With its thriving and diverse culinary scene, top-notch restaurants, and more than 500 food carts throughout the city serving everything from barbecue tacos to sushi rolls, Portland is a food destination with neighbourhoods that each have their own food flair.
Saskatoon is proving you don’t have to go to Toronto, Montreal, or Vancouver to experience a delicious Canadian culinary experience. After all, the Paris of the Prairies is surrounded by rich and fertile lands that make up Canada’s bountiful bread basket, and it is home to an increasing amount of young, inspired chefs and restaurateurs who are putting their souls on a plate and transforming this city into a hip foodie favourite.
Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia and Spain’s second-largest city, has a rich history, architectural masterpieces, fantastic food, and a beautiful coastline.
Here’s our curated travel guide for spending a week in L.A., a sprawling city with more than meets the eye.
Seemingly dropped into crystalline turquoise waters, the island of Hvar in Croatia’s Dalmatia region looks like a Photoshopped dream.
This four-hour guided walk from Taste and Tour lets participants sample and savour regional producers’ products and dishes from all over Northern Ireland.
New York City is a buzzing, shapeshifting metropolis. Every week there’s a new hotel opening, gallery show, or restaurant to try. Here’s our curated guide for what to do and see, and where to stay, eat, and shop in the city that never sleeps.
Porto, Portugal’s second-largest city, has a rich history, places to see, azulejo tiles, port wine, and great food. Its manageable size makes it easy to visit most of the main sights in a weekend.
With access to Ontario’s fruit basket, gaming, and the United States, any given day in Niagara Falls can be filled with luxurious leisure experiences indoors and out. NUVO has rounded up the best places to play, eat, and rest in Niagara Falls.