Sentier Viticole d'Eguisheim is an itinerary which balances nature, culture and gastronomy. All along the way, you'll discover 7 different grape varieties of Alsace and enjoy sumptuous panoramas of the surrounding nature.
This Benedictine abbey was founded in 727 by bishop Saint-Pirmin and went through many changes throughout the centuries. Today, only the choir and transept the building are original elements but the buidling's facade is quite impressive.
Discover Alsace from the sky during a helicopter tour. In Colmar, Héli Travaux takes you on your first helicopter flight. Each helicopter has 3 passenger seats to admire Haut-Koenigsbourg, Munster Valley and Mount Saint-Odile.
Mulhouse is a cultural city for many reasons: you'll find many museums such as the worldwide known National Museum of Automobile, the Railway Museum of the Musée de l'Impression sur Étoffes , which retraces the history of printed cotton. Everyone one will find a museum they're interested in.