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Wine tasting on The Alsace Wine Route
Haut Koenigsbourg and The Alsace Wine Route with Wine Tasting
Price: From 69.59 US$, per person
Duration: 4.5 - 5 hours
This tour has it all! Take in the superb vistas from Haut-Koenigsbourg, spend some time in the medieval village of Riquewihr exploring the courtyards and alleyways and end your tour with a wine tasting provided by wine producer Dopff and Irion.

Visit the famous Castle of Haut-Koenigsbourg, impressive fortress of the 12th century offering a splendid view of the plain of Alsace. The Castle was the residence of several eminent proprietors including members of the Habsbourg dynasty and the German emperor Wilhelm II. At the beginning of the 20th Century, the latter began extensive restoration and rebuilding work, bringing it back to its former glory. It is now one of the most visited National Monuments in France.

Journey through the Wine Route to Riquewihr, the "Pearl of the vineyard" listed as one of the most beautiful villages in France. Surrounded by vineyards including the Grand Cru Wines "Schonenbourg" and "Sporen", nestling in a fold of green hills, Riquewihr personifies a symbolic union of the pleasure of fine wines from prestigious vineyards and extremely well preserved architecture.

To end the trip a wine tasting offered by the renowned wine producer Dopff and Irion.




Mont Sainte-Odile and Obernai
Mont Sainte-Odile and Obernai
Price: From 66.91 US$, per person
Duration: 3 hours
Travel part of the Alsace Wine Route on your way to Mont Sainte-Odile, a place of pilgrimage for many centuries. Continue to Obernai, the second most visited place in north Alsace.

Drive through Rosheim, Boersch and Ottrott, all picturesque villages along the Alsace Wine Route. Rosheim is particularly famous for its majestic church, Saint Pierre and Paul, jewel of the romantic art of the 12th century. Boersch not only features 3 surrounding gateways from the 14th century, but also a remarkable Town Hall of Renaissance style with a staircase turret and an angle oriel.

Every Alsacian knows about the Rouge d'Ottrott which is the only real red wine in Alsace, but not everyone knows that the village has retained numerous half-timbered houses of Renaissance style.

Drive through the forest of the Vosges Mountain to Mont Sainte-Odile and visit the convent of the "Patron Saint of Alsace". Odile was born blind and miraculously recovered her eyesight while being christened at the age of twelve. In 720 she surrendered her soul to God and the site became a place of pilgrimage.

Built on a rocky spur at 763 meters high, it offers a panoramic view of the plain of Alsace. The visit includes Sainte-Odile's Chapel which contains her relics, the Church of the Monastry, the Cloister yard adorned with flowers beds and a statue of Sainte-Odile and the Chapel of the Cross, the oldest part of the Monastry which looks like a Roman Crypt thanks to its very low vault and central column.

Descend to Obernai the second most visited place in north Alsace after Strasbourg. The City Hall, started in 1370 and expanded in 1523 is easy to recognize with a unique carved stone balcony and decorated bow window. The Kappelturm Belfry reaching 59 meters high was used as a lookout for the town. Also visible from the market square is the Corn Exchange House, whose bell was used to announce the opening and the closing of the market.




Mont Sainte-Odile, France
Mont Sainte-Odile, Obernai, Haut Koenigsbourg and The Alsace Wine Route
Price: From 168.32 US$, per person
Duration: 9 hours
Spend a full day exploring the highlights of the Alsace Region including Mont Sainte-Odile, Obernai and Castle of Haut Koenigsbourg. Travel along the Alsace Wine Route for picturesque views of the French countryside.

Drive through Rosheim, Boersch and Ottrott, picturesque villages along the Alsace Wine Route. Rosheim is famous for its church, Saint Pierre and Paul, jewel of the romantic art of the 12th century. Boersch not only features 3 surrounding gateways from the 14th century, but also a Town Hall of Renaissance style with a staircase turret and an angle oriel. All Alsacians know of the Rouge d'Ottrott, the only real red wine in Alsace, but not everyone knows that the village has retained numerous half-timbered houses of Renaissance style.

Drive through the forest of the Vosges Mountain to Mont Sainte-Odile and visit the convent of the "Patron Saint of Alsace". Odile was born blind and miraculously recovered her eyesight while being christened at the age of 12. In 720 she surrendered her soul to God and the site became a place of pilgrimage.

Descend to Obernai the 2nd most visited place of north Alsace after Strasbourg. City Hall is easy to recognize with a unique carved stone balcony and decorated bow window. Visible from the market square is the Corn Exchange House, whose bell was used to announce the opening and the closing of the market.

Visit the famous Castle of Haut-Koenigsbourg, impressive fortress of the 12th century offering views of the plain of Alsace. The Castle was the residence of several eminent proprietors including members of the Habsbourg dynasty and the German emperor Wilhelm II. It is one of the most visited National Monuments in France.

Journey through the Wine Route to Riquewihr, the "Pearl of the vineyard" listed as one of the most beautiful villages in France. Surrounded by vineyards including the Grand Cru Wines "Schonenbourg" and "Sporen", nestling in a fold of green hills, Riquewihr personifies the union of the pleasure of fine wines from prestigious vineyards with well preserved architecture.

To end the trip a wine tasting is offered by renowned wine producer Dopff and Irion.


Strasbourg Pass
Strasbourg Pass
Price: From 15.38 US$, per person
Duration:
Visiting Strasbourg with the Strasbourg Pass cheque book allows you free admissions and reductions during a 3 day period.
Free offers include one museum entry of your choice, an ascent to the cathedral platform, a boat trip through Strasbourg and a visit to the astronomical clock in the cathedral.

You will receive a 50% discount on a visit to a second museum, a trip on a mini tram (April - October only), use of a bicycle for half a day, a visit of the Vaisseau and a visit to the Naviscope Alsace, former boat pusher of the Rhine.

You will also receive a 30% discount on an audio guided visit of the old city and 2 for 1 admission to the Planetarium.

Children aged 3-18 years are entitled to a junior pass which entitles the holder to the same benefits as the Strasbourg pass.