Travel guide Lonely Planet has released a new book revealing its top picks for food and drink holidays in Europe and East Anglia has been making waves.

Norfolk and Suffolk's 'Seafood Coast' is one of the 40 listings for weekend getaways in its new release Gourmet Trails - Europe.

It features alongside discovering UNESCO vineyards in France and foraging for wild herbs in Germany's Black Forest.

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The guide said: "To sample Britain's traditional seafood culture today, you have to sail to the edge of East Anglia, where small inshore boats still bring home the best of the North Sea on a cottage-industry scale.

Eastern Daily Press: Seafood on offer at The White Horse in Brancaster Staithe Picture: Rob WilliamsonSeafood on offer at The White Horse in Brancaster Staithe Picture: Rob Williamson (Image: Rob Williamson)

"You will find that fabulous seafood is a constant refrain as you drift from dainty fishing village to rolling, dune-baked beach - you will even find it for sale in the inland waterways of the Norfolk Broads."

The Norfolk locations featured are Davies Fish Shop in Cromer, Wells Crab House, Gurney's Fish Shop in Burnham Market and The Mussell Pod and The White Horse in Brancaster Staithe.

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It also recommends Cley Windmill as a great place to stay and urges visitors to go to Holkham Hall and the Cromer Crab and Lobster Festival. 

In Suffolk, it recommends Pinney's of Orford and Sole Bay Fish Company and Sutherland House, both in Southwold. 

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