When it comes to relaxing holidays, there’s no town like a wine town. Driving in Alsace, France’s northeastern wine-growing region, was the perfect holiday that brought us through beautiful towns, lush vineyards, and breathtaking landscapes.
The heart of the historic wine route in Alsace, France’s northeastern wine region, is Colmar – a pretty town that’s straight out of a fairytale. It’s the perfect base for a holiday in Alsace and home to amazing gastronomy, charming architecture, and an overall great holiday vibe. Here’s where to stay in Colmar.
Joie de vivre meets Gemütlichkeit in this city with a French soul, German trimmings, and a whole lot of charm! If you love wine, storybook houses, and great food, you’ll love Strasbourg. Here are the best things to see and do in Strasbourg.
Wine, history, and delicious food – if you love all three, you’ll be beyond bliss in Strasbourg, a French border city with a unique French-German culture, great gastronomy, and Alsatian wine. Make the most of your holiday – here’s where to stay in Strasbourg.
Get to know France beyond the glitz and glamour of its cities! Get behind the wheel and get acquainted with France’s fragrant fields, cliffside castles, and vibrant vineyards. Here are 5 amazing road trips in France.
From medieval cobbled towns to charming villages splashed in pastel tones, the lovely Alsace region in eastern France is a holiday destination straight out of a storybook. Spend days wandering around narrow postcard-perfect streets, go for a road trip through picturesque vineyards and to scenic peaks, and enjoy the good life with oodles of hearty cuisine and excellent wine. Here are the top things to do in Alsace.