Veranstalter / Organizers:
Messe Berlin
Datum der Veranstaltung:
17-26 Jan 2025
Internationale Grüne Woche
17-26 Jan 2025

The Germany Tour at the Green Week

From the coast to the Alps: Twelve German states will be presenting local specialties at the International Green Week and show what they have to offer - not just in terms of cuisine.

The Germany tour takes visitors on a journey across the country - right here in Berlin.

Duration: one day

Halls:

  • 5.2 (North Rhine-Westphalia)
  • 6.2 (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania)
  • 20 (Thuringia, Lower Saxony, Bremen & Bremerhaven)
  • 21 (Saxony & Brandenburg)
  • 22 (Bavaria, Berlin, Rhineland-Palatinate & Hesse)
  • 23 (Saxony-Anhalt)

Recommended entrance: North Entrance

Ticket recommendation: Day ticket

The journey starts at the North Entrance, from there it goes directly to Hall 20. In the Thuringia Hall, visitors can expect to see traditional companies and smaller businesses, all with a focus on regional products, in addition to Thuringian bratwurst and dumplings. At its booth in the center of the hall, the Weimarer Land region will demonstrate how resource-conserving and climate-friendly tourism can work in rural areas.

The next stop in Hall 20 is Lower Saxony: regional exhibitors will be welcoming their guests with freshly tapped Schnuckenbräu, a green cabbage pan and delicious potato waffles from the "Kartoffelscheune" (potato barn). Bremen and Bremerhaven also have their booths in Hall 20, with tips on preparing seafood and cool drinks in a beach chair.

The exhibitors from Saxony in Hall 21b offer a wide range of (organic) regional specialties and present Saxony as a land of pleasure and travel. Guests can experience the variety of Saxon specialties as well as refined sweets and convince themselves of the Saxon culture of enjoyment. Brandenburg can be found in Hall 21a. In addition to traditional brands and products such as the Spreewald gherkin and Beelitz asparagus, wine and sea buckthorn, the Brandenburg hall is always a place to try out new products: in 2023, two stands are reserved for the industry's startups.

The “Schmankerl” Land Bavaria offers in Hall 22b specialties such as Allgäuer mountain cheese, sausage specialties or even special beers in the beer garden or the Franconian wine lounge with music and traditional costume groups. In contrast to this are the exhibitors from Berlin: the culinary diversity of the capital can be marveled at in Berlin Hall 22a. Old acquaintances like Curry 36 and Schokoladenhaus Rausch meet young companies with new concepts. Wine lovers will also get their money's worth in Hall 22a in the wine regions of Rhineland-Palatinate and Hesse. In the Hessenhalle, there are also regional specialties in the cozy apple wine garden: Äppelwoi (apple wine), Grie Soß (green sauce), hand cheese with music.

The tour continues to Saxony-Anhalt in Hall 23b: Here, universities and research institutions are also presented and testify to the innovative spirit of the region. Wine tasting and tree cake specialties turn the tour into a gourmet journey. Hemp, one of the absolute trend products, will also be presented in the Saxony-Anhalt Hall.

In Hall 5.2a, North Rhine-Westphalia will showcase the diversity of regional products with classic recipes such as Bergische Pfannkuchen (pancakes). And finally, the Germany tour ends in Hall 6.2, where Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania presents regional products. From the Baltic Sea to the Müritz, interested visitors can experience the combination of nature, culture and enjoyment with all their senses. Special highlights are the "Elephant Gin", which is produced in traditional handicraft near Hamburg, and the MV chocolates from Schokoladerie de Prie for those who want to nibble something sweet at the end.

The map of Germany in a cutaway, being digitally explored by a man wearing virtual reality glasses.

At the Green Week, visitors will take a trip across Germany. Photo: Messe Berlin

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