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walking tour in Germany

Walking Tours in Germany Holiday walking tours

Our philosophy is simple - to get out of the cities and into the countryside where you can discover the charm and beauty of the German regions such as the Bavaria, theBlack Forest, Alsace on the French border and the Leutasch Valley in Austria. Walking with a small, like minded group is the best way to explore them. It is important to have time to "smell the roses", not to rush through but to soak up the atmosphere. We are great believers that the journey is what matters, not the destination! All our holidays in Germany are guided - we are not there to overload you with facts and figures but discreetly share with you the wonderful places we have discovered during our "journey".

 Guided Walking Holiday in Germany



A Taste of Europe A Taste of Europe
Black Forest, Alsace, Champagne
Sept. 14 days
The Romantic Path The Romantic Path
Walking through the Austrian Lakes District the Leutasch Valley and the Dolomites
Sept. 14 days

Holiday walking tours

About gourmet food and wine in Germany

Germany has a rich culinary heritage and is known for its hearty and flavorful cuisine. From savory sausages to sweet pastries, German cuisine offers a range of gourmet dishes that are popular worldwide. One of the most famous German gourmet dishes is the Schnitzel, a breaded and fried cutlet typically made from veal or pork. It is often served with a side of German potato salad and paired with a refreshing Riesling or a full-bodied Pinot Noir. Another popular German dish is the Spätzle, a type of egg noodle typically served with cheese or meat sauce. It is often paired with a dry white wine such as a Gewürztraminer or a Silvaner. Germany is also home to some of the world's finest wines, with the most famous wine regions located in the southwestern part of the country. The Mosel valley, for example, is known for its Riesling wines, which are characterized by their crisp acidity and fruity flavors. The Baden region is known for producing some of the country's best Pinot Noir wines, which are known for their complex aromas and smooth tannins. In addition to these traditional dishes and wines, Germany has also seen a rise in modern gourmet cuisine in recent years, with innovative chefs using locally-sourced ingredients to create unique and inventive dishes. Overall, Germany offers a rich and diverse gourmet food and wine scene that is sure to satisfy any food and wine lover's palate.