The Guardian newspaper about Lovran's Marunada
Listed among Europe's top ten food festivals!
Could there be a better recommendation to visit Lovrans's Marunada than that recently published in one of the UK's leading newspapers, The Guardian? The newspaper lists this sweet chestnut festival as one of Europe's top ten food festivals this autumn.
Lovran's Marunada sweet chestnut festival is one of this autumn's best food festivals in Europe. This information was published in mid-September in UK's The Guardian newspaper. Apart from Lovran, the article gives a pick of some other attractive European food destinations. This is an invitation that can be trusted, because all the listed festivals guarantee lots of fun and a chance to sample some tasty local specialities. To control the calorie intake, the visitors can choose from a variety of activities that are beneficial for the health.
In addition to Lovran's Marunada, The Guardian invites readers to visit Italy, more precisely the Speck Festival in St Magdalena, the Squash Festival in Piegaio, and the Chestnut and Walnut Festival in Sardinia. The selection of this autumn's best food destinations in France includes the Honey
Festival in Roquebrune-sur-Argens, the Festival of Forgotten Vegetables in La Haye-de-Routot, and the Chilli Pepper Festival in Espelette. The article also invites its readers to the Hardanger Fruit and Cider Festival in Norway, the Chestnut Festival on Greece's Crete, and the Olive Festival in Spain's Mallorca, and reveals three most attractive Britain's food destinations - Food Glorious Food in Suffolk, the Apple Festival in Cornwall, and the Big Green Food Festival in North Yorkshire.