The Underground Donut Tour, which hosts thousands of guests from around the world and showcases the best donuts each city has to offer, is branching out and adding tours in Spanish across 8 of its 17 locations. The walking donut tour has been running for seven years across the US, Canada, UK and Ireland, including Chicago, Philadelphia, New York City, Portland, Seattle, Boston, Nashville, Miami, New Orleans, Washington DC, London and Dublin.

Spanish tours will now take place in Chicago, New York (Chelsea, Times Square, Brooklyn), Portland, Toronto, Las Vegas and Vancouver.

“Over the last few years, we’ve branched out from one city to multiple cities, and then to multiple countries. Today, we’re adding multiple languages to our roster as well,” says Jeff Woelker, founder of the Underground Donut Tour. “The Underground Donut Tour prides itself on being as inclusive as possible and this is another way for us to share our love of donuts with our guests, in their native language. Our long-term plan is to continue to add more languages depending on the demand from our guests. We’ve had several requests recently for tours in German, Danish, French and Japanese, so we’re always willing to consider additional options as well.”

Attendees walk between four of the most interesting donut shops in each city as guides share the history of each location, along with many local sights, sounds and tastes of the area. All of our tours take typically take place in the central district of each city and highlight the best donuts, donut shops and the surrounding history and culture of each city center.

Tours in Spanish started February 27 and will run year-round.

“Quite often, our guests speak multiple languages and this will allow them to choose the preferred language and tour that’s best for them,” says Jenny Saldana, booking manager for the Underground Donut Tour.