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  • Strasbourg 3-Day City Pass: Boat Tour, Museums & More

    1. Strasbourg 3-Day City Pass: Boat Tour, Museums & More

    Get your own personal passport to Strasbourg with a 3-day Strasbourg Pass, and receive a fantastic little checkbook to help you visit more and spend less. Enjoy free services and numerous discounts to discover all the monuments and not-to-be-missed tourist sites at your own pace and in total freedom. Alone, on a romantic holiday, or traveling as a family, the Strasbourg Pass is your key to the city for 3 consecutive days. Free Offers: • Visit to one of the museums • Boat-tour through Strasbourg • Astronomical clock of the cathedral Half-Price Offers: • Visit to a second museum • Tour with the mini-train (April to October) • Guided visit (according to the programme) • Ascend to the cathedral platform • Visit to the Vaisseau • Audio-guided visit to the Cathedral and the old town And More... • 20% reduction on some goods in the shop • Ha...

    It's a good deal if you are a tourist and want to see all the sightseeing and tourist places.The boat trip was fantastic, free trasportation and the museums were great. Highly recommend!

  • Alsace: Le Parc du Petit Prince Entry Ticket

    2. Alsace: Le Parc du Petit Prince Entry Ticket

    Gather your little princes and princesses, and enter a world inspired by the work of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. This ambitious theme park on the French, German, and Swiss border is based on the most-read and most-translated book in the French language, The Little Prince. From scenic balloon rides to 3D movies, this educational and entertaining adventure land is bound to spark children's imaginations, and give you some of the best views around.

  • Alsace Villages Wine Route Day Trip from Strasbourg

    3. Alsace Villages Wine Route Day Trip from Strasbourg

    Head south. Departing from Strasbourg, the first stop will be in Bergheim, a superb village on the wine route that contains many hidden wonders within its medieval walls. You will then have the opportunity to visit the charming town of Ribeauvillé, the ancient fief of the Lords of Ribeaupierre. History will call out to you on every one of its pedestrian streets.  After a visit to Hunawihr and a photo stop in front of its famous fountain, enjoy lunch in the village of Riquewihr, one of the best known in the region —  particularly renowned because of its idyllic location in the heart of the vineyard. The tour will continue to two villages that are equally famous for their historical character: Kaysersberg and Eguisheim. Wine-lovers especially will appreciate the next stop at the famous Belvédère Cattin, where you can take in a stunning panoramic view of the Alsace Plain with the Black Fo...

    Overall the tour covered similar village styles and the trip is too long timewise. The information given via audio system was detailed and helpful. However there was no water available. For a tour of 100 Euro per person , do believe a bottle of free water would be appreciated by the customers. Small thing but big impact.

  • Alsace Medieval History Day Trip from Strasbourg

    4. Alsace Medieval History Day Trip from Strasbourg

    The tour begins with departure from Strasbourg bus station and heads to the first stop of the day, historical Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle. Upon arrival, admire the building’s architecture, learn about the people who once lived here, and marvel at the castle's stunning views across the Black Forest. After the castle, the open-top bus follows the famous Alsace Wine Route, making a stop at one of the region's most well-preserved medieval villages along the way, Riquewihr. Spend some free time wandering through the village’s pictures streets, shop at a local store for a souvenir, or find a cozy restaurant for lunch. The tour continues to Kaysersberg next, to marvel at its beautiful fortified bridge nestled amongst the quaint village surroundings. Your day trip finishes with a visit to Colmar, a unique and endearing country town, for a ride on the tourist train. Please note that the tourist t...

    Honestly it is a well organized trip, with an amazing guide “Martin”, he is nice, attentive and giving clear instructions. The time given for each stop is sufficient. It is enjoyable tour in a comfortable couch and recommended way to visit the magical small villages of the Alsace.

  • Mulhouse City Pass

    5. Mulhouse City Pass

    Mulhouse and its famous museums are definitely worth a visit. Key attractions include: the world's most beautiful collection of vintage cars, the biggest train museum in Europe, the unique Textile Printing museum, and the new amusement park dedicated to the Little Prince of Antoine de Saint Exupéry. This City Pass will enable you to enjoy more of the city of Mulhouse and its region. You will be able to discover one of its top attractions for free. You can choose from: the Automobile Museum, the Train Museum, the Textile Printing Museum, the Electricity Museum, the zoological and botanical gardens, the Ecomusée d'Alsace Open Air Museum, the Wallpaper Museum, the Motocycle Museum, and the François Schneider Foundation's Contemporary Art Center. Upon your next visit, all of these museums and sites - as well as the Little Prince Parc - are accessible at a reduced entrance rate. With this P...

  • Colmar: Chocolate Museum Entrance Ticket

    6. Colmar: Chocolate Museum Entrance Ticket

    Experience immersive environments, informative films, 3D projections, tastings and more on this interactive tour of the Colmar chocolate museum.  The journey begins in a tropical forest where you will meet a small monkey eating cocoa pods, and learn about the harvesting the cocoa trees. Leaving the forest, you enter an Aztec temple that reveals the serpent god Quetzalcoatl, who, according to the legend, introduced cocoa on earth. Entering the next room, the floor creaks, the lamps stir, the windows reveal an azure sea ... The scene takes place in the 16th century, on a Spanish ship, where you'll discover cocoa's journey to Europe.  It's a century later that chocolate will enter the great European courts and you'll follow this journey and meet the luxurious equipment they made to drink this very special spice called cocoa. Don't miss the original flavors they offered at that time. Choc...

  • From Strasbourg: Alsace Traditional Villages Day Trip

    7. From Strasbourg: Alsace Traditional Villages Day Trip

    The first stop after leaving Strasbourg is the city of Molsheim, famous as the home of Bugatti, among other things. You’ll explore the fortified old town of this ancient episcopal city, before going on to Rosheim, a village famous for its Romanesque church and old houses. After a visit to the village of Boersch and its famous 3 gates, head to Mont Sainte Odile and take in an exceptional panoramic view of the entire Alsace Plain. Your lunch break will be in Alsace’s second most visited city after Strasbourg: the cheerful city of Obernai. Take some time to explore this dynamic city and check out the local shops before setting off for the famous Château de Haut-Koenigsbourg in the early afternoon. Pass through many small towns and villages, all a delight to behold, before visiting the ancient castle fort built in the 12th century and thoroughly remodeled in the 15th century. It was a Germa...

    Martin was a brilliant guide...helpful, fun, professional and a wonderful repository of information. He had our day delightful

  • From Colmar: Full-Day Alsace Wine Tasting Tour

    8. From Colmar: Full-Day Alsace Wine Tasting Tour

    Depart Colmar in the morning and journey along part of the winding 170-kilometer Alsace Wine Route on the eastern foothills of the Vosges Mountains. Marvel at the exceptional natural beauty of the surroundings as you pass through quaint villages and the undulating, vine-covered hills of the region. Stop to enjoy 3 different wine tasting sessions at typical wineries and sample Pinot Blanc, Sylvaner and Riesling wines. Experience the only Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC) region in France to produce mostly varietal wines from similar grape varieties to those used in German wine.

    Audre our guide was the best! Young, efficient and passionate with what she does.. Everyone was charming and I easily bonded with my two American companions. The towns visited where all beautiful and the wines tasted were all delicious and exquisite. I will definitely recommend it.

  • Pass-Alsace: The Best of Alsace in your Pocket

    9. Pass-Alsace: The Best of Alsace in your Pocket

    Organize your trip to Alsace with free entry to a large choice of museums, castles, wildlife parks, and more. With the Pass Alsace, enjoy free entry to 58 sites in Alsace. Head to the Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle, the Monkeys Mountain or the Batorama sightseeing boat tour in Strasbourg. Benefit from discounts and reductions across the area.  Included with Pass Alsace: 1. Castle of Fleckenstein in Lembach 2. Castle of Challenges in Lembach 3. Four à Chaux in Lembach 4. Museum Lalique  5. Glass Museum in Meisenthal 6. Crystal Museum in Saint-Louis 7. Museum of the Battle in 1870 8. Petroleum Museum in Merkwiller 9. Rural farm from l’Outre Forêt in Kutzenhausen 10. Castle of Lichtenberg  11. Museum Pays de Hanau in Bouxwiller 12. Judeo-Alsatian Museum in Bouxwiller 13. Houses of rocks in Graufthal 14. Alsatian Museum in Haguenau  15. Luggage Museum in Haguenau  16. Historical Museum in Haguen...

  • From Strasbourg: 3.5-Hour Bike Tour to Kehl

    10. From Strasbourg: 3.5-Hour Bike Tour to Kehl

    Get a short introduction to Strasbourg on Place d'Austerlitz, and then bike through the imperial district of Neustadt and the old town of Petite France. Cross Pont du Corbeau and Place Gutenberg to arrive in front of the stunning Cathédral Notre Dame de Strasbourg. Admire the opera house on Place Broglie and cycle through the smallest streets around the cathedral to discover hidden secrets close to Place Saint Etienne. Discover the site of the European Parliament, Council of Europe and European Court for Human Rights, and get a breath of fresh air in Parc de l'Orangerie. Cycle to the French-German border to see the Jardin des Deux Rives and its lovely cross-border gardens along the River Rhine. Cross the river on Pont de l'Europe and explore the typical architecture of Kehl. Stop for refreshments in a beer garden, and then return towards Place d'Austerlitz in Strasbourg and see a piece...

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What people are saying about Alsace

Overall the tour covered similar village styles and the trip is too long timewise. The information given via audio system was detailed and helpful. However there was no water available. For a tour of 100 Euro per person , do believe a bottle of free water would be appreciated by the customers. Small thing but big impact.

It's a good deal if you are a tourist and want to see all the sightseeing and tourist places.The boat trip was fantastic, free trasportation and the museums were great. Highly recommend!

Wonderful tour & excellent guide. It was a great trip, would highly recommend.

Trully amazing! Henri is a great guide. I would totally recomend this tour

Also acts as a pass file in certain cases. Very practical