With high-speed rail links to Paris, Alsace is one of the top tourist destinations in France. There are many things to do in Strasbourg and Colmar . These historic cities are always popular destinations with their bustling streets full of stores and colorful façades, historic monuments and many cafes with tables spilling out onto the street. Vacationers love the canals and houses covered with flowers that can be found in Petite France, a historic quarter in the city of Strasbourg. The city’s Gothic cathedral is famous throughout the whole of Europe.
But the popularity of the region is in no small part down to the many picturesque villages found there, of which several have won awards as some of the “Most Beautiful Villages in France” such as Eguisheim and Riquewihr, as well as its ancient medieval fortresses such as the Haut-Koenigsbourg castle. The vineyards and rolling countryside of the Vosges Mountains add the finishing touches to the idyllic image of a region where life is good, and where wonderful experiences are just waiting for you to find them.
Whether you are looking for things to do in Colmar, want to visit Strasbourg or visit Alsace, PARISCityVISION invites you to make the most of your vacation by taking advantage of one of the many activities or excursions it has to offer. The tourism industry in Alsace is thriving, and we have chosen a selection of the best activities on offer which will be fun for all the family: sports, gourmet tours, vineyard visits or wine tastings, guided tours, and many more!
A full day tour totally dedicated to the wines of Alsace. This tour will follow the legendary Alsace wine route to discover and taste some of the most prestigious “Grands Crus” but not only.
Discover the most relevant sights of Alsace, one of the most beautiful region of France. The visit includes the lovely town of Colmar, small villages along the wine route, thrilling Riquewihr and the fascinating Haut-Koenigsbourg castle.
This tour is a perfect introduction to the wines of Alsace. The tour includes commented tastings in 2 carefully selected wineries as well as the discovery of the charming village of Obernai.