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Guide of Alsace

Tourism, holidays & weekends in Alsace

Guide of Alsace - Tourism, holidays & weekends in Alsace

A land of traditions and gastronomy located at the heart of Europe, Alsace is a destination full of attractions that's sure to be popular with fans of sightseeing and authentic charm. While the region is particularly renowned for its flammekueches, sauerkrauts, baeckeoffes, white wines and magical Christmas markets, it is also known for its delightful floral villages with half-timbered buildings, medieval castles and prestigious museums.

Anyone exploring Alsace should be sure to visit some of its key tourist attractions, like Strasbourg with its Gothic cathedral and picturesque Little France, Colmar with its romantic Little Venice and its famous Unterlinden museum, the hilltop castle of Haut-Koenigsbourg, Mulhouse and its great museums, the Alsace ecomuseum with its traditional village feel, Thann Collegiate Church, Murbach Abbey or Mont Sainte-Odile Convent.

When it comes to nature, hiking fans are sure to be won over by the countless paths in the Hohwald, Champ du Feu and the Ballons des Vosges and the Northern Vosges Regional Nature Parks!

Guide of Alsace

Bas-Rhin

The Bas-Rhin is home to Strasbourg, European city famous for its picturesque old town and its Gothic cathedral, but also the mount Sainte-Odile and its convent, the majestic Haut-Koenigsbourg castle, as well as many pretty villages that are very well-preserved.

Haut-Rhin

With a large variety of landscapes, the Haut-Rhin offers a wonderful combination of nature, culture, and traditions, with the Ballons des Vosges Regional Nature Park, the famous Mulhouse and Colmar museums, and delightful colourful villages along the Wine Trail.

Weekends in Alsace

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