THE FOOD CAPITAL OF EUROPE

From Polish Perogi to Italian pizzas and all the way to German bratwurst, Europe hosts some of the most iconic (and delicious) dishes in the world. But which city is the best? To help you choose the ultimate foodie dream destination, we've ranked the best European culinary cities based on numerous ranking factors.

City, country
Restaurant
Price Index
Wine price
Beer price
Cuisine ranking
Michelin stars
Index
Ranking
Lille, France
64.28
3.44
1.29
2
613
3.59
1
Lyon, France
72.8
5.6
1.35
2
613
3.52
2
Toulouse, France
72.88
5.17
1.36
2
613
3.52
3
Montpellier, France
73.64
5.17
1.55
2
613
3.52
4
Paris, France
86.37
6.89
1.5
2
613
3.42
5
Naples, Italy
54.95
4.3
1.17
1
364
3.39
6
Aachen, Germany
48.97
4.3
0.7
5
304
3.35
7
Leipzig, Germany
55.92
4.3
0.66
5
304
3.3
8
Berlin, Germany
56.04
4.3
0.71
5
304
3.29
9
Dresden, Germany
56.4
4.3
0.7
5
304
3.29
10

LILLE, FRANCE TAKES THE TOP SPOT AS THE FOOD CAPITAL OF EUROPE

Often said to be France's most underrated city, the northern Capital of Lille boasts a vibrant cultural scene, including the largest outdoor flea market in Europe. Lille now also comes out on top for dining out. Time to book some flights!