Discovering Alsace

Staying in the region for the weekend? For a few days or for a week? 

Do not miss out on a few regional highlights below.

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Ecomusee d'Alsace

Ever dreamt of time travelling? Here is your pick! Stroll through the streets of this village gathering centuries old typical alsacian houses and listen to the tales of its inhabitants, performing their everyday tasks, just as they used to in the past

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Colmar

One of Southern Alsace's main cities. Discover this little gem from the comfort of its little electrical train while listening to its many secrets.

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Haut-Koenigsburg Castle

Best views over the great alsacian plains. This pink medieval castle nestled in the Vosges mountains offers lovely hikes opportunities.

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Strasbourg

Capital city of the Alsace region and one of the European capitals. Climb up one of the highest cathedrals in Europe, visit the European parliament and enjoy a bretzel while walking through its narrow medievaal streets. One of the best ways to discover this city is by boat.

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Wine Route & typical villages

Fancy a tour of the southern part of the alsacian wine route? You can enjoy a walk in the old paved-streets of the vineyard villages of Eguisheim, Riquewihr, Ribeauvillé and Mittelwihr. If weather allows, cycling up the wine road through the wineyard paths is a beautiful way to discover the region.

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More exploration opportunities

To learn more on the largest automobile museum (Schlumpf in Mulhouse), the train museum (Mulhouse), dozens of castle along the wine route, traditional meals (flammekuche, choucroute, bretzels) and beverages (wines: pinot gris, gewurtztraminer, schnaps and crafted beers), visit the regional tourism webpage via the link below.