10 Airports Where You Can Eat Like a Local During Your Layover

Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport: The first time I arrived at Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci airport, I grabbed a coffee from a vending machine.

Dubai International Airport: I’ve never set foot in the UAE, but I’ve been through Dubai on many connecting flights.

Atlanta International Airport : Atlanta is the busiest airport in the world, with over a million passengers traveling through the terminal walkways annually.

Hong Kong International Airport : Hong Kong offers a fusion of Cantonese, Western, and international cuisines.

Indira Gandhi International Airport: Delhi is a paradise for food lovers, and when the alluring smell of those spices hits your senses.

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John F. Kennedy International Airport : New York City has been a melting pot of cultures since its earliest days as a metropolis.

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Tan Son Nhat International Airport : Travelers can feast on iconic dishes such as pho, banh mi, fresh spring rolls.

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Athens International Airport : Athens International Airport in Greece is a paradise for fans of Greek cuisine. 

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Munich Airport (MUC), Munich, Germany: Indulge in the authentic atmosphere of a traditional German tavern at Airbräu.

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Incheon International Airport : South Korea is known for its diverse and flavorful cuisine, with famous dishes like bibimbap, bulgogi, and kimchi. 

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