Travelling to Europe means an endless list of mouth-watering foods of all sorts - from sausages, fresh pastas, wines, baguette, cheese, and many other delicacies. Here are the best 5 food experiences that you should try in your future Europe escapade.

Ultimate Pasta Adventure in Italy. When it comes to the freshest pasta in the world, it is undeniable that no other country can beat Italy. If you go to Rome or Venice and go back home without actually having a taste of their pastas, then you must probably cry for regret as you definitely failed to achieve the ultimate pasta experience you could ever have in your life.

The hand-tossed freshly made pastas go perfectly with the freshest toppings you could ever imagine. The thin crust charred in the brick-oven literally melts in the mouth together with the combination of herbs, cheese, pepperoni and all the other ingredients Italy has stored just for you.

Wine Experience in France. With 7 to 8 billion bottles, equivalent to 50 to 60 million hectolitres per year, France is definitely the real frontrunner when it comes to the finest wines you could ever taste. It is also where the most expensive and high-end wines are produced putting France among the largest producers of wine in the world. It has been a source of unique practices for wine-making that has been widely embraced by other countries which produce wine.

Your trip to France would not be complete if you will not visit Château Puech-Haut, one of the leading wineries in the southern part of France, according to The Guardian. Among the finest wine regions in France include the Alsace, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne, Île-de-France and Languedoc-Roussillon.

Tapas in Madrid, Spain. The evolution of the Spanish history goes with the development in the Tapas of Spain. Original Spanish tapas were slices of bread or meat which are normally chorizo or ham. Among the most famous tapas from Spain include the Allioli, whose classic ingredients are composed of garlic, oil and salt only and is served over bread or with either boiled or grilled meat, vegetables or fish.

There are also Calamares or the battered squid rings with special sauce and the Chorizo al vino, chorizo sausage slowly simmered in red wine. Savory dishes such as cheese, jamon, and fried vegetables are some of the complimentary together with a drink, The Overseas Escape reports.

Copenhagen's Gourmet Tour. A visit to the most amazing hangouts in Copenhagen including the West End Gourmet will give the tourists a taste of the succulent Danish cuisine. The tour, which begins from the Vesterbros Torv, goes along a Meatpacking district that startles the guests to the oldest Danish factories which are thereafter transformed to a gastronomic area. This is where you can find the world-famous artisan cheese, beers from the Danish classic microbrewery and the open sandwiches commonly known as the smørrebrod.

Meatlovers' Haven in Austria. Austria, particularly Vienna, is an actual paradise of meat lovers on Earth. In its every corner, you will get to see the Würstelstand, a traditional food stand in Austria that sells the most authentic sausages you will ever taste in your entire life. The best sausages in Vienna are traditionally made from beef and pork. Aside from sausages, you can also find the juiciest and most luscious hotdogs, meatloaves called the Leberkäse and the sausages that are filled with pockets of cheese commonly called Käsekrainer.

Aside from these five food experiences, Europe is a perfect place to discover and experience the different tastes of the world. And the best way to discover it is to actually taste it first-hand.