Germany’s EAT THE WORLD Through Sinful Neighborhoods

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Get off the beaten path in Hamburg, Germany, with an Eat the World tour.

This company gives participants a culinary immersion through the chance to sample the flavors of Hamburg’s diverse culinary scene. From street food to local staples to delicatessen, each three-hour tours include seven food stops and plenty of information on the city and its culinary scene on the way.

Guests can choose between different neighborhoods, including the “sinful” St. Pauli district and the trendy Ottesen quarter. Tours are offered in English, starting at 30 euros.

Eat-the-World also offers walking food tours in Berlin, Cologne, Dresden, Leipzig, Munich and Munster.