4 days, 3 nights

Colmar and Southern Alsace

Colmar - Riquewihr - Ungersheim - Mulhouse

A great taste of the old imperial city.

The southern Alsace region offers a wealth of choices for short-term vacationers. It abounds with opportunities to learn about culture and discover diverse landscapes as well as visit important sites of historic and technological significance. Why not an all-in-one trip?

Included Services: 

  • 3 overnight stays with half-board at a bed and breakfast along the famous Wine Route (Sunday/ Monday) or Mulhouse (Thursday/Friday/Saturday)
  • Breakfast buffet and 3-course meal
  • City tour of Strasbourg
  • City tour of Colmar
  • Entrance to the house where Albert Schweitzer was born
  • Wine tasting with traditional Kouglof (Bundt cake)
  • Entrance to the Cultural Heritage Museum in Ungersheim
  • Entrance to the Automobile Museum

Details, Prices + Conditions

Duration: 4 days, 3 nights

Participants: 20 people minimum

Price: Starting at 199 EUR

Additional cost of 30 EUR for an upgrade to a 4-course gourmet meal offered by the bed and breakfast. Visitor’s tax: 1.50 EUR – 2 EUR per person per night.

Contact + Booking: 

Touren Service Schweda GmbH
Hafenstraße 20
77694 Kehl am Rhein
Germany

Phone: +49 7851 99280

Fax: +49 7851 992830

Website: http://www.touren-service.de

Detailed Trip Description

Colmar, Place_de l' ancienne douane © OT Colmar / G.Würth

Day 1: Strasbourg – Colmar

After arrival in Colmar via Strasbourg, you will get to enjoy a tour of the old European city, followed by dinner and an overnight stay. Your accommodation will be located at the center of Colmar or on the southern arm of the Wine Route in a beautiful 2- or 3-star hotel.

Maison Pfister © P. Bogner
Isenheimer Altar, Colmar © OT Colmar
Kayserberg © CRTA / Zvardon
Alsace Gugelhupf © CRTA / Meyer

Day 2: Colmar – Riquewihr

Sightseeing in Colmar: the Maison Pfister, the 1438 Customs House, the “Little Tuscany“ of the historic city center with its canals, and the Unterlinden Museum with the famous Isenheim alter of Matthias Grünewald. After taking in the sights, you will be treated to an afternoon daytrip to Kaysersberg, the birthplace of Albert Schweitzer, as well as the walled wine village of Riquewhir. Wine tasting and a piece of Kouglof (Bundt cake) along with a tour with our favorite winemaker round off the trip. The day draws to a close with dinner at the hotel.

Automobile Museum, Mulhouse © MMSA

Day 3: Upper Rhine Valley

The beautiful wine villages of the Upper Alsace region lead to Ungersheim and the Cultural Heritage Museum. On your stroll through the region’s culture, take a look over the shoulder of a skilled artisan. Afterwards, you’re off to Mulhouse to visit the world’s largest collection of classic cars – the Automobile Museum of the Schlumpf brothers. All this is followed by dinner at the hotel.

Day 5: Trip Home

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