River Graze, a Celebration of Food and Wine from Victoria

2019-01-28T12:29:35+07:00By |

River Graze, which sprawls along the banks of Melbourne’s Yarra River on Southbank Promenade, is a celebration of food and wine, from across the Australian state of Victoria. Launched on Friday night and running through to Sunday evening, it's one of 200 events on the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival calendar. We might have landed [...]

Melbourne Food and Wine Festival and the World’s 50 Best Restaurants

2019-03-06T16:09:36+07:00By |

Melbourne Food and Wine Festival is where we’re headed – we’re in transit in Saigon en route to Australia’s culinary capital and we are already salivating. And that’s not just because my airport foraging turned up some Marou chocolate that I’m saving for dessert on the flight tonight. That’s how good the eating is in [...]

48 Hours in Melbourne for Food and Wine Lovers – A Lip Smacking 2-Day Itinerary

2019-03-10T15:08:30+07:00By |

48 hours in Melbourne for food and wine lovers will never be long enough to eat and drink your way through this tantalising Australian city. Our lip-smacking two-day itinerary will go some way in giving you a taste of Melbourne’s delectable markets, world-class restaurants and world’s headiest café scene. Melbourne is arguably one of the [...]

Multicultural Australia, Where to Taste Australia’s Culinary Diversity

2019-01-29T13:08:06+07:00By |

Multicultural Australia is where you can get a taste of Australia's rich culinary diversity – in the suburbs of every city, and in towns across the Australia. This is a guide to where to sample everything from Vietnamese pho to Iraqi lamb – by local experts who eat, cook, grow, and write about food in Australia. [...]

A Melbourne Cafe Culture Walk in the Land of the Long Flat White

2019-06-06T12:54:37+07:00By |

A Melbourne cafe culture walk to get a taste of Melbourne's coffee history should be high on your to-do list when you're in the Land of the Long Flat White, as we like to call our coffee mad country, Australia. Keen to explore more of world coffee capital Melbourne's cafe history, on our last trip back [...]

Worlds Best Food Tours and Culinary Walks, All Tried and Tested

2018-11-26T11:13:28+07:00By |

The worlds best food tours and culinary walks have provided us with some of our most unforgettable food memories, from inhaling fresh herbs and fragrant spices at local markets to savouring street food treats at smoky roadside stalls and traditional eateries. We may have set some kind of record for the number of culinary experiences — [...]

An Update from the Road — and Sky and Sea

2018-11-26T13:39:39+07:00By |

We thought we owed you an update from the road, an explanation as to why we’ve been slow blogging on Grantourismo lately, before we get back into the swing of things and get up to speed with our posting. Travel writers and bloggers continually complain that one of the biggest challenges is finding balance between [...]

Where to Stay in Melbourne – Best Melbourne City Centre Hotels

2019-06-06T17:19:33+07:00By |

While we’re big fans of holiday rentals and serviced apartments for stays longer than a few days, and for shorter periods we’ll opt for a boutique hotel, we do see the advantages of staying in a big city hotel, and that's exactly what we did on a recent trip to Melbourne. A big advantage of [...]

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