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Alsace Day Trip from Strasbourg: Colmar, Eguisheim, Riquewihr, High Koenigsbourg Castle

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  • Full-day tour of the best of Alsace from Strasbourg
  • Visit the enchanting villages of Eguisheim and Riquewihr
  • Trace the famous Alsace Wine Route through vine-covered hills
Alsace Day Trip from Strasbourg: Colmar, Eguisheim, Riquewihr, High Koenigsbourg Castle
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Alsace Day Trip from Strasbourg: Colmar, Eguisheim, Riquewihr, High Koenigsbourg Castle
From US$150.40
Get to know the best of the Alsace region with this full-day tour from Strasbourg. Travel on scenic roads through green hills and Alsatian vineyards. Wander the cobblestoned streets of the charming towns of Colmar and Eguisheim, and explore the village of Riquewihr inside Medieval walls. Cap off a magical Alsatian day with a visit to the 12th-century castle of High Koenigsbourg. Get personalized attention from your knowledgeable guide throughout with group size limited to eight people.
What to Expect
Your day trip from Strasbourg begins when you meet your guide aboard the awaiting minivan in the town center. Settle into air-conditioned comfort for the scenic drive.

The first stop is the village of Colmar, where you’ll go on a walking tour with your guide. The town’s cobblestoned streets are lined with characteristic German-style half-timbered buildings, and you’ll even see some canals. See Colmar’s main sights, including Saint Martin’s Church and the 16th-century Pfister House, and wander historic neighborhoods like Little Venice.

Your next stop is the picturesque town of Eguisheim, known for its Medieval buildings decorated with flowers, and then it’s on to Riquewihr. The charming town sits inside Medieval walls, and is a warren of meandering alleys and chocolate-box houses. Enjoy some time to explore the pretty town at your leisure, including time to have lunch (own expense).

Continuing on your Alsace tour, the next point of interest is the 105-mile (170 km) Alsace Wine Route (Route des Vins d’Alsace). This scenic road curves gently through rolling hills and past acres of vineyards at the foot of the Vosges Mountains. Continue toward your final stop — Haut Koenigsbourg Castle (Château du Haut-Koenigsbourg).

The castle dates from the 12th century, and you’ll have a chance to explore the inside — including where people once lived inside it — and find out how this powerful fortress used to control the salt, wheat and wine routes from northern and eastern Europe. Admire the excellent views from the castle’s hilltop vantage point before climbing back into the minivan for the drive back to Strasbourg at the starting point of the tour.
Reviews (114)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
Good, but could have been much more....

My wife and I enjoyed the tour, but I was somewhat disappointed- if there were a way to give 3.5 stars, instead of four, I would. I didn't feel our guide was in the league of those about whom I read in the TA reviews;...More

Thank TBAtlanta
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Beautiful tour with a perfect guide

Danielle our tour guide kept us entertained and fully informed the entire day through beautiful storybook villages and the stunning castle. The only time I felt too rushed was during our last stop in Riquewihr. We would have loved some time to visit the wineries...More

1  Thank Diane K
Reviewed 13 October 2018

I recommend this tour to every person visiting this area. You will not be disappointed. Although we did not do wine tasting at a vineyard there was opportunity at Riquewihr for tasting when we stopped for lunch.The villages are amazing. I would stay in this...More

1  Thank colin c
Reviewed 1 October 2018
Visit to Colmar, Alsace

Colmar is a lovely, picturesque town. Due to an injury, I can't walk too long and use a walker to move about. It was a pleasant surprise to discover that there are a few different options for rides around the old town, each varying in...More

2  Thank Kamla B
Reviewed 19 September 2018
Picture perfect tour

We did this tour on the 8th September-our guide was very good-Olivier.He gave us ample infomation, timing was great, walked us thru the castle's history and the villages. At each point, there was enough time for photo taking and lunch. Very satisfied with the tour....More

1  Thank slwh23PJ
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