The charming villages of Alsace

The charming villages of Alsace


  1. tamarasw

    I’ve never been to this region, though I’ve wanted to. I’ve heard of Colmar and seen pictures before but never heard of Riquewihr (how on earth does one pronounce that one?!). I’m sure I would love exploring that town, too! Great photos and post!

  2. tammyonthemove

    It looks like something out of a fairytale. Really beautiful little buildings. I think the best thing about this region is the food though. The perfect combination between French and German food. Delicious!

  3. Vicky and Buddy

    These towns look so lovely, especially Petite Venise. The cobble stone streets and the architecture of the buildings really do make you feel like you’ve gone back in time. In this area I’ve only gone to Strasbourg, but next time these smaller towns will definitely be on my list of places to visit.

  4. Drew

    I have yet to make it to Alsace. As a wine lover, I’ve only made it as close as Burgundy. The villages in Alsace looks almost prettier than those in Burgundy. Looks like I found my next wine trip!

  5. Heather

    Wow, charming is right! Riquewihr and Colmar look like towns straight out of a fairytale. I’ve never heard of the Route des Vins d’Alsace, this route sounds too perfect. I’m most certainly adding this to my itinerary the next time I visit France. Thank you for the detailed information and the inspiration!

  6. mags

    I’ve not been to Alsace, but I will potentially be driving around France this fall. Your pictures have me very excited about the prospect!

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