The connection between food and travels is far more intimate than meets the eye. Food and drinks are the essence of cultural travel that brings people together and it is one of the most common country or region identifiers used daily. A taste of the savoury Jamón ibérico could easily bring you back to your time in Portugal and a whiff of a crisp glass of Chardonnay could effortlessly take you back to your trip at the Yarra Valley. Beyond that, food and drinks are one of the most essential factors in culture and history preservation with recipes and preparation techniques passed down from generations after generations.
Set out on a luxury gourmet & wine holiday with Intriq Journey where we take you on a gastronomic adventure, tantalizing your taste buds with authentic local delicacies and dishes while understanding its origins, historic culture, and traditions with culinary classes and demonstrations. Enjoy an evening wine and dine at Michellin-starred and renowned restaurants of the regions. Be whisked away on private luxury tour to some of the best vineyards, getting hands-on with the art of winemaking followed by a tasting of the fruits of your labour. Proceed to the world’s best wineries for an indulgence in renowned wines labels and specialty wine of the regions. This is the way to live your gourmet-travel dreams.
⦁ Unique route on 1,250km of rail through Spain
⦁ 4 Spanish regions in just one trip: Andalusia, Castile–La Mancha, Castile–Leon, and Galicia
⦁ 6 UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Aranjuez, Avila, Cordoba, Toledo, Santiago de Compostela, and Seville
⦁ Culinary specialties and fine wines
⦁ Boat ride through Spain’s fjord-like coast in the Islas Atlanticas National Park and in the Sil Canyon
⦁ Flamenco museum in Seville
⦁ Bask in the natural landscape and light of Skagen that attracted painters to the region, and appreciate their artwork in the town’s excellent museums
⦁ Experience vibrant atmosphere and culture in Aarhus, Denmark’s second city
⦁ Relive the rich Viking legacy at Roskilde
⦁ Walk in the footsteps of Hans Christina Andersen in Odense
⦁ Be enchanted by Copenhagen cultural highlights and Nordic gastronomy scene
⦁ Delight in Denmark’s stunning castles – from UNESCO-listed Kronborg, to Frederiksborg and its lovely gardens, and Egeskov for its well preserved moat castle