eat-the-world in Munich
A tour of the town of a special kind awaits the participants of "eat-the-world." Beyond the well-known tourists' paths, "eat-the-world" offers an alternative view behind the big city's backdrop into the culinary heart of Munich. Munich's town history turns into a pleasurable experience – also and above all for the senses of taste.
Culture and culinary pleasures in a city like Munich are inseparably bound up with one another. "eat-the-world" places Munich's gastronomic highlights on the table and in so doing explains the history, culture, architecture, and the range of entertainment that is to offer in the Bavarian metropolis, which is why seven delicious samples from classic Munich restaurants and cafés are included in every town tour.
On the Haidhausen tour, for example, gourmets with an interest in culture learn everything about the town district where the beer used to be cooled and the workers were housed in abysmal conditions. Today Haidhausen has turned into a trendy quarter with lifestyle shops, studios, and small restaurants where there is a lot to discover and to taste.
Artists, thinkers, and jet-setters alike meet together in Schwabing: the famous Munich town district with its cafés, pubs, and restaurants fascinates us with its charm. Culture, architecture, and culinary specialties can be discovered on the tour which lasts for three hours.
The development and the interplay of tradition and modernity can be very well imparted by means of a culinary look at the town's history. With this idea in mind Elke Freimuth, founder of "eat-the-world," has convinced the Internet Travel Marketing Association (Internet Reisevertrieb – VIR) and won the "Springboard 2009" ("Sprungbrett 2009) award in the innovation competition.