In Paris, London, Barcelona, Prague and Stockholm, tourists and locals can find everything from conventional comfort foods sold curbside to trendy upscale street treats on-the-go.
Tourists from Australia sample smoked reindeer heart at Ostermalm’s Saluhall in Stockholm.
Fresh street food for sale in London’s East End.
Jellified apple with foie gras at Quimet y Quimet tapas bar in Barcelona.
Founder of the food tour company Paris by Mouth, Meg Zimbeck, gives an interview in front of the Eiffel Tower.
Kumpir, a baked potato street food in Istanbul.
Busy streets around Prague’s Wenceslas Square.
Food guide Fredrik Ekstrom samples fresh gravid lax at Ostermalm’s Saluhall in Stockholm.
The variety of meats available at Boucherie Michel Bruno at the Marche d'Aligre neighborhood market in Paris.
Fish doesn’t come fresher than on these boats floating down Istanbul’s Bosphorus River.
Fresh cheese for sale at the Hardouin Cheese shop at the Marche d’Aligre neighborhood market in Paris.
Outdoor stalls at the Havelske Trziste market in Prague.
Caribbean street food of beet root and apple stew in London's East End.
Food writer Tara Stevens snacks on chickpeas with blood sausage at Bar Pinotxo in Barcelona’s Boqueria Market.
A variety of nuts for sale in the spice markets of Istanbul.
London’s Tubby Isaacs street stand is known for jellied eels.
Stockholm’s picturesque harbor.