Alsace is a region in northeastern France. Covering the two départements of Bas-Rhin and Haut-Rhin, every year Alsace attracts increasing numbers of tourists especially thanks to Strasbourg, its capital, open to Europe and a symbol of the dynamism and romanticism of the region.
Alsace, which has become a inescapable destination for tourists in the know, enjoys a cultural wealth and unrivalled historic heritage.
Alsace immediately conjures up the charm of the city of Colmar, the green hills of the Vosges forest, Notre Dame de Strasbourg cathedral, the typical half-timbered facades and golden hues of the vineyards. Alsace’s wines’ reputation is built on their unique grape varieties.
Alsace is also well known for its many culinary specialities that will be sure to delight! Flammekueche, pretzel, sauerkraut, Munster, baeckeofe … A wide range of regional products that makes Alsace a fascinating and unusual region whose different facets take time to discover. Coming to enjoy the Alsace region is fast and easy by taking the A26 and A4 from the port of Calais.