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Sweet Treats of Vienna Pastry Tasting Experience
There are many reasons why Vienna is famous for its sweets — join us on this Vienna food tour and find out why! Explore the city’s most beloved pastry shops, accompanied by a friendly local guide.
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- Visit a family-owned bakery that’s loved by locals and sample their pasteries
- indulge in delicious Austrian treats like crepes, apricot dumplings and cake
- Sample handmade chocolate with flavor combinations you've never dreamed of
- Learn the history behind some of Austria’s most famous pastries
- Explore local neighborhoods off the typical tourist trail of Vienna
DescriptionYour Vienna food tour starts with a visit to a family-owned bakery in Vienna’s 10th district. From our meeting point of St. Stephen’s Cathedral, we’ll ride the subway over to this very local, multicultural neighborhood. Here, you’ll sample one of our favorite local treats: krapfen, which is a jam-filled doughnut sprinkled with sugar. These pastries are popular year-round, but especially so leading up to Lent. Next, take the subway to the 4th district, to visit a little-known coffee house. This place may not be famous, but its Austrian cakes and strudels are absolutely delicious. Finally, we’ll visit Vienna’s famous Naschmarkt, where we’ll sample some handmade Austrian chocolates before finishing our Vienna tour with a drink at a hipster hangout in the 7th district. This Vienna food tour varies with the seasons, but some treats you may get on your tour include palatschinken (jam-filled crepes), marillenknödel (apricot dumplings), gugelhupf (bundt cake), and/or Austrian ice cream.
IncludesLocal English-speaking guide 1st stop: 1 warm dessert, 2 cold desserts (cakes or strudels depending on the menu), coffee or hot chocolate or tea, soda drink (iced tea, apple juice or homemade juice) 2nd stop: chocolate tasting at a famous Viennese chocolate company, hot chocolate in winter or a homemade ice cream in summer 3rd stop: a savoury dish in a typical Viennese restaurant (goulash or schnitzel or a spinach dumplings), cold drink(wine/beer/soda) 4th stop: 2 warm desserts (typical Viennese sweets) Seasonal from April to September: iced apricot dumpling
- Weather Our tours run rain or shine, so please dress accordingly! Bring an umbrella or raincoat with you if it’s raining. In winter months, temperatures can dip quite low, so dress warmly. But this is also your tour, so if you’re too uncomfortable along the way, just let your guide know — we can always adjust the itinerary and pop into a nearby café to warm up. Walking Our tours involve a fair amount of walking, however, we’re always happy to accommodate. Let us know in advance if you have any mobility issues, and we can adjust the itinerary to suit your needs. Allergies and dietary restrictions We are happy to accommodate vegetarians and vegans on all our tours. Unfortunately, gluten allergies are bit more difficult to accommodate, especially on our pastry tour. Please contact us in advance, and we can let you know what options are available. While traditional Austrian cuisine has become lighter over the years, we still rely on meat, milk, butter