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Strasbourg, Colmar….. Don’t hesitate to discover this beautiful region renowned for the famous wine route, its traditional Christmas markets, its picturesque villages and its culinary specialties.

Intertourisme, specialist in organizing trips to Alsace since 1981

Intertourisme is a company specializing in organizing trips to Alsace. Our passion is to introduce our customers to the wonders of this unique and authentic region.

We are committed to offering unforgettable travel experiences by providing quality services so that each customer can enjoy a unique and personalized experience.

Our team works in close collaboration with local players to design circuits that meet the expectations and needs of our customers, while offering them the opportunity to discover the splendors of Alsace.

Whether you are looking for a family, couple or solo vacation, Intertourisme is the reference for tailor-made trips to Alsace.

What places to visit in Alsace?

In Alsace, there are many interesting places to visit.

  • A stay on the Alsace wine route
  • A weekend in Strasbourg
  • A weekend in Colmar
  • A weekend in Mulhouse

What monuments can we discover in Alsace?

Alsace is a region rich in heritage and history.

Exceptional glass sites
  • the Lalique Museum in Wingen-sur-Moder: collection of 650 works created by René Lalique and his successors – workshops are also offered.
  • the Meisenthal glassworks site
  • the Grande Place, the Crystal Museum, Saint-Louis, in Saint Louis lès Bitche
  • technical and industrial heritage

Tasting in Alsace breweries, distilleries, delicacy factories, visit to chocolate factories, pretzel or gingerbread factories.

The industry of Alsace: the textiles of Mulhouse, the mining past.

Economic development: hydroelectric power stations -> museums and company visits

Strasbourg as European capital

The European Parliament, the Council of Europe, the Simone Veil parlamentarium, the Place d’Europe, the European Court of Human Rights

The Unterlinden museum, in Colmar

The museum exhibits a rich collection of more than 3,500 works covering 7,000 years of history and brings together different techniques such as painting, sculpture and engraving. When it opened in 1853 by the Schongauer Company, the museum only extended to the former convent of the Dominican nuns of Unterlinden. As the various collections continued to grow, the museum ended up taking over the municipal baths building in order to provide sufficient space for the collected works.

Which villages to visit in Alsace?

  • Eguisheim: small medieval village on the Alsace Wine Route which seduces with the charm of its small paved streets built in concentric circles : we enter the “Ronde d’Eguisheim”, which can be discovered through explanatory plaques. The small houses withbright colorsare abundantly flowered and decorated, especially as the Easter and Christmas holidays approach. In the heart of the village nestle the castle and the chapel of the Alsatian Pope Leo IX, born Bruno d’Eguisheim-Dagsbourg, enthroned in 1049 and pope until his death in 1954. A few minutes from Colmar, Eguisheim is unmissable!
  • Kaysersberg seduces in a thousand ways, notably by its fortified bridge which makes it one of the most “instagrammable” spots in Alsace, but also by its  medieval castlewhich overlooks the village and of course its colorful and flowery houses along the river… Kaysersberg is located in the heart of the Wine Route, but also at the foot of the Vosges which can be seen from the town center . The famous doctor Albert Schweitzer was born in this village and his birthplace today houses a museum which allows you to delve into history. This beautiful little town is obviously richly decorated in the run-up to Easter and its Christmas market, but its potters’ markets have also become an unmissable highlight!
  • Hunspach is a very beautiful village in the north of Alsace which is surprising when you only know the very colorful houses in Alsace. Indeed, it is characterized by its very white houses which denote with black half-timbering and red geraniums. It is a very typical village in the Outer Forest, with large outrigger wells and windows with curved panes
  • Bergheim is one of the most famous villages on the Alsace Wine Route. Behind the medieval ramparts an Alsatian postcard village is revealed with its half-timbered houses and geraniums in the windows. The village ramparts can be discovered using a one-hour circuit and allows you to go around the village via the 14th century medieval wall.

10 activities to discover Alsace as a family

  • The Château du Haut Koenigsbourg
  • Monkey Mountain
  • The Ecomusée
  • The Ship
  • The Little Prince Park
  • Wesserling Park
  • The zoological and botanical park of Mulhouse
  • The Flight of the Eagles
  • The City of Train – SNCF Heritage
  • Fleckenstein Castle

The 10 wonders of Northern Alsace

It allows you to enjoy an exceptional panoramic view of Alsace, surrounded by nature! Among the trees, the Chemin des Cimes was built with a footbridge and a large 29-meter panoramic tower, an adventure park for children, accommodation in the form of glamping pods, an educational trail, 470 parking spaces as well as a restaurant.

30m underground, this major work of the Maginot line reveals 3 km of galleries to explore. Between the kitchens, the dormitories, the infirmary… a visit to Fort Schoenenbourg allows you to discover an entire underground world as it existed in 1939, created by France to make its borders impassable during the Second World War.

In Northern Alsace, two pottery villages are particularly renowned for their history and their know-how. The villages of Betschdorf and Soufflenheim even obtained a protected geographical indication in 2022. This IGP guarantees consumers the authenticity of “Alsace Soufflenheim-Betschdorf pottery”! Each artisan potter has developed his or her own different style and this diversity makes visiting workshops fascinating… Between the kougelhopf molds, the baeckeoffe molds, the snail dishes of all shapes and all colors… There is no doubt, pottery is undeniably part of Alsatian culture!

A stone’s throw from the German border, this 12th century castle dominates the Northern Vosges on its pink sandstone promontory. Once at the top of the castle, visitors are rewarded with a superb panorama. The castle has also developed an offer for families (Le château des idées) as well as for young children (Le P’tit Fleck’)

Located less than half an hour by train from Strasbourg, the town of Haguenau surprises with its pleasant town center, its remarkable 18th century monuments and its exceptional forest which surrounds it. Haguenau is our beer capital: its hop hall can be visited all year round and in summer the town celebrates the hop festival with folk groups from all over the world! In winter, the city center is adorned with illuminations and welcomes Christmas chalets for unforgettable moments…

The Royal Palace adds glitter to your stays in Alsace! This Music Hall has no reason to be ashamed of the famous Parisian Moulin Rouge, it is one of the 3 largest cabarets in France and makes visitors dream in a sumptuous setting. The 1000-seat theater welcomes artists from all over the world for shows renewed every year. With 2 gourmet restaurants, a Lounge club and mini-suites, the Royal Palace offers a magical and cozy break without downside!

With its white houses, black half-timbering and red geraniums in the windows, Hunspach won the title of favorite village of the French in 2020! This small village in Northern Alsace, located between the surrounding valleys, seduces with its authentic streets and its pendulum wells… absolutely worth discovering!

Wissembourg is the northernmost town in Alsace. A stone’s throw from the Wine Route (yes, yes, the Wine Route extends to the north of Alsace!), at the foot of the Northern Vosges Regional Park and its castles, and even at the border towards Germany, this charming city has it all! Its emblematic monuments such as the Maison du Sel or its church, a true jewel of the Roman Road, make it an unmissable stopover! Moreover, since 2009, Wissembourg has been one of the 100 Most Beautiful Detours in France.

Created in 1640, the Meteor brewery opened the Villa Meteor which reveals its history, the different stages of brewing and of course its bar which offers its beers for tasting… A real journey into the malted universe of this great family brewery. The visit lasts around 1h30 and has some surprises in store in December for the end of year celebrations!

The Lalique Museum invites you to stroll among the jewelry, perfumes, decorative objects and pieces of art made by the famous luxury glassmaker René Lalique. More than 650 works are on display and allow you to contemplate Art Nouveau and Art Deco creations which bear witness to know-how passed down through generations. Inaugurated in 1921 by René Lalique, the factory continues to impress the world with its exceptional creations, handcrafted in Wingen-sur-Moder.


Wine tourism in Alsace


The Alsace Wine Route, inaugurated in 1953, is a route going from Marlenheim to Thann (with an enclave in the north of the region) which passes through the exceptional landscapes of Alsace for more than 170km. The Wine Route takes you through picturesque villages that captivate the French, including Bergheim, Kaysersberg, Eguisheim, three charming villages having been voted Favorite Villages of the French. Through vineyards, castles and half-timbered houses, the Wine Route lets you discover the unique atmosphere of Alsace by transmitting the passion for wine, shared by winegrowers and winegrowers.

A multitude of experiences to enjoy: the Alsace Wine Route allows everyone to live an unforgettable experience. Exploring the vineyards by bike, marveling at the unique beauty of Alsatian villages, exploring castles full of history or discovering the know-how of winegrowers by tasting Alsatian wines: this is part of what the Route can offer wines. Exceptional moments in a setting worthy of a postcard!

The Alsace Wine Route in 5 points

  • 51 Grands Crus
  • Territory labeled “Vineyards and discoveries”
  • 7 famous grape varieties: Sylvaner, Pinot blanc, Riesling, Muscat, Pinot gris, Gewurztraminer, Pinot noir
  • 45 wine trails
  • The Véloroute du Vignoble: 131km of cycle route

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