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Official eat-the-world Logo
|Industry||Culinary Tourism, Cultural Tourism, Experiential Travel|
|Founders 👔||Elke Freimuth, Katrin Buck|
|Headquarters 🏙️||, |
Number of locations
|26 Cities (2016)|
Area served 🗺️
|Services||Walking Food Tours|
Number of employees
Based in Berlin and operating since 2008, eat-the-world is a tourism company offering culinary tours in Germany. Walking food tours are offered in various cities throughout Germany with each tour featuring culinary samples from restaurants and delicatessen (German: Feinkostläden), in addition to specialized insight into each city’s history, culture, architecture, and entertainment.
eat-the-world offers cultural and culinary city tours which focus on a city's local history, culture, and cuisine, with the culinary samples telling the story of the district. eat-the-world's founder Elke Freimuth says it is important to support small owner-managed businesses as opposed to chain-operated franchises, which is the driving concept behind the tours. According to Katrin Buck, CEO of eat-the-world, "We offer participants an entertaining three-hour guided tour with seven culinary tastings. Together we explore the respective city's neighborhood while our culinary partners offer samples representative of the area." eat-the-world has been a franchise company since 2010, with the company's motto being "Get to know the area through its food and its people." In 2017, the publishing house Gruner + Jahr purchased 100 percent of the company.
Culinary city tours
As of 2016, eat-the-world offers tours in 26 cities throughout Germany with tours taking place in either English or German. Tours typically last 3 hours and feature 7 culinary samples which are representative of the area's culture and history. eat-the-world tours are described as being the most unusual type of city walking tour, and rank on average in the Top 5 of the Food and Drink category on TripAdvisor.
eat-the-world was awarded the "Springboard 2009" prize in the 2009 Innovation Competition sponsored by the Verband Internet Reisevertrieb (VIR). The company also won first place in the "Kreuzberg Handelt - Wirtschaften im Quartier" competition in 2010.
eat-the-world has been an official sponsor of Slow Food since 2012.
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- Cultural Tourism
- Culinary Tourism
- Experiential Travel
- Walking Tour
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