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A supremely handy interactive European food guide

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Student of the Karl Pilkington School of Travel? Then you’ll no doubt associate dining abroad like playing Russian roulette with your guts.

In which case this infographic isn’t for you.

No, this is for the open-minded, culturally-savvy tourist and/or business traveller who enjoys scouring the continent for new dishes, who wants an instant guide to the key points of eating abroad - national dish of said destination, what street food is rustled up, which food festivals are on - and most crucially of all, how many of those crisp traveller’s cheques you’re going to need to part with for a dinner.

Designed by Currencyfair, and they’ve done a sterling job (literally) with an instant culinary guide to European destinations, dropping down at the click of a nation to reveal all the bullet-pointed information you ever needed to know. 

So if you’ve got a Euro trip lined up, keep this handy.

Currencyfair.com

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