Guy Fieri and his son Hunter's month-long culinary journey through Europe kicks off in Athens, Greece, where they learn the secrets to making the perfect gyro and check out an old-school barbecue rotisserie restaurant. Traveling next to Crete, Greece's largest island, the duo experiences lobster fishing on the Mediterranean, sheep milking in the countryside and a family-style Greek dinner with regional dishes to die for.
The second stop on Guy Fieri and his son Hunter's month-long culinary adventure brings them to Rome, where they discover how to make the perfect cup of cappuccino, dine at a unique seafood spot and dive into gelato-making at a place serving up tradition since the 1880s. Then, heading up to northern Italy, Hunter learns to commandeer a gondola in Venice and the duo have an endearing family reunion in Sesto Calende.
Guy Fieri and his son Hunter's month-long culinary adventure through Europe continues with a visit to Parma, Italy, where Guy fulfills a longtime dream of witnessing the making of true Parmigiano-Reggiano. Then, they discover the years-long process behind curing and aging prosciutto. Crossing into Switzerland, they make a pit stop for some real Swiss fondue.
Guy Fieri and his son Hunter's month-long culinary adventure through Europe continues in Germany, where they learn to make authentic pretzels and Hunter shows some style in old-fashioned lederhosen. Then, moving on to France, the guys learn the surprising and intricate tradition behind making true French croissants in Paris and cook up a Mexican feast while reuniting with an old friend in Chantilly.
Guy Fieri and his son Hunter's month-long culinary adventure through Europe continues with a visit to London, where they learn a real English tradition at one of the oldest fish and chips shops in the city, then get a taste of authentic Indian food. Finally, the trip wraps up in Spain, where they are reunited with the rest of the Fieri family and share a meal of true Spanish paella.