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Visites Alsace


 Riesling, Gewurtztraminer, Sylvaner, Pinot Noir ... are names that come instantly when talking about Alsace. World renowned for their finesse and elegance, the wines of Alsace are distinguished both by their freshness and by their fine and intense aromas of fruits, flowers, spices or mineral nuances. The Wine Route of Alsace was created in 1953 and allows you to discover the many wines including the famous Grands Crus. visites alsace vins 
 I don't think you will resist to some good gastronomic stop at famous starred chefs such as the Auberge de l'Ill *** of the Haeberlin family in Illhaeusern, The Restaurant du Cheval Blanc ** in Lembach, 64 ° Le Restaurant ** In Mulhouse, JY'S ** in Colmar, Le Ristorante Il Cortile ** in Mulhouse, Restaurant Villa René Lalique ** in Wingen, Fourchette des Ducs ** in Obernai ... and many more with a star, 8 In Strasbourg, 2 in Colmar ... Do not forget also the not-to-be-miss that are winstub, restaurants typically Alsatian brasserie.  visites alsace auberge de lill
 In terms of culture, given its strategic geographical position, Alsace is full of places of memory such as the Route des Châteaux which takes you to the discovery of splendid vestiges of fortified castles, some of which are still in a good state of conservation. You will not miss the two unmissable sites of memorial of the great wars : the Ligne Maginot Museum in Marckolsheim and the Memorial Alsace Moselle in Schirmeck.  visites alsace memorial alsace moselle
 On the industrial level, Alsace is famous for its crystal works, the most famous of which are those of Lalique in Wingen sur Moder and Saint Louis in Saint Louis les Bitche.  visites alsace musee lalique


 European capital with the seat of the European Parliament, Strasbourg is both a modern and active city and a city full of history, offering an incomparable heritage and architecture. La Grande Île makes you want to discover it in another way, to visit its secret staircases, to know its famous men, its unusual streets, its cathedral and its mysteries. The best thing to do is to walk in the district of La Petite France along the banks of the River Ill.
The Cathedral of Strasbourg is an absolute masterpiece of Gothic art. The construction of the Romanesque cathedral, of which nothing remains except the crypt and the grip on the ground, began in 1015. The spire of the present Gothic building was completed in 1439. Besides the facade and her fantastic ornemental wealth, You will not fail to observe the stained glass windows and to see the famous astronomical clock, a masterpiece of the Renaissance, produced by a collaboration between artists, mathematicians and technicians.
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Obernai is an old imperial city which knew its golden age in the 16th century thanks to the craftsmanship and the vineyard. Since it never ceased to prosper despite the events, it was attached to Germany in 1871 but was fortunately saved from the Bombing during wars. It is also famous for its brewery Kronenbourg ...  


The town of Sélestat has an exceptional architectural heritage which has enabled it to be labeled City of Art and History. One of the most famous buildings is the Humanist Library, which contains works from 7th century. The Mönchhof is a curious building, former granary with the characteristic to have 3 attic's floors.
Not far from there you will find the Bread House.
Just outside the city, is the magnificent castle of Haut Koenigsbourg. Built in the 12th century, the castle was for centuries the witness of conflicts and rivalries between lords, kings and emperors. Abandoned after 1633, this prestigious castle was offered by the city of Sélestat to William II of Hohenzollern in 1899. Dreaming of reviving the former Germanic empire, he satiated his passion of the Middle Ages by entrusting the restoration of the castle to the architect Bodo Ebhardt, specialist of medieval fortifications ...
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Riquewihr, important Alsace's sites, is an "open-air museum" that has preserved its authenticity, behind its walls which only the vineyards are now besieging. The town is made up of half-timbered houses from the 13th century The type of the Alsacian house show in Riquewihr its most complete expression by offering all possible variations of sculpted half-timberings, orielles, courtyards decorated with old wells and fountains. visites alsace riquewihr


Ribeauvillé is a charming town that has been able to enhance its historic heritage. In the Middle Ages the Ribeaupierre family built three castles, the ruins of which still dominate today the city and the surrounding hills. St Ulrich Castle, Girsberg Castle, Haut-Ribeaupierre Castle.
From its medieval fortifications, the city still retains parts of ramparts and some of its defensive towers, including the "Tour des Bouchers" .The Grand'rue and its picturesque quarters, bordered by 15th to 18th century buildings , are completed by some squares with fountains of Renaissance style ...


As the capital of Alsace wines, Colmar is the most Alsacian city. Its architectural heritage of exceptional richness reveals its prestigious past that you will discover by strolling along the canals to discover the "Little Venice" and the Tanners Quarter; Some buildings such as the Koïfhus or Ancienne Douane; The Maison Pfister, one of the symbols of Colmar ... without missing the Unterlinden Museum which contains the famous 16th century Retable d'Issenheim. Also note that Colmar is the birthplace of Auguste Bartholdi to whom we owe the Lion of Belfort and the Liberty Statue. visites alsace petite venise colmar
Not far from Colmar, Neuf-Brisach is a strategic stop near the Rhine. Built in 1699 by Vauban on the orders of Louis XIV for the security of Alsace, the fortified town is a unique site in Europe. Last fortified town built by Vauban, it offers a remarkable vision of the most accomplished defense system of the 17th century. visites alsace brisach


Mulhouse is a former textile capital : the Wesserling Royal Factory, visit the magnificent Park and the museum,  DMC and Schlumpf are the jewels. However, the most exciting is the Cité de l'Automobile Museum. The Schlumpf brothers were indeed the greatest collectors of vintage cars, including an extraordinary collection of Bugatti. A story a bit sulphurous because their passion destroy the company and ended badly for the two brothers. visites alsace cite de lautomobile schlumpf


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