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Uncover the best of the Alsace region as you take a bike tour on the famous Route des Vins d’Alsace. Ride on the Alsatian wine road from Strasbourg to Colmar. Cycle across the romantic Rhine river. Pedal in the towering Vosges Mountains. Bike through quaint Alsatian villages on the Alsace wine route. Travel through France and Germany. Try the decadent cuisine of Alsace. And cycle past Alsatian vineyards & villages along the Alsace Wineroad cycle trail. Contact us today to join our unique bike tour in Alsace.
This morning, you arrive at the Strasbourg train station at 10AM. | From Strasbourg, your leaders drive you to Westhoffen, known as the centre of Alsace’s cherry- growing industry. | Eat delicious Alsatian food at a bierstub set at the foot of the Vosges foothills. | Begin your bicycle tour amongst cherry trees and head towards Obernai, known as the traditional seat of the Dukes of Alsace and whose history dates back to the 7th century. | End your first bicycle ride of the week at the Hotel du Parc. | Enjoy one of the many ranges of treatments available at the Hotel spa or plunge head first into the water. | Tonight, eat dinner at an acclaimed restaurant just minutes from your hotel. | Set out for the town of Ottrot, known for its signature red wine. | From there, admire the Mont Sainte-Odile, known for its convent dating back to the 8th century. | Travel to Rosheim, known for its beautiful 12th century church. | Later that day, meet with a winemaker before drinking delicious Alsatian wines such as sylvaner, riesling and gewürztraminer, aged in authentic oak barrels. | Before dinner, tour Obernai’s charming cobblestone streets. | Tonight, you have the opportunity to try Alsatian cuisine on your own.
Hotel du Parc
Obernai | 4-star hotel
The Hotel du Parc features cosy bedrooms and some exceptional relaxation facilities including 2 pools and an enchanting spa.
Head out on the Alsatian wine route, known for its groundbreaking vintages. | Travel through famous Alsatian villages. | Travel to the town of Ribeauville, a fortified town known for its majestic Gothic churches, half-timbered homes and ancient walls. | From Saint Hippolyte, set out on a loop ride to the Chateau du Haut-Koenigsbourg, a 12th century fortress. | Later on, experience the otherworldly feel of Riquewihr, a village that hasn’t changed since the 16th century. | The day comes to an end in Kaysersberg, a village that was once the border with Germany. | Tonight, delicious Alsatian cuisine awaits at the hotel restaurant.
Kaysersberg | 5-star hotel
Dating back to the 19th century, Le Chambard is situated in Kaysersberg, amid half-timbered houses and vineyards.
This morning, head towards Eguisheim, widely considered to be one of the most beautiful villages in France. | As you wander through narrow cobblestone streets admire its half-timbered houses with window boxes of Geranium. | In town, drink a variety of Alsatian wines and crémant (a sparkling wine) at a family-owned winery. | On two wheels, explore the village of Turckheim, known for the gate of France, an historic door. | Continue cycling heading towards Ilhausern, a 15th century village. | End the day at the 5-star hotel des Berges. | For your last day of cycling, head towards the Rhine river before entering Germany. | Travel to the Kaiserstuhl a famous wine region in southern Germany. | Celebrate the end of your cycling vacation with a 2 Michelin star dinner. | On the morning of day 6, drive to Colmar’s historic quarter. | On the morning of day 6, your tour leaders drive you to Colmar. | Stroll through the historic quarter of Colmar before heading back home.
Hotel des Berges
Illhaeusern | 5-star hotel
This 5 star luxury hotel is set behind Marc Haeberlin’s Auberge de l’Ill Michelin-starred restaurant and along the river Ill.
The earlier you start planning your trip, the lower the price and the more scheduled dates to choose from.
Get together with your traveling companions and share a great DIGnGO adventure. You can take over any of our guided tours and make it your own private cycling tour. If your departure date is not available, we’ll set a date for you, your family, and friends. Call us at 888-883-7948 to start planning your trip.
We’ll make it happen! Tell us what your ideal cycling experience would be and we’ll work closely with you to put it together. Our travel agents will arrange a bike trip that fits your needs, interests, schedule and budget. Call us at 888-883-7948 to speak with a custom tour manager.
What a cycling vacation—great fun and new experience for us. We depended on DIGnGO for help and instructions but more important for our great guides. Always there, always smiling and keeping us going. Thank you.
We had an outstanding bicycle trip due mainly to your efforts. Thank you for all your hard work! We had a lot of fun.
Thank you for a great bike tour. You made this week extremely enjoyable.
We would like to thank you for the wonderful bicycle vacation you provided us. We have to say, this bicycle trip in Alsace was certainly the most relaxing one we have even been on before. We appreciated your attention to detail courtesies & helpfulness. We hope to do a few more tours with your company.
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