Explore Kassel’s most beautiful districts on a culinary walk. Ahle Worscht, Kasseler Hornaffe, Kasseler Brocken and Schmandkuchen are just some of the regional “Schmeggewöhler”, which are tasted as part of the culinary guided tours of the “Esskultouren”. Get to know the business owners personally and learn more about the preparation and the recipes of the typical North Hesse specialties.

Between the visits in selected Kassel bistros, traditional delicatessen shops, hidden cafes and trendy scenarios, there are entertaining stories of interesting and special, past and present, as well as art, culture and architecture in the respective quarters. Explore the quarters away from the tourist paths and learn more about the urban development, today’s and former inhabitants, the Stolpersteine ​​and the work of art 7,000 oaks.

Stroll through the popular scene district in the west, where many stately buildings dating from the time of historicism and art nouveau still stand today. Find out that the foundation of the Hohenzollernviertel is due to the visionary planning of a successful Kassel entrepreneur – at a time when the imperial family was still making regular summer holidays in their Cassel residence. Today, families, students, professors and a former finance minister appreciate the bourgeois flair of the district with the promenade like the former Kaiserstraße or Hohenzollernstraße as well as the many parks.

Within three hours you will experience lively “history to go” in this district with its variety of small restaurants, unique shops, cozy cafes, pubs and bars. Taste five to six regional and international delicacies from owner-run shops, from “Ahler Worscht” to specialties such as “Kasseler Hornaffen”.

The meeting point will be announced after booking.
Participation costs 39 €, children up to 10 years pay half.
Registration and booking under 01575-8929550.