If you consider yourself the ultimate ice cream lover then put these cool ice cream stops on your bucket list. To compile this list we scoured the globe for the most unique places to enjoy ice cream. From Mexico to New York and Japan, here are our top ice cream finds:
The city of Los Angeles is home to this unique shop that serves organic bicycle-churned ice cream.
Located near Monterrey, Mexico, this colorful ice cream shop offers visitors a unique treat: ice cream made with liquid nitrogen.
For an icy treat that stares back at you, hit up Barcelona to try this fluffy Taiwanese-style ice cream with all the fixings.
No trip to New York City would be complete this summer without a stop at People's Pops in Brooklyn or Manhattan. Even Martha Stewart is a fan.
This Florentine gelateria opened its first shop abroad at Macy's department store in Manhattan. The gelato is made using artisanal Italian techniques passed down for generations.
For ice cream with the texture of cotton candy, head over to this Los Angeles landmark.
Located in the outskirts of Bologna, you'll get your fill of gelato history along with a serving of creamy Italian gelato.
If you like ice cream with a bit of umami, head to Japan for a lick of ice cream flavors like miso ramen.