Alsace GuideAlsace is a region in the northeast of France. Alsace has through its history changed hands between Germany and France on several occasions. The local culture is distinct, and the region offers historic cities and castles, and interesting countryside. HotelsFind hotels in Strasbourg, Colmar, Riquewihr, Mulhouse and more.
Popular in AlsaceStrasbourgStrasbourg is the capital of the Alsace region of France and is most widely known for hosting a number of important European institutions. ColmarColmar is a city in Alsace, France. It was the last town in France to be freed after the second World War, on February 2nd, 1945.
In AlsaceRiquewihrRiquewihr is one of the most enchanting towns in Alsace. Parking is outside the town walls and entrance into the old town is through a series of old town gates in the large clock and watch towers. MulhouseMulhouse is a city in Alsace, France west of the Rhine near the border to Germany. Husseren-les-ChâteauxHusseren-les-Châteaux is in the foothills of the Vosges mountains, 6 km south of Colmar in the heart of Alsace. RibeauvilléRibeauvillé is one of the prettiest towns in the Alsace. It was first mentioned in 768 AD. KaysersbergKaysersberg, in Alsace, was an important town in the Middle Ages. It has a large fortress, and the town's name means Emperor's mountain which comes from the fortress. HaguenauOf great age the town is still surrounded by its medieval fortifications and is overlooked by a castle from the same period that is today a museum. SelestatSélestat is in the middle of Alsace. It is home to the humanist library. Nearby is the deer reserve with unusual wildlife.