In Alsace you can experience a magical atmosphere!
With houses that look like made of gingerbread, colorful and fancy !

Alsace – in the east of France on the border with Germany – is a unique region

A glance in the history books reveals that the region was marked by a power struggle between two of the largest cultural areas in Europe. Thus, in the French region, which received its name in the early Middle Ages, in some places there is also a second, German inscription on guesthouses and restaurants.

Colorful Half-timbred houses

The largest city in Alsace is definitely Strasbourg.

Here you will find a very impressive Roman Catholic Church: the Muenster. In order to climb it, one had to climb 332 steps.

Muenster – the huge church in the middle of Strasbourg

Our Strasbourg tip:

Buy yourself a Strasbourg Pass that is valid for 3 days. This will give you free access to a number of attractions and a remarkable discount. Don’t forget to attend the film and the explanations about the astronomical clock at noon. Very impressive!

Petite France in Strasbourg

Between the peaks of the Vosges and the Alsatian lowlands you will find many medieval settlements such as Ribeauville, Riquewihr, Colmar and Eguisheim. We strongly recommend visiting a local tavern in the heart of the Alsatian wine region and savouring its delicacies.


When we arrived in Colmar we were greeted by the “original” Statue of Liberty. Did you know that Auguste Bartholdi, born here, designed it for New York?

You can find this Statue of Liberty in Colmar

Colmar is a small romantic town – a boat trip through the little Venice will make any heart beat faster.

Colmar – a very romantic city

A visit to Colmar is also worthwhile at Christmas time. His Christmas market has just been nominated as one of the most beautiful in Europe.

If you also want to go there, but don’t know how to organize your trip, we will be happy to help you. Book a consultation with one of our travel experts and let us create the perfect route for you.