Food festivals have become increasingly popular over the past number of years and it’s not unusual to see new ones popping up in cities and towns all over the world all the time. However, for the true foodies, only a few select festivals will make the cut. Many of these festivals are well established and have garnered a reputation for themselves, however, there are also a number that are new to scene but have impressed far beyond expectations. We have put a list together of the very top food festivals from around the world and we can guarantee, you won’t be disappointed.
For example, there is the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, a 20-day festival which has been running for over 20 years. It is a showcase of the continent’s culinary mastery through cooking demonstrations, special tours and food tastings throughout the city and is the not to be missed food festival in Australia. In addition, the Alba International White Truffle Fair located in a small town of Piedmont, Alba, is one of those rare ‘invitation only’ type festivals which have a few of the top chefs in the world flying in to attend every year. In addition, there is a local truffle market that opens to these selective guests and truffles sold here are as expensive as $2000 a kilo. This is just a taster, check out our infographic to find out more about the very best food festivals in the world.