• Tour code: 40241P1
  • Location: Vienna, Austria
  • Duration: 4 hours (approx.)

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There’s no better place to sample Austrian cuisine than Vienna, and this 4-hour tour offers the ideal introduction for traveling foodies. Experience the buzzing atmosphere of the Naschmarkt market; visit a traditional bakery and an artisan chocolate shop; sample delicious Austrian cheeses, sausages and wines; and enjoy Viennese coffee at a historic café.


  • 4-hour food, wine and coffee tasting tour of Vienna
  • Browse the stalls at the famous Naschmarkt market
  • Visit a bakery, an artisan chocolate shop, a wine cellar and a coffee house
  • Sample typical Viennese cheeses, sausages, wines and pastries
  • Get the inside scoop on Vienna’s foodie scene from a local guide
  • Small-group tour limited to 12 people ensures a personalized experience

What You Can Expect

Meet your guide, a fellow foodie, in central Vienna to begin your food-inspired walking tour and head straight for your first destination – a traditional coffee house. Sample a typical Viennese coffee and hear about the city’s famous coffee culture as you enjoy your morning caffeine fix.

Continue to the Naschmarkt, which has been Vienna’s busiest market since the 16th-century, and soak up the atmosphere as you stroll around the myriad stalls. Listen as your guide points out traditional ingredients and seasonal products, and get chance to taste delicious Austrian cheeses and locally produced vinegars. You might even opt to purchase some picnic supplies or edible souvenirs to take away with you.

Next, get a taste of Vienna’s street food with a stop at a popular Würstelstand, where you can try a range of Viennese sausages and side dishes. Of course, no meal is complete with a glass of wine, so the next stop will be at a wine cellar to sample three different Austrian wines.

Your gastronomic adventure isn’t over yet – there’s still time to stop by a local butcher shop for some tasty Austrian bacon and ham, indulge your sweet tooth at a traditional bakery, and visit an artisan chocolate shop.

Finally, with your appetite sated and plenty of recommendations for where to eat in the city from your guide, your tour ends on Postgasse or Gumpendorfer Strasse in central Vienna.

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