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Strasbourg and its surroundings (« Great Est ») - 4 days and 3 nights at hotel

Strasbourg, capital of Alsace, has a historical and architectural heritage which makes it the richest city in Alsace. Its city center is part of the UNESCO World Heritage. In addition, the city's museums are particularly rich and interesting.

Historically, Alsace has been a land of Germanic settlement since Antiquity. It was part of the Frankish Empire of Charlemagne, then of the Holy Roman Empire until the French conquest, in several stages, under the reign of Louis XIV.














Day 1 

Departure Paris Strasbourg TGV train

Arrival at the Strasbourg 3-star hotel with breakfast in the city center of Strasbourg

Travel guide throughout the trip providing some city tours












Discover the culinary specialties of Alsace and let your taste buds tempt you!






Day 2 

Circuit - 9H excursion : Alsace, Colmar, medieval villages and castle

Get to know the best of Alsace with this day trip from Strasbourg. Travel on scenic roads through green hills and Alsatian vineyards.


Wander the cobbled streets of the charming towns of Colmar and Eguisheim, and explore the village of Riquewihr within its medieval ramparts.

Top off a magical Alsatian day with a visit to the Haut-Koenigsbourg castle dating from the 12th century. Receive personalized attention from your knowledgeable guide throughout the tour with a group size limited to eight people. Visit the beautiful villages of Eguisheim and Riquewihr

Follow the famous Alsace Wine Route through the vine-covered hills. Discover the Haut-Koenigsbourg castle perched on a hill above the Vosges and the Alsace plain


Day 3 

1-"Batorama" offers you an original tour of Strasbourg. Aboard a boat trip, you will discover the historical and heritage treasures of the European capital : BIG ISLAND, NEUSTADT, THE EUROPEAN QUARTER


2- The "little train" allows you to discover either the picturesque "Petite-France" district, or the German imperial district "Neustadt"













3- Then outing proposed by the travel guide, or free time / rest according to the wishes of the travelers


Day 4 

Visit of the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Strasbourg

Strasbourg Cathedral is the second most visited cathedral in France, after Notre-Dame de Paris. Up to 4 million people visit it each year to admire its 142-meter spire and its spectacular red facade carved in the sandstone of the Vosges.


Return to Paris: Train Strasbourg/Paris departing from Strasbourg

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