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Take your time to visit Alsace

Your free time rhymes with a sense of discovery? Then welcome in Alsace! All year round, make the most of all the many activities available.

Visiting Strasbourg in a different way with Batorama

If you are bored of wearing out your shoe leather in Strasbourg, take the boat! Every day, many tourists indulge in a “cruise” on the Ill River to discover Strasbourg. The flat-bottomed boats of Batorama will take you through the most tourist areas such as the Petite France and through areas further away from the town centre such as the district of the European institutions. When the weather is nice, the boat tops are open in order to make the most of the landscape, which unfolds to the sound of the lapping of water.

Swing with Golfs in Alsace

For golf enthusiasts, Alsace is the dream place to improve one’s swing! Many golf courses are scattered throughout the North and the South of the region. Whether you are an expert or a neophyte, come and make the most of your stay thanks to the diversity of the courses made available by the enthusiasts belonging to the Golfs in Alsace association!

An evening with the Dominicans of Upper Alsace, in Guebwiller

On the Alsace Wine Route, a few kilometres away from Colmar, is located the charming town named Guebwiller. Its Gothic church and its cloister are the unmissible elements of your visit! Open to the public, the place has become a renowned place for concerts across Alsace. Spend an evening at a classic, jazz or current music concert in this timeless place.

Humanism, in Sélestat

Sélestat is no doubt the capital of humanism of the Rhineland! Visit its famous library, which gathers collections in part listed on the UNESCO Memory of the World Register as they once belonged to great Occidental Humanists who witnessed the period of Gutenberg. On the way out, stroll through the alleys adjacent to the Neo-renaissance houses. Walk under the Tour de l’Horloge, walk through the Rue des Chevaliers and don’t forget to catch a glimpse of the Saint-Foy Church and its neighbour, the Saint-Georges Church!

The Munster Valley

Ideally located, the Munster Valley is on your route between Colmar and the Crest Road. In a friendly mountain atmosphere, various landscapes succeed each other with snowy summits in the winter and verdant ones in summer. It is the realm of farmhouse inns! They will welcome you for a substantial marcaire meal or for a tasting of the renowned Munster cheese. A house is even dedicated to this cheese in Gunsbach and you can follow a tourist route, which will take you on the discovery of small local producers.