We are always looking for new destinations that will tantalize our minds and our tastebuds. SAVEUR’s Culinary Travel Awards 2014 might provide just the right list of cities to travel to. With its 21 categories, only the best options for the best of foodies were identified, taking the opinions of an expert panel of 36 world travelers and the votes of readers into consideration, while additional outstanding and notable picks in each category were also added to the list. The Culinary Travel Awards were first awarded on October 17, 2013, making this year the second official ceremony which distinguishes the best in culinary experiences for the foodie in all of us. We’ve compiled a list of the best in culinary destinations that you would be loathe not to visit. Whether you love the Asian, European or South American cuisines, there’s something for everyone!

5 Best Culinary Destinations in Large City Category (With population over 800,000)

1. Hong Kong, China

Spicy Wonton NoodlesImage: Spicy Wonton Noodles by Prayitno/Flickr

2. Paris, France

Paris romantic sunset in Ile de la Cite, street next to Notre Dame de Paris CathedralImage: Paris romantic sunset in Ile de la Cite, the street next to Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral by Moyan Brenn/Flickr

3. Melbourne, Australia

Breakfast at St Ali in South Melbourne, AustraliaImage: Breakfast at St Ali in South Melbourne, Australia by Katherine Lim/Flickr

4. São Paulo, Brazil

Fruits at the market in Sao PauloImage: Fruits at the market in Sao Paulo by Artur Luiz/Flickr

5. Barcelona, Spain

Tapas, traditional Spanish dishTapas, traditional Spanish dish

5 Best Culinary Destinations in Small City Category (With populations under 800,000)

1. Copenhagen, Denmark

Copenhagen Cafe DogsImage: Cafe in Copenhagen by Alex Berger/Flickt

2. San Sebastián, Spain

arzak lenguado con mamia, San Sebastian, SpainImage: Lenguado con mamia at Arzak in San Sebastian, Spain by Krista/Flickr

3. Tel Aviv, Israel

Tel Aviv food, IsraelImage by CityTree/Flickr

4. Florence, Italy

Florence Central MarketImage: Florence Central Market by Brad Knabel/Flickr

 5. Lyon, France

Image by Wayne Marshall, Lyone, FranceImage: Lyone, France by Wayne Marshall/Flickr