Meet your guide at a convenient central Vienna spot, and stroll with your small group of fellow foodies to Neubau, a hip district many visitors miss, despite it being close to the Ringstrasse.
Along the way, you'll stop for a caffeine fix at an historic coffee shop that dates back to the 17th century and then call on at the hotel known for inventing Sacher torte, Vienna's famous cake made with signature chocolate ganache and apricot jam.
Stroll onward through vibrant Mariahilf and visit the outdoor markets of Brunnenmarkt and Naschmarkt; perhaps browse the stalls for organic treats and sweet souvenirs, such as fruity wine (uhudler) to take home. With your tour nearing the end, you'll relax over more samples at a nearby restaurant, savoring fresh vegetables, fish, and cheese.
Finish with a drink at a Neubau coffee shop and learn about Austrian café culture before you bid your guide goodbye.