Walking Food Tours in Potsdam
The Potsdam culinary experience: 7 samples in 3 hours!
Explore the Picturesque Potsdam with our Walking Tours
As you walk the momentous streets of Potsdam, you will not only experience its culinary offerings, but also the history, culture, entertainment, and architecture as each tour focuses specifically on these elements with regards to both the Old Town district and the city as a whole. So not only will you become an expert on the advancement of the Potsdam food industry, but also the development of the city itself. Upon completion of a city walking tour (also see "things to do in closeby Berlin"), you will walk away with a deeper appreciation and greater understanding of the city of Potsdam, as well as a full stomach, which is why an eat-the-world tour gift certificate is the perfect present to give that special someone (or even a not-so-special someone). Give the gift that keeps on giving, and take the stress and difficulty out of finding the perfect item by just giving them what you know they’ll love!
Discover the Historic Charm of Potsdam with our Food Tours
Consider us your culinary sherpas as we engage in an elegant dining adventure, at which point you will experience Potsdam like the locals with our gastronomic walking tours aimed at introducing you to the hidden gems of the city. As you stroll along the enchanting streets of Potsdam over the course of three hours, you will be given seven different food samples which are representative of both the city and its Old Town district. If you’re craving the history and culture of Berlin, minus the hustle and bustle of the capital city, then we recommend the Potsdam Old Town walking food tour or the Potsdam Dutch Quarter walking food tour, where you can expect to find all the cosmopolitan features of a major city, but in a more up-scale and demure setting. Join us on our Potsdam tour and together we’ll explore specialty traditional restaurants offering regional cuisine, gourmet delicatessens with Mediterranean influences, high-class Hungarian bistros, and quaint intellectual museum cafés—just to name a few!