Product Code : SBEP05

Duration: 03:00:00

Description

A walk with cultural and culinary delights. Start directly at the Mozart statue and find the first cultural delicacy - remains from Roman times. As an introduction, learn about the historical background of Salzburg's food culture of the past and present, about the salt trade and trade relations. Then start for the first culinary highlight - maybe a glass of Prosecco and Italian specialties or non-alcoholic, fresh juice? Find out which delicacies & spices have already been imported to Salzburg by the archbishops of the provincial prince. As confessing gourmets, they spoiled their guests with elaborate dishes and magnificent ceremonies. What was the Residenz used for, how many cooks did the prince archbishops have and where does the term "boaster" come from anyway?


You can find out all this and much more in Salzburg's largest square. Then walk through the Goldgasse to the Bürgerstadt, where goldsmiths and coppersmiths had their shops. In one of the restaurants, you can even find the oldest cookbook of Salzburg. On the way to the Old Market Square, you will hear about the secrets of the "original" Salzburg Mozartkugel. At a Mozartkugel tasting, you might even find your favorite kind. Get to know Salzburg's favorite coffee houses and learn why they are so popular. What would Salzburg be without the salt trade? Or without the famous Getreidegasse shopping street? But what does the Getreidegasse actually mean? How did it come about and what special delicacies can you find here? Let us surprise you - it will be spicy, fruity in taste.


On weekdays you will find the best vegetable, fruit and cheese stands at the Farmers Market. Here you can taste various products. Whether cheese, sausage, bread, fruit, vegetables or fish - the decision is difficult with this variety. But don't worry - I've already prepared a lot for you. We walk to the Salzburg Festival Theatre and on to the monastery of St. Peter. Even in the early days of Salzburg, there was a restaurant here, today one of the most famous restaurants in Salzburg - and not only because of its long history. The monks always distinguished themselves as lovers of fine cuisine and good drinks.


Discover one of the oldest restaurants in Europe or fine liquors in the monastery shop. The oldest bakery is right nearby - the popular sourdough bread of the local people. Your guide will finish the tour near a restaurant or Coffee house in the historic center.

Highlights

  • See the Farmers Market
  • Meet with local business owners
  • Explore the Historic city center with Abbey, Festival Hall, cathedral, Mozart Birthplace, and more

Inclusions

  • Most important historic sights
  • Two little food gifts
  • Private, customized walking tour
  • Certified guide

Exclusions

  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities
  • Entrance fees
  • Hotel transfers

Know Before You Book

  • This Tour takes place in any weather
  • Minimum 2 Pax required to confirm this booking

Know Before You Go

  • Please exchange your voucher (printed/digital) at the meeting point
  • Wheelchair friendly tour

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Salzburg Food Tour - German

Duration : 03:00
Included Food
Live Commentary
Live Commentary Language

German

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£194.81

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Salzburg Food Tour - English

Duration : 03:00
Included Food
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Live Commentary Language

English

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