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  • Strasbourg: Euro Guided Tour by Segway

    1. Strasbourg: Euro Guided Tour by Segway

    Get a fabulous introduction to the part-time seat of the European Parliament on a 2-hour Segway tour of Strasbourg, and marvel at monuments from different eras in the city's history, including the European Union institutions of the Quartier Européen. Collect your Segway and helmet and head off through diverse neighborhoods, including the old quarter and city center. Glide over to "La Petite France" at the western end of the Grande Île. Here, you will find the historic heart of the city, where tanners, millers and fishermen lived in the Middle Ages. Hear fascinating stories about Strasbourg as you navigate your 2-wheel mode of transport while looking at many different architectural styles in the German district of Neustadt. Learn about the administrative buildings of the Quartier Européen, where institutions include the European Court of Human Rights building by Richard Rogers.

    Big on fun, slim on substance. A great adventure for someone who is looking to explore the city on a Segway but not a ton of history or facts about what your driving past.

  • Strasbourg: 1.5-Hour Guided Segway Tour

    2. Strasbourg: 1.5-Hour Guided Segway Tour

    Discover Strasbourg's biggest park and riverside trails on this fun and exciting Segway tour of one of France's most picturesque cities. Glide effortlessly along the riverside trail, through the parks and out to the Place Austerlitz on your Segway, discovering the best Strasbourg has to offer and enjoying the excitement of navigating your vehicle around the city streets. See the regal, charming Parc de l'Orangerie, Citadel Park and more - all without breaking a sweat!

    This tour was truly amazing. Even though I never stood on a segway before, it was very easy to get into it. And it made so much fun doing it! We were driving around the city, looking at monuments, getting some informations about them and just enjoyed the time. I can only recommend this tour, for anyone who wants to get to know Strasbourg and have fun doing it!

  • Alsace Half-Day Wine Tour from Strasbourg

    3. Alsace Half-Day Wine Tour from Strasbourg

    Head out on a half-day tour of the Alsace region and learn about this enchanting wine regions. Leaving Strasbourg, you will follow the wine route on the way to the town of Obernai. As you travel, your driver will tell you about the 7 different types of Alsace wines. Once in Obernai, take a guided walking tour of the winding streets, old houses with multicolored tiles, ensigns, and ramparts, and see the statue of St Odile, the patron saint of Alsace. Then stop at your first winery for a tasting session. Continue on to visit another winery in a typical Alsace caveau (a small wine cellar). Afterward, make your way back to Strasbourg, admiring the beautiful landscapes along the way.

    Our guide, Adrian, was knowledgeable and engaging. We learned a lot about the region and it’s history. In addition, he was funny and engaging. Most importantly, the wines and crémants were delicious and the wineries were unique in their own special ways. I highly recommend this tour.

  • Alsace: Full-Day Wine Tour & Tastings from Strasbourg

    4. Alsace: Full-Day Wine Tour & Tastings from Strasbourg

    Begin your full-day wine tour in the Mittelbergheim wine region, home to the Zotzenberg, Kastelberg, and Wiebelsberg Grand Crus. The soils here are particularly favorable for Riesling. Experience your first tasting with a selection that includes Pinot Blanc, Sylvaner, and Riesling. Continue on to the Dambach La Ville wine area. The village lies in the heart of the Alsace wine region and is home to the Grand Cru Frankstein. After some free time for lunch you’ll depart for the Ribeauvillé/Riquewihr wine area that is home to 5 Grand Crus appellations: Geisberg, Kirchberg, Osterberg, Schoenenbourg, and Sporen. Riesling is without a doubt the king of grapes in this area, but Pinot Gris, Muscat, and Gewürztraminer also produce some excellent area wines. Top wine growers include the Trimbach family that have been making wine since 1626 and the Hugel family, who started a bit later, in 1639. ...

    It is amazing tour and our guide Florance was extremely knowledgeable and gave us amazing experiance and facts during the tour.

  • Alsace Villages Wine Route Day Trip from Strasbourg

    5. Alsace Villages Wine Route Day Trip from Strasbourg

    Head south. Departing from Strasbourg, the first stop will be in Bergheim, a superb village on the wine route that contains many hidden wonders within its medieval walls. You will then have the opportunity to visit the charming town of Ribeauvillé, the ancient fief of the Lords of Ribeaupierre. History will call out to you on every one of its pedestrian streets.  After a visit to Hunawihr and a photo stop in front of its famous fountain, enjoy lunch in the village of Riquewihr, one of the best known in the region —  particularly renowned because of its idyllic location in the heart of the vineyard. The tour will continue to two villages that are equally famous for their historical character: Kaysersberg and Eguisheim. Wine-lovers especially will appreciate the next stop at the famous Belvédère Cattin, where you can take in a stunning panoramic view of the Alsace Plain with the Black Fo...

    Overall the tour covered similar village styles and the trip is too long timewise. The information given via audio system was detailed and helpful. However there was no water available. For a tour of 100 Euro per person , do believe a bottle of free water would be appreciated by the customers. Small thing but big impact.

  • Full-Day Highlights of the Alsace Tour: from Strasbourg

    6. Full-Day Highlights of the Alsace Tour: from Strasbourg

    You’ll depart Strasbourg in the morning and make your first stop on this day-long tour in Colmar. Discover the charm of the old town, and visit the Pfister house, the Koïfhus, St. Martin’s Collegiate Church, and the picturesque neighborhoods of Little Venice. Explore the lovely village of Eguisheim, surrounded by vineyards. Admire its narrow streets, and the half-timbered houses with their colorful flowers.  Continue on to the fortified town of Riquewirh. Surrounded by ramparts, the village has survived wars and remained intact. See its tiny streets, fortified walls, and 16th-century houses, admiring the architectural harmony. You’ll have free time to explore the town and have lunch. After lunch you’ll follow the scenic Alsace Wine Route. Situated between the Rhine valley and the Vosges mountain range, the 60-year-old route winds across hilly slopes for over 170 kilometers. ...

    I really looked forward to going on this tour even though it rained all day. Simon was a wonderful tour guide. He was knowledgeable, funny, and a lot of fun to walk with around on this tour all day. His knowledge of the area was tremendous. Loved seeing the older area of Colmar, and the little villages of Eguisheim and Requewihr-very charming. My Favorite thing was walking on the old cobblestone pathways in Eguisheim and seeing the beautifully preserved old homes/buildings and hearing the wine growing/producing history of the area. We ended the day at the old Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle where we walked among the ancient well preserved walls and learned of it's history. Overall, even with rain, the day was very worth every penny we spent. And again, Simon did a terrific job teaching us of the history of the area.

  • Alsace Medieval History Day Trip from Strasbourg

    7. 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 t...

    Honestly it is a well organized trip, with an amazing guide “Martin”, he is nice, attentive and giving clear instructions. The time given for each stop is sufficient. It is enjoyable tour in a comfortable couch and recommended way to visit the magical small villages of the Alsace.

  • Strasbourg: Black Forest and Baden Baden Day Trip

    8. Strasbourg: Black Forest and Baden Baden Day Trip

    Departing from the city of Strasbourg, take part in a shared small-group day trip that will take you to one of the most emblematic regions of Germany. After meeting with your English-speaking guide in a centrally located meeting point in Strasbourg, depart for the town of Baden-Baden. Cross the nearby border of France into Germany, leaving the Grand Est region and entering the state of Baden Württemberg. The Black Forest is a forested mountain range bordered by the Rhine Valley to both the west and south. The highest peak is the Feldberg with an elevation of 1,493 meters. The name Black Forest comes from the general dark color of the numerous pine trees that grow in this region, and both the Black Forest gateau and cuckoo clock originate from this region. You soon arrive to the town of Baden Baden, a city which has attracted royalty, the rich, and celebrities throughout centuries. Foll...

  • From Strasbourg: Alsace Traditional Villages Day Trip

    9. From 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 Germa...

    Martin was a brilliant guide...helpful, fun, professional and a wonderful repository of information. He had our day delightful

  • Frankfurt: Full-Day Baden-Baden and Strasbourg Trip

    10. Frankfurt: Full-Day Baden-Baden and Strasbourg Trip

    A longtime favorite with discerning travelers, Baden-Baden is an elegant spa town nestled among verdant hills. You can discover attractions such as its opulent casino with the help of an expert guide, before crossing the border to France to visit Strasbourg’s charming Old Town district, topped by its majestic cathedral. Grand palaces and luxurious villas stand proudly in the beautifully landscaped parks of Baden-Baden, as you stroll down noble avenues and learn why a sophisticated clientele has been coming here for centuries. See the famous Kurhaus (spa resort), and wander the lavish halls of the city’s famous casino. Should you choose to stay in Baden-Baden for a splash in the thermal pools or to try your luck at the roulette tables, you can later rejoin the tour group at a set time in the early evening. If you remain with the tour, you will continue onward for a scenic photo stop at ...

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Overall rating

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based on 81 reviews

This tour was truly amazing. Even though I never stood on a segway before, it was very easy to get into it. And it made so much fun doing it! We were driving around the city, looking at monuments, getting some informations about them and just enjoyed the time. I can only recommend this tour, for anyone who wants to get to know Strasbourg and have fun doing it!

Overall the tour covered similar village styles and the trip is too long timewise. The information given via audio system was detailed and helpful. However there was no water available. For a tour of 100 Euro per person , do believe a bottle of free water would be appreciated by the customers. Small thing but big impact.

Wonderful tour & excellent guide. It was a great trip, would highly recommend.

Kevin was a great guide. We thoroughly enjoyed our ride around Strasbourg.

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