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The German Food Tour

Written by: Georgina Ingham | Posted 17 August 2015 17:32

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Discover the specialties of the German regions in the new German Food Tour in Berlin

 

German Food Tour

 

You can eat Italian, Chinese, Thai or Greek in Germany in many places. But once you are in Germany, wouldn’t your rather try the typical German cuisine?

 

German Food Tour

 

The German Food Tour:

The German Food Tour is the first food tour in Berlin focusing on German food. And German food has much more to offer than Schnitzel, Wurst and Sauerkraut.

 

In Berlin there are restaurants of nearly all German regions, for example Bavaria, Baden, Hesse, Thuringia or Brandenburg. Sometimes they are hidden and not located in the main tourist area.

 

German Food Tour

 

The German food tour – guided in German, English and Spanish – leads to four typical restaurants in the center of the city and four German regions are covered. In every restaurant there is a snack and a typical drink like German beer or German wine. Juice or mineral water is also available, if you do not drink alcohol.

 

German Food Tour

 

All restaurants visited are small, sometimes family business and no chain restaurants. The tour lasts 2 to 3 hours, during which you will learn all about German cuisine by a knowledgeable guide. Furthermore you will receive tips for good restaurants in town.

 

The amount of food equals a normal dinner. To end the tour the customers will receive home made German cake, for example Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte, cheese cake or fruit cake. There are options for vegetarians.

 

German Food Tour

 

The price of the tour is 60 Euro, all inclusive. Most part of the tour will be done walking. The distance between the restaurants usually is 5 to 10 minutes walking distance. If one restaurant is too far away, we will use public transport. If you do not have a ticket for public transport in Berlin, you can buy a single ticket which is around 3 Euro however this is not included in the tour price.

 

Even in bad weather the tours go ahead regardless of weather it is sunny or rainy. Maximum size for a group is 12 people.

 

The tour is Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 6 pm, all year round. Starting point is Kollwitzplatz in Prenzlauer Berg.

 

The Berlin Food Tour:

German Food Tour

 

The Berlin Food Tour concentrates on typical food of Berlin. We visit a Berlin market hall Wilhelminian style to taste food of farmers from Brandenburg, the region around Berlin. After that a typical Berlin dish in a "Wirtshaus“ is waiting. Last not least you will be treated with homemade German cake and coffee in a pleasant cafe.

 

 

German Food Tour

This tour is 45 Euro, food and two drinks included.

 

The Guide:

Dirk Engelhardt studied journalism in Berlin and has lived for more than 20 years in the most interesting city in Germany. He works as freelance journalist and writes about food, travel and lifestyle for prestigious German magazines and newspapers.

 
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