Virtuoso, VizEat Partner for Immersive Food Experiences

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VizEat, the leading immersive food experience platform with locals, and Virtuoso have announced a new partnership. The relationship provides Virtuoso’s 15,200 travel advisors and their clientele with access to VizEat’s curated food experiences, delivering cultural experiences and social authenticity alongside Virtuoso’s acclaimed luxury offerings.

VizEat has 22,000 hosts in over 110 countries, offering unique culinary experiences. These experiences range from sharing a dinner or teaching a cooking class to taking a food tour or partaking in a wine tasting. VizEat offers a slice of authenticity and interaction with a local host over an original culinary experience—giving insight into the locals’ life and culture.

The VizEat app joins Virtuoso’s collection of 1,700 of the finest luxury hotels, resorts, cruise lines, airlines, tour operators and other suppliers in 140 countries. These partners, which specialize in world-class client service and experiences, work in concert with Virtuoso advisors to provide clients with rare opportunities and value. Anyone can sign up to become either a host or a guest of VizEat and the mobile apps for VizEat are available for Apple and Android devices. 

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According to a written release, Virutoso's managing director, destinations & experiences, Cece Drummond says 'VizEat's innovative concept is a perfect fit with two trends Virtuoso has been observing growing of late: culinary travel and the desire to enjoy authentic local experiences." 

Virtuoso is an invite-only organization that comprises over 770 travel agency partners with more than 15,200 elite travel advisors in 44 countries throughout North America, Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa and the Middle East

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