Food and drink play an important role in Bavarian culture in all aspects of which beer brewed in the numerous breweries both large and small across the state plays a hugely important role. This historic importance of beer has brought with it a rich wealth of beer gardens and taverns that still today are patronised by people from all walks of life. Come and experience Bavaria's regional specialities, gourmet tours and the Bavarian joie de vivre.
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Experience the variety of the regional cuisine and enjoy the renowned beer.
Since 2009, the “Historisches Eck” Restaurant is the home of Anton Schmaus, Regensburg’s only Michelin star-rated cook. His restaurant is a harmonious blend between tradition and modern cuisine, which blends so well into the UNESCO World Heritage City of Regensburg.
Nuremberg's sizzling sausage tradition started way back in the 14th century. Even celebrity fans are have shown their support: The famous author and poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe regularly had sausages from Nuremberg. Here we reveal the ideal places to enjoy hearty traditional Bavarian dishes with sausages.
Bavaria’s beer garden season starts in May and runs right through to October. The shade of ancient horse chestnut trees become a rendezvous for both young and old and locals and visitors alike: a place to enjoy a convivial glass of cool beer and some tasty Bavarian snacks. You can even bring your own picnic.
In the Ammergauer Alps open-view cheese dairy you can take a close-up view of how the Bavarian cheese is made, using the most modern technology. A visit to the cheese dairy, in beautiful natural surroundings, is sure to be an interesting experience!
"Slyrs distillery", the small distillery in the Upper Bavarian village of Schliersee is Germany’s largest whisky distillery and "Slyrs" is Bavaria’s very first malt whisky. In the shop attached to the distillery customer can purchase this unique souvenir of Bavaria.
Delicious elixirs and schnapps from fruits and berries are made by the Johann Guggenbichler distillery and by the Adelberger distillery in Bavaria. Here you can attend guided tours, learn all about schnapps and by your Bavarian souvenir.
... our Schwane wines, the wonderful Main landscape that produces them, our newly established estate on the outskirts of the tranquil town of Volkach, the inspirational harmony of the past and the present that is there to be experienced, discovered and enjoyed in every wine, every detail and every moment.
Brewer Leonhard Salleck and its 35m high tower has become a place of homage to “weißbier” and Hundertwasser.
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