Feb 12, 2015 à 02:11 PM
In this picture you can see Traditional Austrian Fast Food Wiener Stand in Innsbruck, Austria. Austria (Wien) is the home and birthplace of the famous wiener that is now eaten around the world. You can easily discover Fast Food Wiener Stand on the street of Innsbruck. Amid the winter months Innsbruck is one of the best places to appreciate skiing. Kids matured somewhere around five and fifteen years of age can figure out how to ski. There are rebates for the youths on gear rental and lift passes. Summer in Innsbruck is really lovely. With skydiving, climbing, trekking, rafting, cycling and mountain biking, there is a great deal to investigate in the city. Try not to miss the great scene of the city while in transit to Seegrube or Muttereralm. Cycling is for the most part delighted in on the "Inntal cycle way" that goes toward Landeck. The street is level and safe. Likewise, there are some great refreshment spots on the sides. Lunch is generally the main meal of the day and a great many people have just littler suppers for diner. Snacks and fast food are basic (like in all nations) and regularly territorially unmistakable. Breads and rolls come in vast assortments in Austria and serve as a premise for some snacks. The exemplary bread roll is the "Semmel", in a perfect world handcrafted. Other bread moves come in different shapes, with distinctive grains and flavors and exhibit why a cook is an exceptionally regarded individual in each Austrian town. You will get such things in the fresh-food segment of each supermarket and at Fast Food Wiener Stand, at butchers and somewhat at the numerous "Würstelstand" (wiener vans) in urban communities. Here you can likewise get Käsekrainer, a bubbled wiener with little bits of cheese. If you need to fake commonality with nearby culture, arrange an "Eitrige mid am Bugl”. In Western Austria, the Bosna is a regular snack: a bit of crunchy white bread with a frankfurter, cooked onions, curry and mustard - not at all like the American sausage. Particularly in Salzburg you will likewise discover Bavarian-style, white wieners, regularly eaten with white lager and pretzel or Semmeln.