saving some euros. Hence, the real trick lies in enjoying the delicacies without having to spend a fortune. Here’s a list of options that will help you make better decisions.

“Budget is certainly an essential factor, but, at the same time you cannot really miss out on the delicacies just for the sake of saving some euros.”

Affordable Breakfast

Often you will find that eating at your hotel turns out to be an expensive affair. Rather, you can try out Holiday Inn in Amsterdam. It’s not only reasonably priced, but also has provision for complimentary breakfast. Moreover, if you plan your stay here, you can avail a discount as well. In case, having breakfast is mandatory at the hotel where you have booked your stay, you can try out the snacks and coffee at any nearby coffee shop. In fact, the Scandinavian and British countries are noted for their breakfast menus.
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Lunch at your Best

Want to enjoy a veritable feast in Europe? Well, ask any European and they would perhaps say that the idea of picnicking here is absolutely great! You too can be a part of this European culture and when its lunch time you can purchase some picnic supplies for sure! Moreover, by adhering to this approach you can balance your time well. While munching on your favourite delicacy, you can visit the outdoor markets or sweet shops simultaneously. You can also collect some delectable goodies from the urban grocery shops. When it comes to tasting some authentic European street foods, nothing works better than the Czech sausages, Belgian mussels and fried and English fish and chips.

The Last Meal of the Day

For dinner, choose something light like a meal of tapas. It’s not only reasonably priced but is also available almost everywhere. If you want variety, go for tasty and fried potato wedges, chorizo and Serrano ham. These work well in dinner.

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