Genusszeit Cooking experience

Cooking Experience "Napoleon" and "Constance Council"

Relive the culinary times from the Council of Constance or Napoleon’s time

Cooking at the Napoleon Museum on the Arenenberg in the Untersee lake area. In a beautiful setting, learn the historical background to the food culture in the 14th and 15th centuries, or 18th and 19th centuries respectively. Aperitif and multi-course menu with wine, recipes, and cleaning service. Also offered is a guided tour of the Napoleon Museum and/or park, as well as a vineyard tour and wine tasting.


Bookable from

01. October 2018 until 30. September 2019

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Included services for 4-5h

• Cooking class
• History of eating habits
• Aperitif and multi-course menu with wine and other drinks, recipes, clean-up service
• Additional guided tour of the Napoleon Museum and/or Park
• Additional vineyard tour and wine tasting

Duration:

• 4 hour event includes aperitif, cooking and meal
• 5 hour event includes guided tour through the Napoleon Museum or park
• 5 hour event includes vineyard tour and separate wine tasting

Prices from

Individual
CHF150.00

per person 

Price per group 1.500,00 CHF for 10 people or more

Contact / Booking is via the provider Genusszeit

Information

• The "Napoleon" cooking event is available year-round and can be tailored to a special Christmas menu.
• Overnight is available on site with comfortable hotel rooms (not included in the price)
• Venue Arenenberg

Available languages

German, English, French

Contact address

Genusszeit
Breitenrainstrasse 10b
8280 Kreuzlingen
Switzerland

Tel.: +41 79 502 54 00
karin.peter@genusszeit.ch
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Cooking Experience "Napoleon" and "Constance Council"
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