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Where Mozart drank: The Salzburg beer route

Beer has been brewed in Salzburg for more than 600 years; the first brewery - the Münchnerhof - opened in 1374. The whole variety of tastes of Salzburg beers can best be explored on a beer hike - along the Salzburg Beer Route. 
Eleven stations with different specialities can be visited: From the Stieglkeller - famous for its Märzen beer - below Hohensalzburg Fortress. Via the Sternbräu, where Mozart is said to have caroused and danced. To the Augustiner Bräu, the traditional monastery brewery with its huge brewing room. And because almost all the stops are in the city centre, the cultural sights of the Mozart city are not far away.

House of the old vine in Maribor

Where the oldest vine in the world thrives: The Maribor Wine Route

Around 400 years old and still bears fruit in autumn: the vine in Lent, a district of Maribor, is the oldest in the world from whose grapes wine is still made - and the starting point for a hike along the Maribor Wine Route.
The route leads along the river Drava on its banks and along the slopes of its banks the vines typical for the region such as Welschriesling, Chardonnay, or Ruländer. Wineries and farms invite you to visit them. Overnight stays are also possible. Back in Lent you can admire exhibits from the history of Slovenian viticulture in the House of Old Vine.

White villages, white cheese: the Payoyo route

The Sierra de Cadiz is famous for its spectacular natural landscapes and the white villages. But the region in the south of Spain has also produced a famous cheese: Payoyo, which is popular throughout Spain. The cradle of the goat cheese with its snow-white paste is Villaluenga, where a big cheese fair is held in spring.
The village is also home to the best cheese dairies in the region and is the starting point for the Cheese Route of the Sierra de Cádiz. This route leads to El Bosque, where a cheese museum and information centre awaits visitors. Further stops are Villamartín. Alcalá de los Gazules or Arcos de la Frontera - all with their own cheese specialities.