Innsbruck, located at the foot of the Austrian Alps, as if created for a perfect holiday. And, of course, it is great for exploring the original and delicious Tyrolean cuisine. And although there are no Michelin restaurants in Innsbruck as such – they are concentrated mainly in Vienna and Salzburg – this fact does not detract from the culinary advantages of local establishments. There are many places in the city with an unusual menu that will satisfy the taste of the most demanding guest, and with a bewitching panoramic view of the surroundings. Innsbruck also has inexpensive cafes where people come to eat quickly and tasty while walking. Therefore, to start acquaintance with the gastronomic map of the city is worth the 10 most authentic establishments, popular with tourists and local residents themselves. Der Bäcker Ruetz – Ideal for a light Tyrolean breakfast The Der Bäcker Ruetz chain of inexpensive bakeries is well known in Continue reading
Every true fan of foamy certainly knows the Tuborg and Carlsberg brands. But far from all the regulars of pubs and bars, these popular brands are associated with Danish beer. The history of brewing in Denmark The first mention of a foamy drink in the country dates back to the historical period when Vikings lived in the territory of modern Denmark – more than 50 centuries ago. In the Early and Classical Middle Ages (V – XIV centuries), housewives, as well as monks of Augustinian and Benedictine monasteries, were engaged in beer production. Small breweries gradually appeared, which in 1525 united into a guild. This date is considered the beginning of the development of Danish beer production. Today, the adult population of this small Scandinavian country drinks more beer than residents of France or neighboring Continue reading
One of the main attractions of Prague is Czech national cuisine. Truth be told, there isn’t even any original dishes in the Czech Republic – a “boar’s knee”, it’s also a “knuckle” popular in Bavaria, Czech-beloved goulash came from Hungary, sausages that are sold in Prague on every corner are a purely Austrian theme . But here it is cooked somehow particularly tasty. I must say right away that for all 3 days in the Czech capital we have not seen a single frankly tasteless restaurant.
Old Town Square – the most delicious restaurants of Prague are concentrated near it
About where to eat in Prague and this article will be. Naturally, a separate part of it will be devoted to Continue reading