Alsace Travel Guide

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Lynn Klingensmith

The Alsace has been popular with invading armies and tourists alike. Well, we have to admit the area is extremely pretty, the white wines are great and the food is delicious.

Strasbourg is the most important city and one of the most beautiful cities of France. Located on the banks of the Rhine just a bridge away from Germany, you will surely appreciate the mixture of French and German styles; Strasbourg combines the best of both worlds.

From Strasbourg you can make numerous daytrips to visit the smaller towns and cities: Ungersheim, Riquewihr, Colmar. They are all as charming as can be.

A drive through the countryside and a stop at some of the castles where you can taste and buy wines firectly from the Chateau are one of the best ways to spend your days in this lovely region.

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