Alsace

Located in the northeast of France, Alsace is known for its history, its landscapes, its culture and gastronomy Germanic influences. This beautiful region has a particularly remarkable architectural heritage including villages, castles and churches ... Alsace definitely one of the most exotic regions of the country! We immediately think of Strasbourg and its canals lined with half-timbered houses of the center classified by UNESCO, the Christmas market, one of the most popular in Europe or the seat of the European Parliament. The Alsatian capital, European-scale polarizes attention, but Alsace is full of towns and charming villages, exceptional terroirs and ideal natural landscape for going green. Among large Alsatian stages, the two main cities of the region. Colmar, the capital of the wine road of Alsace, and part of the "Little Venice", or Mulhouse-oriented industry, have distinct charms. The Chateau Haut-K oenigsbourg in Orschwiller, one of the finest medieval castles in France. The Natural Park of Ballons des Vosges is again a step not to be missed for lovers of nature and hiking. The Wine Route of Alsace, a route through the most prestigious wine-growing communities in the region, lets dive into the Alsatian gastronomic traditions. Other major regional specificity, Christmas markets, including Strasbourg, Colmar and Mulhouse, but also in the pretty villages alsaci




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