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Visit the most important places of the Wine Route of Alsace with a minibus cabriolet. We start the day with the discovery of the Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle. Once the visit of the castle is over we will take the wine route to head to the village of Riquewihr, you will have enough time to visit the village and lunch. Then we will join Kaysersberg, elected favorite village of the French in 2017, which you will be able to freely visit. We end the day with a stop in Colmar, capital of Alsace wines, where you can discover the district of Little France with a Small Tourist Train (the Little Train does not circulate in November). You will have free time to visit the city.
Our first stop will take you to Bergheim, a superb village on the wine route, which has many hidden wonders in the heart of its medieval walls. You will then have the opportunity to visit the charming town of Ribeauvillé, former stronghold of the Lords of Ribeaupierre. After a visit to Hunawihr and a photo stop in front of its famous fountain, you can have lunch in the village of Riquewihr, one of the best known in the region, especially for its privileged location in the heart of the vineyard. The visits will continue by two villages also famous for their historical character: Kaysersberg and Eguisheim. Wine lovers will particularly appreciate the next stop, at the famous "Belvédère Cattin", offering a panoramic view of the plain of Alsace, with in the distance the Black Forest. This stop will also allow you to discover an art gallery and - of course - for those who wish, the possibility of buying Alsace wine.
On the handlebars of an electrically assisted mountain bike, equipped with a smartphone serving as a GPS and audio guide, set off on a 25km circuit, a veritable "vineyard bath" off the beaten track. You will focus on the sole pleasure of discovering our values of agroecology and local wines. A glance at the screen of the smartphone is enough to navigate with confidence between the plots, at your own pace, in complete freedom. The circuit is punctuated by 14 stages displayed on the screen and materialized by a sign at the edge of the vineyard. Using the audio app, you are invited to discover a story, a landscape and to share our commitments. You will have time to stop by the butcher to bite into a sandwich, have a quick meal or have lunch in the restaurant on the course.
First step after leaving Strasbourg, the city of Molsheim, famous among others to house within its walls the headquarters of Bugatti. After a visit to the villages of Rosheim and Boersch and their famous doors, direction Mont Sainte Odile, to discover an exceptional panorama, which dominates the plain of Alsace. Your lunch break will take place in the second most touristic city of Alsace after Strasbourg: the city of Obernai. You will have time to visit this city and enjoy its shops before leaving early in the afternoon, towards the famous castle of Haut-Koenigsbourg. Bernardswiller, Barr, Mittelbergheim, Andlau, Itterswiller, Nothalten, Blienschwiller, Dambach-la-Ville, Scherwiller, Châtenois, Kintzheim ... Small towns and villages will follow one another for the pleasure of your eyes, before visiting this ancient castle of the twelfth century, deeply reworked in the fifteenth century and was under Wilhelm II an imperial German symbol.
With 300 miles (500km) of cycle paths through the streets and along the banks of the Rhine River, Strasbourg and Kehl are great fun to explore by bike. On this tour, hop into the saddle and harness pedal-power to take in the top attractions with ease. Spin past landmarks including Gutenburg Square and Notre Dame de Strasbourg Cathedral with your guide. Explore the hidden secrets of Saint-Étienne Square, delve into the historic Old Town, and admire sweeping views along the pretty Rhine River.
Our first stop is the village of Riquewihr, a typical village of the Wine Route: the facades and monuments are illuminated and the decorations amaze young and old. Eyes full of lights and a full belly, we will set out again on the Wine Route for a crossing of small Alsatian villages. Our bus will then stop in Kaysersberg, to discover this medieval village in the colors of Christmas. The Kaysersberg Christmas market traditionally welcomes you all four Advent weekends. The other days of the week you will find there a concentrate of Alsace: a historic town center filled with charm with beautiful old half-timbered houses. It will then be time to leave to go to the famous city of Colmar, where different Christmas markets dot the city and create different atmospheres depending on the neighborhood. You will be able to enjoy three hours of visit in complete freedom, punctuated by tastings of seasonal delicacies.
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