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Jeff
Portland

Alsace, Baden-Baden, Freiberg, Mulhouse, Colmar, Basel

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


2 Answers

answered first by
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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answered by
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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