by Matt Alderton | July 09, 2017
Travel and food go together like peanut butter and jelly, salt and pepper, and Batman and Robin. If you're looking for your next destination, therefore, why not pick a place that's known for its grub? Here are 10 of the best, according to Parade magazine:

10. Madrid, Spain
Foodies will love Madrid because it features delicacies from every region of Spain, according to Parade, which says it also has the country's best tapas.

9. New Orleans, LA
New Orleans is known for its Cajun, Creole, and French cuisine, according to Parade, which cites Po'boys, crawfish, and beignets as a few of the must-try local dishes. 

8. Hong Kong, China
Hong Kong has something to suit everybody's tastes, according to Parade, which says the city has Michelin-starred restaurants in high rises for when you're feeling fancy and oodles of dim sum joints for when you're not.

7. Florence, Italy
Florence is one of Italy's tastiest cities, according to Parade, which recommends the destination's classic Tuscan cuisine. And, of course, its amazing gelato.

6. Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires is all about grilled meats and red wine, says Parade, which says foodies will appreciate one local tradition, in particular: dining inside chefs' homes.

5. Chicago, IL
Chicago is home to one of the world's most celebrated chefs, Grant Achatz, points out Parade, which also highlights the city's most famous dish: deep dish pizza.

4. Montreal, Canada
If you like French cuisine, you'll love Montreal, according to Parade, which says Montreal's must-try dishes include poutine and bagels.

3. Copenhagen, Denmark
Copenhagen is home to one of the world's top restaurants, Noma, says Parade, which says you should sample the city's thriving food truck scene, as well as smorrebrod -- the original open-faced sandwich.

2. Tokyo, Japan
Sushi and sake are standards in Tokyo, but you also should try the city's famed ramen and udon noodle shops, Parade says.

1. Paris, France
Paris is made for eating, according to Parade, which applauds the city's many markets, wine bars, bistros, and cheese shops (pictured). And, most of all, its chocolate shops.


Source: Parade