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Alsace: Le Parc du Petit Prince Entry Ticket

1. Alsace: Le Parc du Petit Prince Entry Ticket

Gather your little princes and princesses, and enter a world inspired by the work of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. This ambitious theme park on the French, German, and Swiss border is based on the most-read and most-translated book in the French language, The Little Prince. From scenic balloon rides to 3D movies, this educational and entertaining adventure land is bound to spark children's imaginations, and give you some of the best views around.

Mulhouse City Pass

2. Mulhouse City Pass

Mulhouse and its famous museums are definitely worth a visit. Key attractions include: the world's most beautiful collection of vintage cars, the biggest train museum in Europe, the unique Textile Printing museum, and the new amusement park dedicated to the Little Prince of Antoine de Saint Exupéry. This City Pass will enable you to enjoy more of the city of Mulhouse and its region. You will be able to discover one of its top attractions for free. You can choose from: the Automobile Museum, the Train Museum, the Textile Printing Museum, the Electricity Museum, the zoological and botanical gardens, the Ecomusée d'Alsace Open Air Museum, the Wallpaper Museum, the Motocycle Museum, and the François Schneider Foundation's Contemporary Art Center. Upon your next visit, all of these museums and sites - as well as the Little Prince Parc - are accessible at a reduced entrance rate. With this Pass, you can use all the public transportation for free for 3 days, including the shuttle going to the Ecomusée d'Alsace Open Air Museum and the Little Prince Park. Enjoy a meal in a local restaurant that will offer you an aperitif, and get a discount at the Tourist Office shop.

Alsace Medieval History Day Trip from Strasbourg

3. Alsace Medieval History Day Trip from Strasbourg

The tour begins with departure from Strasbourg bus station and heads to the first stop of the day, historical Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle. Upon arrival, admire the building’s architecture, learn about the people who once lived here, and marvel at the castle's stunning views across the Black Forest. After the castle, the open-top bus follows the famous Alsace Wine Route, making a stop at one of the region's most well-preserved medieval villages along the way, Riquewihr. Spend some free time wandering through the village’s pictures streets, shop at a local store for a souvenir, or find a cozy restaurant for lunch. The tour continues to Kaysersberg next, to marvel at its beautiful fortified bridge nestled amongst the quaint village surroundings. Your day trip finishes with a visit to Colmar, a unique and endearing country town, for a ride on the tourist train. Please note that the tourist train doesn't run in November. Instead, there will be free time in the city.

Colmar: Chocolate Museum Entrance Ticket

4. Colmar: Chocolate Museum Entrance Ticket

Experience immersive environments, informative films, 3D projections, tastings and more on this interactive tour of the Colmar chocolate museum.  The journey begins in a tropical forest where you will meet a small monkey eating cocoa pods, and learn about the harvesting the cocoa trees. Leaving the forest, you enter an Aztec temple that reveals the serpent god Quetzalcoatl, who, according to the legend, introduced cocoa on earth. Entering the next room, the floor creaks, the lamps stir, the windows reveal an azure sea ... The scene takes place in the 16th century, on a Spanish ship, where you'll discover cocoa's journey to Europe.  It's a century later that chocolate will enter the great European courts and you'll follow this journey and meet the luxurious equipment they made to drink this very special spice called cocoa. Don't miss the original flavors they offered at that time. Chocolate was also considered as a medication and you'll discover all the beliefs and truths about the benefits of cocoa.  The second floor is dedicated to industrialization and all the chocolatiers that made Alsace the largest producer of chocolate in France. Then, in the virtual demonstration, meet 3 chocolatiers who will present their recipes and all the tricks they use to make their perfect chocolates.

Pass-Alsace: The Best of Alsace in your Pocket

5. Pass-Alsace: The Best of Alsace in your Pocket

Organize your trip to Alsace with free entry to a large choice of museums, castles, wildlife parks, and more. With the Pass Alsace, enjoy free entry to 58 sites in Alsace. Head to the Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle, the Monkeys Mountain or the Batorama sightseeing boat tour in Strasbourg. Benefit from discounts and reductions across the area.  Included with Pass Alsace: 1. Castle of Fleckenstein in Lembach 2. Castle of Challenges in Lembach 3. Four à Chaux in Lembach 4. Museum Lalique  5. Glass Museum in Meisenthal 6. Crystal Museum in Saint-Louis 7. Museum of the Battle in 1870 8. Petroleum Museum in Merkwiller 9. Rural farm from l’Outre Forêt in Kutzenhausen 10. Castle of Lichtenberg  11. Museum Pays de Hanau in Bouxwiller 12. Judeo-Alsatian Museum in Bouxwiller 13. Houses of rocks in Graufthal 14. Alsatian Museum in Haguenau  15. Luggage Museum in Haguenau  16. Historical Museum in Haguenau  17. Museum in Rohan’s Castle in Saverne  18. Villa Meteor in Hochfelden  19. MM Park in La Wantzenau  20. Pixel Museum in Schiltigheim  21 à 29. City Museums in  Strasbourg (you can choose 2 among 9 museums) 30. One City Tours in Strasbourg (byke renting + géocaching) 31. Le Vaisseau in Strasbourg 32. Mémorial Alsace-Moselle in Schirmeck 33. European Center of Deported resistant – old concentration camp  Struthof  34. Museum of gingerbread and Alsatian folk art in Gertwiller  35. Würth Museum in Erstein 36. The Workshops of the Seigneurie in Andlau 37. The House of the Distiller in Châtenois  38. Eagles park in Kintzheim  39. Monkeys Mountain in Kintzheim  40. Castle of Haut-Koenigsbourg in Orschwiller 41. Cigoland in Sélestat 42. The bread House in Sélestat 43. The Humanist Library in  Sélestat 44. Tellure Silver Mine in  Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines 45. NaturOparC in Hunawihr 46. Castle of Hohlandsbourg  47. Museum of Wood and Heritage Trades in Labaroche 48. Toy Museum in Colmar 49. The Hansi Village and Museum in Colmar 50. Ecomusée d’Alsace in Ungersheim  51. Historial franco-allemand du Hartmannswillerkopf  52. Wesserling Park and textile Ecomuseum 53. Museum of wallpaper in Rixheim 54. Museum EDF Electropolis in Mulhouse 55. Mulhouse Zoological and Botanical Park 56. Firefighter Museum in  Vieux-Ferrette 57. Zoological and Botanical Garden in Mulhouse 58. Firefighters’ Museum in Vieux-Ferrette

Strasbourg: Alsace Traditional Villages Day Trip

6. Strasbourg: Alsace Traditional Villages Day Trip

The first stop after leaving Strasbourg is the city of Molsheim, famous as the home of Bugatti, among other things. You’ll explore the fortified old town of this ancient episcopal city, before going on to Rosheim, a village famous for its Romanesque church and old houses. After a visit to the village of Boersch and its famous 3 gates, head to Mont Sainte Odile and take in an exceptional panoramic view of the entire Alsace Plain. Your lunch break will be in Alsace’s second most visited city after Strasbourg: the cheerful city of Obernai. Take some time to explore this dynamic city and check out the local shops before setting off for the famous Château de Haut-Koenigsbourg in the early afternoon. Pass through many small towns and villages, all a delight to behold, before visiting the ancient castle fort built in the 12th century and thoroughly remodeled in the 15th century. It was a German imperial symbol during the reign of Wilhelm II. Head back to Strasbourg at the end of the afternoon, after a thrilling day spent discovering the very heart of Alsace.

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What people are saying about Alsace

A day at the top. It is a summary of the main places to visit. The driver is pleasant, gives good advice for the various stops made. I really recommend this tour of Alsace.

Excellent trip, very well organised. Well looked after by our guide Henri. Would recommend

Trully amazing! Henri is a great guide. I would totally recomend this tour

Great experience, the staff are lovely and the chocolate delicious!!!

Was very cool, interesting to learn and discover a lot