Mar 25, 2015

Culinary city tours: “Red beer and Blaue Zipfel”

The Nuremberg Tourism Association offers a culinary tour of the city every Saturday evening under the title “Red Beer and Blaue Zipfel.” How did the German Bratwurst get its name and what is so special about the Nuremberg gingerbread (Lebkuchen)?

For how long have Nuremberg’s female cooks known ravioli and how much meat did the citizens of Nuremberg used to eat?

What does "devil kitchen” mean and what has the planner of the English Garden to do with the food in Nuremberg? These and other questions about the cooking pot will be answered during the course of these tours. Your senses will also have their own experience of this topic because of the food samples which are handed out along the route.

The tour takes place every Saturday at 5pm

(except on the weekend of the bard meeting and Blue Night).
Costs: 14,-/13,- euros reduced (including numerous sample tastings)
Duration: 1.5 -2 hours

Meeting point: Rathausplatz, Haupteingang Altes Rathaus
(Town Hall Square, main entrance to old town hall)
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Burgstraße / Rathaus: City bus: 36, 46, 47

Organiser: Geschichte Für Alle e.V.
You can obtain advance tickets at the Tourist Information offices at Königstraße 93 and Hauptmarkt 18.
More information at: www.tourismus.nuernberg.de or www.geschichte-fuer-alle.de