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Alsatian Wine Route (with private coach or vehicle).


Colmar’s must-sees to discover the old parts of the Alsatian wines’ capital.

Unterlinden Museum in Colmar, renovated in 2016 and housing the widely known altarpiece « Retable d’Issenheim ».


Obernai and its vineyard, in the heart of the Alsatian Wine Route.


Mount Sainte-Odile, a spiritual place housing the Alsace patron saint’s shrine.


Mittelbergheim and the Zotzenberg – « Grand Cru » estate of the vineyard. Mittelbergheim is one of the 150 most beautiful villages in France.


Riquewihr and its vineyard. Riquewihr is part of the 150 most beautiful villages in France.


Ribeauvillé, quiet place between  vineyard and castles.
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Kaysersberg, elected favorite village in France in 2017.

Eguisheim, elected favorite village in France in 2013 with its amazing concentric shape.
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The Memorial of Alsace and Lorraine, highly recommended to learn more about the unique local history and everyday life during World War II.


The Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp, the one and only Nazi camp to be located in France.


The Haut-Koenigsbourg castle, emblematic fortress and one of the most visited places in France.

Rates:


• 1h = 100 €
• 1h30 = 120 €
• 2h = 150 €
• 3h = 170 €

• Half day tour (4h) = 200 €

• Full day tour (8h) = 300 €

• Extra hour = 30 €.




These rates apply to groups from 10 to 35 people and are intended to be divided into the number of visitors.
Smaller groups (less than 10 people) and school groups are asked to contact me to get a personal quote.


These rates remain unchanged during weekends and holidays.

According to the 293B article of the French labour law, VAT is not applicable : prices are net.
The payment must be made in €, the latest two months after the guided tour.