Italy produces approximately 600 different types of cheeses, and some of their most famous cheeses date back centuries, or even millennia years in the case of Pecorino Romano

Sampling cheese can be a delicious experience. Cheese always has a place at the table on European Waterways cruises, but what is the best way to serve it?

Are you a turophile (cheese lover)? You'll love our guide to French soft cheese! From Brillat-Savarin to Tourrée de l’Aubier - how many have you tried?

Do you know how to serve the perfect cheese board? With a myriad of varieties to be enjoyed on board, our experts share their top tips...

Gascony has some of the most delicious gastronomic traditions in France. Our cruises introduce you to the region’s food and wine in the most wonderful way

Are you a true turophile (cheese lover)? Our barge cruises in France are the perfect opportunity to get tasting!

What could be more quintessentially French than wine and cheese? Find out more about the pairing on your French barge cruise.

Here we look at Roquefort, a wonderful blue sheep’s milk cheese, produced in southern France. It is served most often on our hotel barges on the Canal du Midi.