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The black cabrio bus of Tour.Alsace makes it possible to discover Alsace in an original way from Strasbourg! Several day tours are available to allow visitors to fully enjoy an exceptional outing with family or friends. The comfortable 19-seat bus offers a panoramic view of the landscapes crossed and the comments broadcast in the headphones are available in 11 languages. Departures are announced at 9 a.m. at the Parc de l'Etoile in Strasbourg and stops are scheduled in the region's major tourist attractions along the routes. It is possible to privatize the vehicle. More information: RHINE VALLEY SIGHTSEEING TOURS 31 Rue de l'Abattoir 68150 RIBEAUVILLE Mobile: ++33 (0) 6 82 20 33 27 https://tour.alsace/

Electric scooters


Riq’Ecotour offers electric scooters to discover the area of Ribeauvillé – Riquewihr. This soft, comfortable and secure means of transport offers an autonomy of 40 km. Another way to discover the vineyard from Riquewihr alone or with a guide! More information: RIQU'ECOTOUR 18 Rue de la 1ère Armée 68340 RIQUEWIHR Mobile: ++33 (0) 6 89 45 30 33 https://riquecotour.wixsite.com/riquecotour?fbclid=IwAR0D5zl8yNeUASp0e4reecKPf9EglxHSFXU06YdKTB6SObmpwv2hvDY_Op8

Kut’Zig, the vineyard shuttle bus


The red cabrio bus « Kut’zig » offers a shuttle service in the heart of the Alsace Wine Route from mid-April to mid-October. The route serves following cities and villages: Colmar, Ribeauvillé, Hunawihr, Riquewihr, Kaysersberg Vignoble, Turckheim, Eguisheim and Vœgtlinshoffen.

© Christophe MEYER - ADT

Touristic harvest

Experience the unique harvest experience in the heart of the Alsatian vineyard! The harvest is the result of a year's work to develop a prestigious product. Each year, for half a day with a winegrower, experience the unique harvest experience in the heart of the Alsatian vineyard and become a " One-day grape picker ".

Petit Train Neuf-Brisach © OT Pays Rhin Brisach

A touristic little train in Neuf-Brisach


The visit of the city of Neuf-Brisach and its Vauban fortifications is now possible on a tourist train. Information and reservation Office de Tourisme du Pays du Rhin Brisach 6 Place d'Armes 68600 Neuf-Brisach Tel. : +33 3 89 72 56 66 commercialisation@tourisme-paysrhinbrisach.com  

©Office de tourisme du Val d'Argent

Tellure Mine Park​


Underground via ferrata at the Tellure Mine Park In Tellure come discover the first underground via ferrata in the world. The large column (an underground cavity) is over nearly 120 m high and was specifically designed and secured for using a via ferrata.

©Office de tourisme de la vallée de Munster

Works in the Albert Schweitzer House in Gunsbach


Due to the renovation and expansion works at the Albert Schweitzer Museum, the museum will be closed to the public until the entire structure is reopened on 25 January 2020. Albert Schweitzer had this house built in 1928 with the money of the Frankfurt Goethe Prize.

Octophonia, European festival of songs and lights.

Octophonia, European festival of songs and lights. From 13 to 15 June 2019, in the octagonal abbey church of Ottmarsheim, come and discover a show combining sound and light. Mappings projected on the dome magnify the songs of the young girls of the Manécanterie de St Jean de Colmar, the only female choir in Alsace. To accompany them in music, the Mulhouse Symphony Orchestra and four soloists will play during the festival. 3 days, 3 unique shows lasting more than an hour for a musical journey through Europe. More information: here

The slowUp Alsace 2019

On Sunday June the 2nd, it’s the 7th edition of the slowUp Alsace - a festive, sportive and gourmet day! The course takes place between Sélestat, Châtenois and Bergheim, on the Alsace Wine Route and the Alsace Wine Road Cycle Route.

Tour de France

The Tour de France is back in Alsace!   On Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 July 2019 the "Grande Boucle" has two steps in Alsace: the first connecting Saint-Dié-Des-Vosges to Colmar and the second from Mulhouse to La Planche Des Belles Filles in the Vosges. A total of 326.5 km in two days through more than 60 Alsatian towns and villages!

Everybody to the castles for May 1!

The Day of the Alsatian Castles Wednesday, May 1, 2019, the Day of the Castles brings us together to celebrate our cultural patrimony. Although some fortresses are in ruins, this does not stop the associations from working together to honor them. No less than 34 castles await visitors wishing to discover new places. Several activities such as archery, knights' tournaments and many others will bring these stones back to life. For more information: here

Access map for coaches - Strasbourg


The city of Strasbourg has put in place a new access map for coaches (2019-2020). Discover and download it here. Further information : Office de Tourisme 17 place de la Cathédrale 67082 STRASBOURG CEDEX Phone : +33 3 88 52 28 28 - info@otstrasbourg.fr - www.otstrasbourg.fr