STRUDEL AND STROLL WALKING TOUR
Starting at $75 | 2 Hours | 10:00am Monday - Friday | Saturdays 10.30am
Meeting Location: Hahndorf Inn
Greeted outside the Inn by the barrel – where else!
Check-In: 10:00am (Monday to Friday) or 10.30am (Saturdays)
Your guide will meet you after your strudel making outside the Inn to commence your tour at 10.30am (Monday to Friday) or 11.00am (Saturdays)
Duration: 2 Hours
- Adult (13+ Years)
- Child (5-12 Years)
- Family 2 Adults and 2 Children
- Infant (0-4 Years)
- Minimum: 2 guests, or pay for 2 & come solo
About The Tour
This tour is the same as the Strassendorf Morning Tour with a strudel making component. The activity commences at 10.00am Monday to Friday and Saturdays at 10.30am. Miniumum 2 Adults.
Guests construct an Apple Strudel prior to commencing the tour and then return to enjoy their own strudel cooked and presented with vanilla bean ice-cream and cream along with a hot beverage or soft drink.
The Strassendorf (main street) Tour is entertaining and enjoyable. It operates every morning (except Sunday). The tour provides you with an overview of the village so you can start your visit knowing the history of the village, the great places to eat and also to shop. You are taken to locations not available to the general public with numerous photographic opportunities. Visit a historic Hahndorf pub, hear about the early settlers of Hahndorf and their flee from Prussia. Understand about fachwerk architecture, the origins of the pretzel and admire the pioneering women for their faith and entrepreneurial spirit. Stories about the Village you don’t hear without a guide. You will enjoy the information as well as have a lot of fun.
The Strassendorf Tour is conducted in the southern end of the main street, (which is what word Strassendorf means – see you have already learned something!) Guests are greeted outside the famous Hahndorf Inn, 35 Mount Barker Road, Hahndorf.
- Strudel with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream and Cream + hot beverage or soft drink.
- A business discount sheet is provided to walkers for use in the village for 6 months.