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The Franconia wine region, Hofkeller in Würzburg
Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer in Hotel Adlon Kempinski
Fresh asparagus for sale in the Münsterland region
Süllberg – Seven Seas
Restaurant EssZimmer
Fine wines at the vineyard
Dresden's Christstollen
Bavarian beer
Geisels Werneckhof
Falco Der! Tisch
Enjoying the local wine at a vintner's tavern in Baden-Württemberg
Apfelwein from Hessen
Green sauce
The Hessische Bergstraße wine region, market square in Heppenheim
The Baden wine region, Achkarren in the Kaiserstuhl mountains
The Middle Rhine wine region, Kaub, Gutenfels Castle and Pfalzgrafenstein Castle
Pretzels from Baden-Württemberg
Eiergrog on Heligoland
Up close with a herd of Heidschnucke sheep
Fischers Fritz gourmet restaurant

Food and drink in Germany.

A destination with an exciting culture, varied scenery and a long history, Germany has always known how to make an impression, and German cuisine has long been another highlight to add to the list.

Anyone planning a gourmet tour of Germany can expect an almost infinite wealth of gastronomic delights, from traditional inns to one of the more than 300 Michelin-starred and gourmet restaurants. As well as sharing the same exacting standards regarding the quality and origin of their produce, each eatery also has its own specific culinary concepts. So there is no shortage of choice when it comes to fine interpretations of traditional recipes or modern and innovative creations complete with a pleasant atmosphere and authentic hospitality.

For centuries, Germans have also appreciated good wines. So it is hardly surprising to discover that around 80,000 producers are currently cultivating vines on approximately 102,000 hectares of land, including some international award-winning varieties. Germany currently has no fewer than 13 wine regions. For the last few years, many very creative young people have joined forces with these wine producers – their wine cellars and courtyards should be an essential stop on any gastronomic trip. Whichever region you choose for your "gourmet trail" through Germany, you are sure to find a treat for your taste buds at every stop.