What has the department store “Globus” at the Broder Fountain to do with culinary issues? You would probably say "nothing". What has Vadian to do with Bratwurst? You might think that, maybe, he was very fond of Bratwurst, like most people in St Gallen.
From the train station buffet with "drei grosse Helle” (three big lagers) a connection is made to the monks of the St Gallen monastery around the year 830. Where does the historical heritage of St Gallen meet the culinary one?
Experience the culinary side of the historic St Gallen and finally enjoy genuine St Gallen specialities at a unique tasting session!
This guided tour combines St Gallen’s past with its structural, human and cultural facets mixing fun and knowledge. Here you can satisfy your thirst for historic knowledge and your hunger for information with culinary specialities.
Price: CHF 59.00 per person
Duration: approx.2.5 hours
Minimum 10 people
bookable from January to mid-November
Tasting session: plate with regional specialities (e.g. St.Galler Bratwurst, monastery cheese, „Mostbröckli“ (smoked dried beef))
from CHF 59.00
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