Tours in Alsace: the guarantee of a total change of scenery
Alsace, located in the Grand Est region, is a land of contrasts and diversity. Small in size but rich in history, flavours and activities, Alsace will enchant you any time of the year.
Discover the Alsatian wine and beer route and walk the trails of the Vosges after having enjoyed the Alsatian gastronomy.
Take an adventure on the canals of Little Venice in the city of Colmar before visiting the Unterlinden Museum with the breathtaking Issenheim Altarpiece painted by Matthias Grünewald in the early 16th century.
This masterpiece owes its popularity to the art critic and novelist Joris-Karl Huysmans who praised Grünewald’s genius in several texts at the end of the 19th century.
Frequently asked questions
Little Venice in the city of Colmar
Yes, the tours are adapted. However, it is necessary to inform me when booking.
Yes, the tours are adapted to families and pets.
However, it is necessary to inform me when booking.
Yes, if they are under 6 years old.
If you show a proof, 10% discount for:
- Unemployed people
- Children between 6 and 12 years old
Yes, there are tours of the Alsace wine route.
You need a minimum of 2 people and a maximum of 4 people.
Yes, there are tours of the Natzwiller-Struthof camp.
You need a minimum of 2 people and a maximum of 4 people and you have to book 2 to 3 days before the date of the tour. The site is open from 9 am to 5:30 pm.
Admission fee is 8€ for full price and 4€ for reduced price (young people between 10 and 18 years old, students, job seekers, holders of the “Large Family” card, holders of the “Cezam” card, holders of a professional card (teacher, press, tourism, guide, lecturer).
If the visit is cancelled at least 48 hours in advance, there is no cancellation fee.
Under 48 hours, 10% of the amount will be retained.
All the periods of the year are favourable to visit Alsace. Each season has its own charm!
In December, the Christmas markets transport you into a magical atmosphere.
In spring, the greening nature and the pleasant temperatures allow you to take advantage of the lengthening days by strolling in the Vosges or by visiting the typical Alsatian cities.
In summer, take advantage of the cool mornings to visit the outdoors and in the afternoon, discover the museums with the cooling of the air-conditioners.
In autumn, the colours of the vineyards will enchant your eyes as you travel along the wine route.