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The cheapest stein in Germany

Bavaria’s Dachau Volksfest, a more intimate version of Munich's Oktoberfest, is where the real Bavarians go to party.
Read more… 20 September 2013


Mini Guide

Mini guide to Munich’s beer halls

Whatever the weather, the best way to feel like a local in in this German city is to kick back with a foaming mug of beer.
Read more… 25 March 2013


The fruits of Germany’s Black Forest

With more three-star restaurants than most major cities, the village of Baiersbronn is a culinary haven known to few outside Germany. But a new park threatens that legacy.
Read more… 28 February 2013


Localites

Berlin’s innovative dining concept

Already famous for its clandestine supper clubs and pop up bakeries, a unique dining experience brings together Michelin-quality food with contemporary art and live entertainment.
Read more… 25 February 2013


Ten culinary weekends in Europe

From ale in the Lake District to pasta in Bologna to wine in Bordeaux — food and travel make perfect companions.
Read more… 06 February 2013


Munich, without beer

Beyond the pilsner-soaked tents of Oktoberfest is a sophisticated wine and cocktail scene that challenges the German city’s reputation for being a hoppy haven.
Read more… 18 December 2012


Change is brewing in Berlin

A small band of microbrewers is trying to change the German capital’s lacklustre reputation for bland beer.
Read more… 16 October 2012


Food wonderlands of the world

Step into a delicious reality with these fantastic food fantasylands, a dreamy world of candy apples, whirling spices and chocolate chip cookie dough.
Read more… 28 August 2012


Berlin’s kitschy and flavourful Little Vietnam

In and around the city’s industrial scale Asian market, a community left over from the Cold War feeds visitors with plastic junk and great food.
Read more… 12 June 2012


Making wine, from the grape to the glass

The age-old tradition of viticulture has been in existence for thousands of years all around the world.
14 May 2012


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