Tour of the Alsace Wine Route

Eguisheim, Hunawihr, Kaysersberg

Join your licensed guide on Alsace's most enchanting trail, where picturesque landscapes reveal some of the region's most beautiful villages. They are nestled in the midst of vast vineyards that change with the seasons.

About this activity

 

Private Tour

with a Licensed Guide

 

8 to 9 hours approx.

 

Max 30 people per group

 

English, French,

Spanish or Catalan


Guide fees

  • Basic fee
  • €432.00

    (Price per group)

  • 9-hour tour max.

    (Lunch time is included in the tour duration)

  • VAT and taxes included
  • Start / Finish

    Strasbourg

    (Does not include transportation)

  • Book now
  • Easter / Christmas season
  • €475.00

    (Price per group)

  • 9-hour tour max.

    (Lunch time is included in the tour duration)

  • VAT and taxes included
  • Start / Finish

    Strasbourg

    (Does not include transportation)

  • Book now

Experience

Highlights

  • Explore charming villages in Alsace.
  • Discover fairytale landscapes.
  • Immerse yourself in the rich world of Alsace wine.
  • Enjoy wine tasting in a family-run cellar.
  • Enjoy detailed commentary from your certified guide throughout the experience.
  • Plan a visit to Colmar as part of your tour.
  • Also make a detour to the Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle on this tour.

Full description

The Alsace Wine Route stands out as one of the region's most popular tourist destinations, stretching over 170 km to take in some of the most beautiful and enchanting villages in Alsace, and by extension, France. Many of them have been awarded prizes.

On our trip from Strasbourg, we'll be heading to the south of the region, more precisely to the Haut-Rhin department. It's in this area that I consider finding the most fascinating localities from a historical and landscape point of view. It's not surprising that many of these towns have served as inspiration for famous films, such as Bill Condon's most recent version of Beauty and the Beast.

These charming towns include Riquewihr, Kaysersberg and Eguisheim. Depending on the itinerary and time available, we can also include other destinations close to the Wine Route, such as the Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle or a visit to the magnificent city of Colmar.

On this exciting excursion along the Alsace Wine Route, you'll have the perfect opportunity to explore the rich palette of wines on offer in the region, discover the special features of its vineyards and, of course, take part in a tasting at a family-run winery.


Meeting point

I can meet you at your hotel in the center of Strasbourg, or we can arrange a meeting place near a drop-off/pick-up point for touring coaches.


Includes

 Private hire of an authorized local guide

 Tour of the Alsace Wine Route

 Lunch time

 Professional liability insurance

 Suggestions

 Transportation (to be arranged by customer)

 Cost of wine tasting

 Cost of guide/group meal

 Entrance fees to museums / monuments visited

 Headset for uninterrupted guide commentary

 Tips (optional)



Important information

  • The tour takes place outdoors.
  • Bring a cap and sunglasses in summer, warm clothing in autumn and winter, and an umbrella or raincoat in spring, autumn and winter.