The Alsace wine route is a tourist itinerary of more than 170 km that crosses many wine-growing villages. Here is our selection of the best villages to visit:
Riquewihr is a picturesque medieval village with colorful half-timbered houses. It is also known for its quality wines. Visiting the local winemakers' cellars is a must.
Eguisheim is often considered the most charming village in the region. With its cobbled streets, fountains, and colorful houses, it is a true invitation to stroll. Don't forget to taste the local wines during your visit.
Kaysersberg is a village located in the Weiss valley. The ruined castle and the Sainte-Croix church are the main tourist attractions of the city. Local winemakers also offer wine tastings.
Hunawihr is a village surrounded by vineyards. It is famous for its fortified church from the 16th century, half-timbered houses, and quality wines. Don't miss the Museum of Vine and Wine.
Ribeauvillé is a picturesque village located at the foot of the Vosges. It is known for its fine wines and medieval castles. Visiting the Saint-Ulrich Castle is a must.
To fully enjoy your visit to the wine route villages, we recommend using our VTC service. We specialize in transfers from train stations and airports in the region and can take you to the best places to taste local wines.
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