Rendez-vous in Alsace
A European crossroads between Vosges and the Rhine
Between the Germanic and Latin
worlds, the heritage
France travel region of Alsace is a mosaic of hills, mountains and plains,
dotted with castles, vineyards and traditional villages like Riquewihr and
Hunspach. One of the best France
vacation tourism spot, the Regional Natural Park of Ballons des Vosges
is perfect for hiking, as is the Regional Natural Park of North Vosges.
A region passionate about its history
Alsace, a heritage France tourism region, is firmly
anchored in modern Europe. The region has a number of towns filled with character, their particular lifestyle has been kept preserved making it among the most beautiful sites around France.
In Strasbourg, one of the most
charming cities in France, travel and explore
the famous Notre-Dame Cathedral. Lovers visiting this destination should stroll along the
banks of the river in the Petite France neighborhood, while culture buffs may
explore the cities museums, including the Strasbourg Fine Arts Museum.
Colmar , another city in Alsace, France,can also promise a vacation
that is filled with discoveries, from the cultural wealth of the Unterlinden
Museum to the picturesque charm of the town of Little Venice, and the medieval
16th-century Maison Pfister.
There is also the city of
Mulhouse, one of the most famous cities in Alsace, which hosts the National Automobile
Museum, Train City railway museum and the Zoological and Botanical Gardens.
France travel and tourism region of Alsace
recounts the ups and downs of its history within the Vauban Museum, the
Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle, the Hohlandsbourg Castle, as well as at the Mont Sainte-Odile
The Alsace region for vacation in France, tours and
travel contains also the home of gourmet specialties, one more appetizing than
the next. The history of gingerbread is the focus of the Museum of Ginger Bread
and Folk Art as well as the Ginger Bread Palace. The winstubs (Alsatian
restaurants), particularly those awarded Alsace Stars, offer traditional menus
with dishes like the kouglof, the baeckeofe, the tarte flambée, (flammekueche)
and dishes made with the famous Munster cheese.
The Alsace Wine Route along with
the Museum of Vineyards and Alsatian Wines reveals the secrets and flavors of artisanal French wines
such as the sylvaner, pinot blanc, noir or gris, riesling and Gewürztraminer.
A medley of events
The region’s traditions of
gastronomy and craft-making are often on display at one of the many outdoor
fairs: The Alsace Wine Fair, The Mulhouse Fair, and the Strasbourg European
Fair. This rich assemble of events culminates with the grand Strasbourg Christmas
Market, the oldest in France. In fact, during the Advent, the magic of
Christmas takes over all of Alsace under Saint Nicolas’ tutelage.
Passionate about art and culture?
The International Festival of Colmar, Léz'arts scéniques, or Pisteurs d'étoiles
will thrill you. Alsace is also an ideal France travel vacation haven for family outings:
the Bioscope, the Eagle Park or Monkey Mountain appeal to both children and
Unique gastronomy, world famous French wines, charming
villages, wonderful hospitality: The France tourism region of Alsace has the very best to offer, all
within a beautiful setting.