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National dishes of Germany in the section

When the conversation concerns German cuisine, the first thing an inexperienced tourist thinks about is sausages and hefty mugs of beer, and, of course, it turns out to be wrong, because the real national dishes of Germany are famous for their variety of tastes and directions, and drinks - sophistication and a bouquet of flavors. Of course, with the growing popularity of Germany as a tourist destination, it is harder and harder to find truly German dishes in the big cities of this country, everything is dominated by unification, the German entrepreneur adapts to the average tourist. Nevertheless, if you are a true fan of gastronomic tourism, you will find, even with the help of a local guide, a huge number of provincial restaurants that, not in pursuit of profit, but out of love for traditions and the culinary art itself, prepare amazing dishes according to the recipes of their fathers. and grandfathers. Yes, these provincial restaurants are located off the paths packed with tourists, but, on the other hand, what a variety will appear before you, because each region specializes in its original dishes, improving the recipes for centuries. Isn't this a unique chance to plunge into the culture of Germany with your head and with gusto !? In our article you will find recipes for the most popular German dishes.

German cuisine, recipes and origins


So, let's try Brezel for breakfast. These are large, soft pretzels, usually without filling or sprinkled with salt. The name Brezel, came to us from the Middle Ages, pretzels are made in the form of a bracelet tied around the wrist, this is how this name appeared. Pretzels are delicious on their own or with cold German beer or white sausages - a German dish that makes up a traditional South German breakfast.

Pretzels can be cut lengthwise and spread with butter, in a word, there is room for experimentation! Fortunately, they are sold in almost every bakery, so maybe they will decorate your every breakfast!

They are more popular in southern Germany - Brezel is especially tasty in these regions and is certainly served for breakfast with Weisswurst (white sausage) and aromatic wheat beer.

It is certainly unforgivable to visit Germany and not try the famous sausages, however, although this is a familiar German dish, nevertheless, here you can find your exclusivity and exotic charm. After all, more than 1,500 types of different sausages are produced in Germany, so there is plenty to choose from:

  • Bratwurst is the most famous of the German sausages, usually made from pork, but there are also recipes from beef or veal. The homeland of these sausages is Northern Bavaria, where the best recipes for their preparation are still preserved. These sausages, depending on the region, are garnished and prepared in different ways, but mainly mustard and buns are used, in this flavor combination they are especially unforgettable.
  • Currywurst is a type of German fast food that first appeared in Berlin. Bratwurst sausage cut and drizzled with spiced tomato sauce, garnished with French fries.
  • White sausage (Weisswurst) is a German dish especially loved in Bavaria. These sausages are made from bacon and veal and boiled in water. They do not use preservatives or smoking, so it is better to eat them immediately after cooking and do not forget to peel the sausage from the sausage before eating!
  • Leberwurst is literally liver sausage, these sausages are served like a pate and, as breakfast, are loved throughout Germany.


The pride of Baden and Württemberg is the national German dish Spätzle, a type of soft noodle that is made from a very simple set of ingredients and pressed through a mesh, resulting in noodles. This dish is usually served with cheese or fried onions and is often used as a side dish. It is extremely popular with the local population, and is especially loved by the inhabitants of the Black Forest region.

National dishes of Germany in the section

Tour cost from 42 700 rubles

The program is ideal for those who want to get acquainted with Czech cuisine, which is distinguished by hearty dishes and juicy sweet desserts.

Tour program

day Sunday Arrival in Prague

Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel, accommodation.

day Prague sightseeing tour Dinner with tasting

Sightseeing tour of Prague, Prague Castle and Lesser Town.

Prague Castle (UNESCO) - the largest medieval castle complex in Europe, the residence of the rulers of the Czech Republic. Consists of three courtyards, where there are many palaces, temples and monasteries of all architectural styles of the last millennium, the most famous of which is St. Vitus Cathedral, the main Gothic symbol of the city. Walk through medieval streets, gardens, squares with magnificent panoramic views to the hundred-towered capital of the Czech Republic, to Charles Bridge, the main waterway of Prague - the Vltava River.

Dinner with wine tasting at the Grand Monastery Restaurant (2 hours)

Wine tasting with a light dinner at the Grand Monastery Restaurant located in the Strakhov Monastery complex, founded in 1140. 5 different types of wine made especially for the restaurant, cheese platter and a light dinner from traditional Czech dishes await you. The wine is kept in ancient cellars and bears the proud name of the founder of the Premonstran Order of St. Norberg.

day Free day

Free day in Prague. Possibility to purchase additional excursions.

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