Tours - Bas-Rhin
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Between the weekend, we invite you to discover the treasures of the city of Strasbourg.
For 6 days, you will discover the Alsace. It is the third most densely populated region in metropolitan France.Alsace is divided into two departments: the Lower Rhine in the north and the Upper Rhine in the south.
Between vineyards and forests, Alsace is a land of history and heritage which tells its secrets to those who make time to enjoy the region. Les Hortensias in Barr propose you some tours near by the hotel
Cruising on the Canal de la Marne au Rhin and Canal du Rhône au Rhin, take your boat up the Arzviller boat lift and experience one of the greatest marvels of modern canal engineering. Spend time in the cosmopolitan city of Strasbourg, admire Europe’s biggest stained glass window in ...
YOU MAY: Beautiful landscapes Peace and quiet Architectural wonders Castles
Partez à la découverte des nombreuses ruines de châteaux-forts visibles en Alsace du Nord. Un boucle de 65 km à effectuer en voiture vous mènera à ces lieux fabuleux qui enrichissent le patrimoine historique du territoire.
Sélestat is a commune located in the Bas-Rhin department in the Alsace region.
In the County of Barr and Bernstein located between plains, vineyards and mountains. Hike to the closest mountains of the Vosges and admire the Plain of Alsace on one side and the black forest of Germany on the other.
Set up among vineyards and forests, the city of Andlau is located in a magnificent landscape. Andlau has grown around the princely Abbey founded in 880 by Richarde, the wife of Carolingian Charles le Gros.
Erstein is a 'urban' city located at the heart of the Ried region. This city has a population of 10,000 inhabitants spread on a surface of 3623 ha. Its location is ideal, only 20 min from Strasboug, Selestat, Obernai and Lahr. Erstein offers a countryside lifestyle in a city.
Located at the heart of the regional natural park of northern Vosges, the Sauer Valley offers a very attractive landscape with narrow and sunken valleys nestled in oak and fir trees forests.
Discovering the cities of Bas-Rhin and sightseeing