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Alsace Highlights

Visit Strasbourg, the Alsace Capital
Strasbourg will charm you with its half-timbered houses, canals and bridges. This romantic city also houses the European Parliament.
Colmar
Considered the capital of the Alsatian wine region, Colmar is built on the Lauch River, earning the name 'Little Venice'.
Mulhouse
Admire Mulhouse’s medieval houses with colourful façades, the 14th-century stained glass windows of Saint-Etienne Church and the Cité de l’Automobile.
Obernai
This small town is famous for producing beer and wine. Admire the stunning panoramic view from nearby Mont Sainte-Odile.
Alsace Wine Route
Follow this route from Thann to Malenheim to discover the medieval chateaux and villages, along with its notable vineyards.
Christmas Markets
Absorb the festive spirit strolling around the Alsatian Christmas markets, where you will find handcrafted objects, regional specialities and mulled wine.
The Monkey Mountain
Come meet more than 200 macaque monkeys living free in 60 acres of beautiful forest.
Château du Haut-Kœnigsbourg
Towering over Orschwiller, on the Alsace Wine Route, this medieval castle has been magnificently restored.
The Crest Road (La Route des Crêtes)
Follow the Crest Road in the Ballons des Vosges Regional Nature Park to admire the idyllic landscapes and breathtaking views.
Hiking among Castle Ruins
Take on a 3-hour hike starting from Ribeauvillé to discover the ruins of three 12th-century hilltop castles.

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