Bratwurst should be enjoyed in Franconia, waffles in Amsterdam and whiskey in Scotland, of course. But do you also know where to go for kacamak, apple carousels or almond rice? We'll tell you.
One of the smallest but also one of the most beautiful wine regions in Germany is located in Elbtal, Saxony.
A kitchen characterised by different climatic and cultural influences has developed between rough mountain air and a mild Mediterranean climate. From a culinary point of view, both the oriental and the occident have left their mark in the "Land of the Black Mountains".
South Tyrol is worth a visit at any time of the year. In autumn, hikers and connoisseurs can recharge their batteries and enjoy local specialties.
Delicious gourmets and wine lovers should plan a short holiday to the Franconian vineyard during the asparagus season. Franken is known for its top wines, which go particularly well with "royal" vegetables.