Meander around Germany on this perfect 10-day food tour, from Rhine Valley and Black Forest flavors to Bavaria and potato dumplings. Handcrafted so that you can explore the full breadth of German flavors, these ten days include Riesling and microbreweries, Michelin dining, tiny local taverns, charming cities, and superb landscapes. This trip offers ten days of gastronomy that is often overlooked when traveling to Germany.
Rudesheim – A Leisurely Afternoon
Frankfurt is a convenient airport for both your arrival and departure, but it is not a city to linger in for long. A guide will meet you at the airport and take you to Rudesheim, which is a charming town that is perched on the Rhine River. You can check in to your hotel and take a leisurely stroll around the town. Nothing will be planned for today, other than reservations at Rudesheim’s best restaurant. Here, you can try Rheinischer Sauerbraten, which is a pot roast marinated in vinegar. This is the most typical old-world dish from the Rhine region.
Rudesheim – Private Rhine River Wine Tasting Cruise
Day 3 - 4
Baiersbronn – The Town of Seven Michelin Stars
Lake Constance – Wine in the Alps
Munich – Authentic Bavarian Cuisine
Munich – Full-Day Munich Beer Tour
Nuremberg – Franconian Baking and Brewing
Rothenburg – Franconian Cooking Class