Grundregel in einem echten Biergarten: Man darf die eigene Brotzeit mitbringen

Culinary Bavaria

Veal sausages from Munich, cheese from the Allgäu and brezn (pretzels) with your beer – Bavaria's regions are full of culinary delicacies. Wine too is firmly anchored in the Bavarian culture of enjoyment. Bavarian specialities can be sampled at inns, monastery taverns and beer gardens, on wine-growing estates, at wine festivals and in traditional alpine pastures, always under the excellent patronage of warm-hearted hosts. Here, we introduce you to some of the specialities your customers definitely ought to try, and some of the experiences that can be had in Bavaria relating to beer and wine.

Bad Kötzting: Brauerei Gasthof

Experiencing the bavarian art of brewing

In the beer garden, it goes well with pretzels and snacks. At the Oktoberfest, it's served in the proper stein. Beer belongs to Bavaria

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Weingut Fürst: Das milde Klima und die eisenhaltigen Böden der Region eignen sich besonders für Rotwein

A guest in the Franconian wine country

Between the Spessart and Tauber valleys lies the Franconian wine country with its dreamy landscapes, small wine-growing villages and medieval towns

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Xaver's: Bio-Schweinsbraten mit Knödel und Blaukraut

Bavarian specialities

Bavaria's specialties are world-famous, regional cultural assets, many of which have been prepared according to traditional recipes for centuries

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