Cheers!: The Strada del Prosecco

In the north of Treviso - between the foothills of the Alps and the Veneto region - the hilly Prosecco wine growing region is located. Its most famous product: the sparkling wine of the same name. Its variety and qualities can be discovered in the most beautiful way during a drive along the Strada del Prosecco. 
The theme road runs for 33 kilometres from Conegliano to Valdobbiadene, passing hamlets, vineyards and woods. In addition to wine growers who are happy to open a bottle for visitors, medieval castles, Romanesque churches and Renaissance palaces invite you to stop off for a break.  

Auswahl an Käse aus dem Schwarzwald

Cheese, cows, cuckoo clocks: The Cheese Route in the Black Forest

Lush meadows, fresh herbs, happy cows: in the Southern Black Forest Nature Park many dairy farmers still produce cheese, yoghurt or butter directly on site. Along the cheese route of the Southern Black Forest Nature Park - from Prechtal in the north to Schopfheim in the south - travellers will find 17 farms that have joined to form a marketing company.
Hard and soft cheese, from cow, sheep or goat, with sausages or ham are available at all of them. Some also offer farm tours and visits to the cheese dairy. Tip: The cheese fair in the nature park in July.

Half-timbered house in Beuvron en Auge, Normandy

Cider, Calvados and Camembert: The Apple Road of Normandy

The Pays d'Auge is not only considered the original type of Normandy, it is also the home of the three "C's": cider, calvados and camembert. Travellers can trace the famous Norman products on the Route du Cidre - and discover some of the most beautiful villages in France.
The route, which is about 40 kilometres long, passes through Beaufour, Bonnebosq and Beuvron en Auge with its countless half-timbered houses. Around 20 producers open their doors along the way, show cellars and presses and let visitors taste their traditionally made products. Best time to visit: end of April, beginning of May during the DPO products market in Cambremer.