11 different types of walk to enjoy this summer

For the foodies among us, few things can be better than a walk that’s designed around eating. Food walks – ie. walking from eatery to eatery while trying new snacks – are great ways to discover new food venues in your local area, sample new dishes, support the local community, and get some exercise. The health benefits of gentle walking after eating are beneficial too, and plenty of studies suggest that this doesn’t only aid digestion, it also lowers blood sugar levels.

What’s fun about food walks is that you can do them in many ways: you can go solo, with a friend(s) or partner, or even sign up to one of the UK’s many guided food tours – many of which have recently restarted after months of being closed. Whatever type of food you’re into, wherever you’re based, there’s a food walk out there that’s perfect for you. Whether you want to try chocolates in Brighton, visit food markets in London, or try the spiciest food in York, there are literally thousands of food walks you can sign up for. Some of these you have to book in advance, but others you can just join on the day.

Check out some of the top food tours in the UK to get inspired, or if you prefer a country walk, you can plan a route where you stop off from pub to pub, refuelling with a snack or drink (or two) at each. If this sounds up your street, you may want to download the PubWalks app, which suggests the best country pubs in your local area. Or, if you want to plan your own food walk, you might want to have a read of this helpful article.

Author: wpadmin

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