Discover the capital of Alsace wines: Colmar is in the heart of the historical and cultural region, often described as a condensed idyllic Alsace and the guardian of its art of living.
It will transport you to a world where the smallest alley conceals a treasure to be discovered and will offer you a journey through more than a thousand years of European history, one of the most remarkable architectural and cultural heritages in France.
Between hills and flowery villages, half-timbered houses and winstubs, explore the pearls of the Alsatian vineyards (Kaysersberg, Ribeauvillé, Eguisheim, Bergheim, etc.) and discover the precious nectars that abound in the cellars of the winemakers.
It's great to explore the wine route!
Dominating the landscape with its large silhouette, the wonderfully renovated castle offers a breathtaking view of the plain, the Vosges mountains and the surrounding castles. For centuries, it has been the witness of all the conflicts and rivalries between emperors, kings and lords that have marked our region.
A dynamic city with all the attractions of a Eurometropolis, the Alsatian capital is full of places to discover: Petite France and its quays where you can stroll, its Vauban dam, its great cathedral which overlooks the city center, the imperial districts of the Neustadt and the European institutions.
In Alsace, gourmets enjoy a unique and varied land shaped by nature: from the unavoidable sauerkraut to the fruits and vegetables of Alsace, each season offers its own ephemeral pleasure that goes quickly from the field to the plate, accompanied by a tasty glass of wine!
Summer and winter alike, the Vosges Massif is a real paradise for hikers, lovers of the great outdoors, between lakes and mountains. This authentic and preserved nature makes rhyme with change of scenery and peace of mind.
On the Route des Crêtes, enjoy a long walk before dining in an authentic farmhouse inn where the blueberry pie will offer you irresistible flavors.
Take a dip in the Rhine, get lost in the maze of small winding streets going up and down in the old town, visit one of its forty museums or discover the alternative scene in Basel.
Basel is beautiful and inspiring!
Freiburg is a charming gateway to the Black Forest. Its local market -Münstermarkt- at the foot of the cathedral is just as famous as its Bächle, small open canals, and its cheerful university town atmosphere.
Bad Württemberg is a bit like the Provence of Germany and is worth a visit!