Located on the east side of France, on the border with Germany, Alsace Lorraine is a mix of cultures. The region offers an amazing experience for tourists seeking a combination of European cultures, breathtaking scenery, and outdoor activities second to none. One of the most popular activities of locals and tourists in Alsace is cycling.
Known worldwide for its picturesque villages with typical houses, ancient churches and historical castles, Alsace is also famous for its vineyards. The Alsatian wine route is one of the most popular and allows you to sample some of the delicious wines such as Gewurztraminer, Riesling or Pinot Gris.
Alsace Lorraine is also home to the Vosges, a range of low mountains that are part of two Natural Parks. With challenging terrain and extensive trails that border Germany, biking the Vosges Mountains will provide an experience not soon forgotten.
Visitors to the region come to relax and unwind, enjoy regional Alsatian gastronomy and wine and cycle in one of the most beautiful settings in France.

Alsace Hiking

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Nestled between the Vosges mountains in France and the border of Germany, Alsace offers a unique hiking experience. You will walk the Alsatian wine route, the famous Route du Vin, from Strasbourg to Colmar, going through villages producing some of France's best wines.

Duration : 7 Days / 6 Nights Price from : 1090€
Trip : Self-guided Activity : Walking
Level : or Region : Alsace
Type : On the way Dates : Starts any day

Alsace Wine Route

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Start your Cycling Tour in Strasbourg, easily accessible by high speed train from Paris. In 7 days, you will discover the famous Alsace Wine Route and visit a number of historic villages. Taste wines from the microclimate of Itterswiller on day 4, when a wine tasting is included.

Duration : 7 Days / 6 Nights Price from : 1350€
Trip : Self-guided Activity : Hybrid
Level : or Region : Alsace
Type : On the way Dates : Starts any day