Foodies, take note: Michelin has gone beyond its guidebooks to develop Michelin Food & Travel excursions in and around France, with Canada-based tour operator Roadtrips—all customizable to suit your own taste. You can sample artisanal olive oils near Monaco at the private plantation that supplies chef Alain Ducasse—and dine at his Louis XV restaurant in Monte Carlo. Go truffle hunting in the Dordogne and spend the night at 12th-century monastery Le Château de la Fleunie. Or try traditional fare (suckling pig with chanterelles) at La Petite Maison in the medieval village of Curcuron, Provence. Next up? Trips in Italy, England, and the United States. From $1,000 per person per day, all-inclusive.
Michelin’s culinary tours for foodies go beyond their traditional guidebooks.
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