April is National Food Month, so we thought we’d take you on a journey around the world to check out the best food festivals around.
Food & Wine Classic
The crème de la crème of food festivals, Aspen’s Food & Wine is visited by culinary royalty from all around the world. It’s no wonder since the event is hosted by the illustrious Food & Wine magazine. The festival has been the pinnacle event on various seasons of the show Top Chef, where chefs must compete for the grand prize of attending the Classic. If names like Bobby Flay and Mario Batali perk your ears, this is the event for you. Not to mention, 2012 is the 30th anniversary of the event, so there are sure to be some great surprises in store!
6-Day Mt. Rushmore & Yellowstone
Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Mt. Rushmore & Arches National Park
12-Day Rocky Mountain Frontier Adventure
Maine Lobster Festival
For shellfish enthusiasts only! If you ever dreamed of being surrounded by twenty thousand pounds of lobster deliciousness, Maine’s famous Lobster Festival is your dream come true. Along with a slew of cooking contests, the festival has a beauty pageant, a parade, lobster races, and much more! Grab some lemon, butter, and tons of lobster bibs for this tantalizing extravaganza.
Maine, Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park
New England Seacoast Tour
International Biscuit Festival
A festival dedicated solely to biscuits? Why not?! Heck, biscuits are a staple feature of some of the most delicious meals, and creating the perfect biscuit not only takes perseverance, but a line of family recipes that have been refined over generations. So if you feel like getting a real taste of southern cuisine, starting with the good ol’ biscuit, the International Biscuit Festival should be your next stop!
Tennessee, Smoky Mountain and Lost Sea Tour Package
4-Day Bus Tour to Tennessee Rock City and Virginia
Dixieland & Rhythms Southern Tour
The largest vegetable food fight in the world, La Tomatilla paints the town red—with tomatoes! Over 90,000 pounds of tomatoes become ammo in the annual festival, that is strung with food festivals and music that leads up to the celebration of the town’s patron saint. Over 20,000 people show up for this giant food fest, definitely one to add to your bucket list.
The Best Of Spain
Barcelona Walking Tour
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