[ 1 ] Do your research.
If you are a keen foodie, then when you first start planning a trip anywhere, you’ll know that it is important to do your research. Look up the hotel that you are thinking about staying at, then find out what restaurants and eateries are nearby. A good tip is to get on all of your social media channels and either tweet or make a Facebook post. Use the correct hashtags for #food #travel and the country or area you are visiting and you may find that you can gain tips from locals, or those who have been there before.
Word of mouth is a great way to find little known food gems!
Another great tip is to learn how to find out what expedia hotels are. You can often find some great budget friendly holidays to be had if you know where to look.
[ 2 ] Explore your surroundings.
When you reach your destination, it is important to speak up and ask questions. Being polite and friendly to staff and locals, will almost certainly score you some fantastic recommendations for places to get the best meals.
Use these tips to your advantage. If you visit somewhere that you’ve been recommended, let the person who sent you there know. They will definitely be pleased that you took them up on their recommendation, and they may even have some more top locations to suggest!
One of the best ways to get a real taste for local food and eateries is to get out there and explore your surroundings. Try to avoid going from place to place by taxi and take in some of the scenery on foot. You’ll get a great idea of what’s popular in the area and will probably see more of your chosen holiday destination in the process.
[ 3 ] Be open minded.
It can be easy to fall into a routine with what you eat. Sometimes it is nice to go on holiday with the mindset of being open to trying new things.
See if you can find out what the local specialities are and try a few. You don’t need to try everything in excess, but a few small portions of things that you may never get to try again can be a fun experience.
Resist the fast-food chains and aim for something a little bit different. You can often find some really good bargains to be had, so when money is tight, don’t be disheartened.
 Book a foodie holiday.
Sometimes it can be nice to take a break that involves your passion. If you are a food fanatic, then there are various foodie themed breaks that you can take.
You could even look at booking a break that involves actually cooking food yourself and being taught by some of the best chefs from around the world. You would soon gather some great knowledge and for someone who loves to cook, this would be a fantastic choice.
 Travel companions.
If you are travelling with someone, it is usually a good idea to make sure that they have the same interests as you. Don’t forget that this also includes their food tastes!
You all want to get the most from your trip and if you like the same kind of foods and eateries, your holiday is going to be even more enjoyable.