One of our favorite ways to experience a new destination is to taste the flavors and local dishes of the region. And one of our favorite things to do while aboard a Viking ship that sails through a variety of regions is exactly that... Eat!
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Bordelaise sauce goes well with any grilled red meat. Bordeaux wine is the key to this recipe’s rich taste.

Sauce Bordelaise Recipe - Viking River Cruises

There is nothing quite as delicious as the first bite of an authentic Italian pizza.

Classic Fried Italian Pizza

Aboard Viking Star, enjoy delicious food from around the world. Thanks for the photo @charissafay!

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A sweet treat, gelato originated in Italy and has been a staple of their culture ever since – it’s a must eat during your explorations.

History of Ice Cream in Italy

Crunchy on the top and rich at the center. This flourless chocolate cake is a must-try

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One of our favorite holiday treats, Raclette + Glühwein!

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Vin Rouge Chaud and a Bretzel! Photo © 2013 Aaron Saunders

Viking Baldur Live Voyage Report - Day 3 - River Cruise Advisor

Apfelstrudel in Germany

Moody Islands: Stromboli, Inishmore, and Hiddensee

Classic hearty French Onion Soup with crusty French Bread & melted Gruyere.

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Csirkepaprikás - chicken and paprika. A Hungarian specialty.

Hungary: Paprikaland! - Misadventures with Andi

Dobos torte is a Hungarian cake featuring a five-layer sponge cake, layered with chocolate buttercream and topped with thin caramel slices.

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Fresh beignets. Mmmm, dreaming of France!

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Croque Madame, Black Forest Ham on French Loaf Smothered w/ Bechamel and Gruyere Topped w/ a Fried Egg

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We love this idea for that Paprika we bought in Budapest! Spicy paprika’ed deviled eggs topped with crispy prosciutto.

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Lunch at the farmers market in Helsinki: raspberry crepe!

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Making the famous sachertorte at Café Demel in Vienna

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A macaron tree grows in Paris! (Courtesy of the Paris Pastry e-book.)

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The pungent Livarot is considered one of the great cheeses of Normandy; it is nicknamed "colonel" as the bands of raffia evoke a colonel's uniform.

Normandy Food Photo Gallery -- National Geographic Traveler

Laugenbrötchen: German pretzel formed into a round dinner roll.

German Bread | German Food Guide

Vendors at a food market in Beijing

Trip Lit: Dreaming in Chinese -- National Geographic Traveler

Nutella crepes. Nothing better than that!

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Schneeballens on display... A schneeball is a pastry especially popular in the area of Rothenburg ob der Tauber in Germany. Fun fact: schneeball literally means snowball!

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Flódni (“FLODE-NEE”) is a traditional Jewish dessert popular in Hungary and consisting of layers of ground walnut paste, poppy seeds and apples spread between thin layers of pastry.

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A caviar topped canape...enjoyed with Viking River Cruises in Russia

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Mussels in Brussels

Your Food Photos -- National Geographic Traveler