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Cologne: 3-Hour Südstadt Food Tour

1. Cologne: 3-Hour Südstadt Food Tour

Start your 3-hour walking tour at Chlodwigplatz, in the heart of the Südstadt. Learn some culinary facts about the district before enjoying your first taster. Hear about the history of the Südstadt as the walk continues. Stop for your second international gastronomical visit. Continue past cool second-hand shops, comic book stores, and the Mangal Döner, Lukas Podolski's latest project. Visit a Cologne brewery before stopping for a typical Cologne snack. Get more insider knowledge from your guide and hear the story of the House Balchem, St. Severin, and the wrong side of the Rhine. Savor another international delicacy and then end the tour with a sweet specialty.

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4.4 / 5

based on 68 reviews

The tour was great! A guided tour through the Severinsviertel. You learned a lot of exciting things and stopped at interesting and above all delicious restaurants. So you got to know traditional Cologne food, but also simply extraordinary food, while learning something about the history of Cologne. If there were difficulties in understanding, the guide always translated old idioms directly into standard German so that everyone could understand everything. I would book again at any time.

Manni, our tour guide told us many interesting stories about Cologne and the south of the city. The local selection is truly multicultural, just like Cologne is. We absolutely loved it. This brought us to Likale, which we would never have seen or visited without a tour!!

Our guide Harry took us through the southern part of Cologne and gave us lots of information and anecdotes. We were also allowed to try a few delicious culinary "little things" - we could skip the planned dinner afterwards. We liked it very much!

The tour was very interesting and varied. Harry; our guide told us interesting and funny things. The food was varied, tasty and generous in quantity. The distance walked during the 3 hours was manageable.

Was very cozy and tasty, learned a lot about history, only German but very easy to understand. Harry was our guide, definitely recommended,