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Portland

Jeff from Portland asked

Where to go in French AND German Alsace regions

We are looking for great wineries, restaurants, bars, and just things to do in the region. We will likely have 4 days there before heading down into Switzerland. We love wine, people watching, traditional food and drink, anything that just is a good time. If there are any wine festivals or events that are a dont miss, we would love that. We will be there in the fall, so if there are harvest/crush events that is great.

We are not huge fans of museums. Castles and small traditional towns are both great

Alsace   Baden-Baden   Freiberg   Mulhouse   Colmar   Basel

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Coralie from Selestat

I suggest you to come in my town of Selestat Region Haut-Koenigsbourg.

You can visit small traditional towns and lots of wineries, walk in wineyards, rent bikes to discover the Region. 

You can have a look on this Region on my site:

http://www.selestat-haut-koenigsbourg.com/en.html

http://www.greeters-selestat.com/en/un-greeter-c-est-quoi-en.html


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Markus from Biesheim

Just take a trip on the Alsatian wine route: KaysersbergRiquewihr, and so many more villages to go to. 106 in fact! Wine producing capital is Colmar. Make sure you try the Crement d'Alsace!


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