Culinary tours of Vienna
Vienna is famous for its cuisine, its coffee house culture and the 'Heurige' wine taverns. The culinary facets of the city can best be explored on a tour.
The culinary tours of "Wien bewegt" lead participants, on request, to selected restaurants with Viennese cuisine, various 'Heurige' wine taverns or coffee houses. On the tours, bon vivants experience a mix of culture, history and culinary delights. A minivan takes the visitors from one restaurant to the next, so there is also plenty of sightseeing to enjoy on the way. Two to three restaurants, cafés or bars are visited on the tours, which are individually composed. The following focal points are on the program and can also be combined: Viennese Cuisine, 'Heurige' Wine Taverns, Coffee Houses, Monarchy and Deluxe.
GTour offers pleasure tours with guided tours and tastings at the Naschmarkt and Karmelitermarkt (€33 / €37 per person incl. all tastings). The Grand Tour, which costs €89 per person, presents Vienna's restaurant scene away from the toques and stars with a multi-course menu in eight to ten different restaurants. And sweet Vienna can also be encountered on a tour costing €52 per person.
Peter's Naschmarkt Walks lead on a two-hour walk through the market, visitors learn lots of interesting facts and have the opportunity to sample a wide variety of specialties. The standard tour is available for €31 per person, including tastings; special programs are available on request.
The Vienna Sensory Tour goes on three different routes through the Viennese “Grätzel” districts: One tour goes from the Hannovermarkt in the 20th district to the 9th district; the second tour focuses on the Kutschkermarkt in the 18th district and the surrounding area; the third tour leads to Meidlinger Market in the 12th district. Food is professionally sampled at various epicurean stations under trained guidance. The Vienna Sensory Tour lasts about 3 hours and costs €48 per person including tastings and a cloth bag. The two-hour First Vienna Food Tour offers an insight into the Austrian dining culture for €35 per person – including tastings.
Culinary discoveries are also offered by the team of Gänseblümchen. The tours lead to selected localities from the secret tip to the toque-winning restaurant - with special food tastings. Visitors can discover the tasty aspects of various districts on the tours. The tours last about 3 hours and cost €64 per person, which includes a visit to 5 or 6 locations, with a plate of food and a drink at each one.
The experience tours by Artemezzo follow in the footsteps of Klimt, Sisi, Mozart and Schnitzler to inns, gourmet temples and coffee houses. Starters, main courses and desserts are sampled in a different establishment each time, with participants being regaled with entertaining stories on the way there. Every Saturday at 7.00 pm, €70 per person incl. menu. There are city tours with tastings on the subject of beer on Wednesdays (€49 per person), the tasting tour "Wien dekadent" visits luxurious hotel bars on Thursdays (€59) and hidden wine bars and historic wine cellars are explored on Fridays (€69), all at 7.00 pm.
The Vienna Food Tours show the modern and new side of Viennese cuisine on their visits to selected restaurants and bars – off the beaten tourist track. The tour lasts about 3.5 to 4 hours and is held every Friday from 5.00 pm. The price of €99 includes one dish and drink per stop.
And at Food Tours Vienna, participants enjoy Viennese cuisine and regional specialties. The four-hour tour ranges from a coffee house visit to samples at the Naschmarkt, from a sausage stand to a tasting of wine, ham and pralines in specialty shops. The price of 85 euros per person includes all samples and beverages.
Ingrid Andrea Bagus presents the unknown sweet side of Vienna away from Sachertorte and Co. on a two-hour walk through the city. The booking fee of €29 per person also includes tastings of Viennese sweet treats.
Peter’s Naschmarkt Walks
Vienna Sensory Tour & First Vienna Food Tour
The tours are held from March to October and are offered in German (English on request).
The First Vienna Food Tour is offered in English: www.firstviennafoodtour.com