Food

Sep 04, 20

Okay, we have to admit it, English food doesn't have the best reputation among gastronomers. But there are some well-loved foodie favourites from the UK which we want to explore today. English food has been through a lot; from wartime rationing to the invention of the freezer and multiculturalism; each historical epoch has made its mark on the cuisine. If you visit the UK today in search of something good to eat, then you'll find extremely varied gastronomy, offering high-quality cuisine from all over the world in large cities like London, Edinburgh and Manchester. There has also been a resurgence of traditional British dishes in gastropubs as people began to modernise some classics using local and artisan products. Finally, if you are looking for the pinnacle of fine dining, then look no further than the capital. There are 67 Michelin star restaurants in London, ranging from one-star restaurants to two and three-star restaurants! 

Breakfast (or breakie) 

Sep 04, 20

Scotland is not just a beautiful country, with moody epic landscapes, friendly people and beautiful castles; it also boasts a unique cuisine. The water around Scotland is teaming with the freshest seafood, the countryside is home to some of the best whisky distilleries in the world, and the lochs are home to world-famous oysters. Scotland's culinary heritage shouldn't be underestimated because its simple, local products are world-class.  

Haggis Neeps and Tatties 

Aug 04, 20

The Aeolian Islands are a truly stunning holiday location; you have Vulcano, Lipari, Salina, Panarea, Stromboli, Filicudi and Alicudi, each island with its own character. There is so much for everyone in this archipelago, crystal waters for swimmers, a breeze for sailors, coves and hidden beaches for kayakers and plenty of flora and fauna for divers. For those who prefer to stay on dry land, there is plenty of trekking on active volcanoes and Malvasia wine tasting for foodies. These islands are mother nature at her best, fertile, hissing, streaming rumbling and sometimes erupting! You just have to decide which island to visit.

Stromboli

Feb 03, 20

Lithuania is a country of surprises, and there is a lot to see and do in this former Soviet nation. The turbulent history makes for a fascinating country to explore. The country's arts and cultural scene have taken off in the past couple of decades, and the plethora of arts on offer in cities like Vilnius are testimony to the talent and creativity in contemporary Lithuania. Here is some background from Netferry, including where to go and what to see!

Museums and art galleries 

May 29, 20

Do you want to experience Greece through good food? Well today, NetFerry sets sail to the Ionian islands on a culinary voyage! Direct ferry connections from mainland Italy to these extraordinarily beautiful islands run during the summer season and depart from many major Italian ports along the East coast.  

The Greek culinary tradition brings together a wide range of influences to create some extraordinary flavours! Greece has always been a cultural melting pot in the Mediterranean basin, with many culinary influences that have led to the sumptuous Greek cuisine we taste today. Today we will explore some dishes to try on Corfu, Zakynthos and Kefalonia. 

Feb 03, 20

Food is one of the best reasons to visit somewhere new and it's impossible to understand a culture without tasting the foods from each region. Food and wine are always inextricably linked to the landscape and this is evident in Spain. Let Netferry give you a break down of the foods from each part of Spain. 

Norwest Spain

Apr 02, 20

This week Netferry travels to northern Europe to let you in on some of the best foods to try while visiting the beautiful country of Denmark. Here is a list of our favourite culinary delights:

Flæskesteg

Feb 03, 20

German gastronomy is mainly associated with frankfurters, sauerkraut and potatoes. But, it is actually very varied, each region boasts its own gastronomic tradition and has its own tasty dishes prepared with local ingredients. Most of the recipes are meat-based, but there are also a variety of fish dishes on offer, especially in the north of the country. It goes without saying that every meal in Germany is not complete without a beer, the national drink. If you are planning a trip to Germany, follow our advice and discover what this country has to offer! Go ahead and try some of the dishes from this list!

Pretzel

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