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  • Strasbourg 3-Day City Pass: Boat Tour, Museums & More

    1. Strasbourg 3-Day City Pass: Boat Tour, Museums & More

    Get your own personal passport to Strasbourg with a 3-day Strasbourg Pass, and receive a fantastic little checkbook to help you visit more and spend less. Enjoy free services and numerous discounts to discover all the monuments and not-to-be-missed tourist sites at your own pace and in total freedom. Alone, on a romantic holiday, or traveling as a family, the Strasbourg Pass is your key to the city for 3 consecutive days. Free Offers: • Visit to one of the museums • Boat-tour through Strasbourg • Astronomical clock of the cathedral Half-Price Offers: • Visit to a second museum • Tour with the mini-train (April to October) • Guided visit (according to the programme) • Ascend to the cathedral platform • Visit to the Vaisseau • Audio-guided visit to the Cathedral and the old town And More... • 20% reduction on some goods in the shop • Ha...

    It's a good deal if you are a tourist and want to see all the sightseeing and tourist places.The boat trip was fantastic, free trasportation and the museums were great. Highly recommend!

  • 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 P...

  • Colmar: Chocolate Museum Entrance Ticket

    3. 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. Choc...

  • Pass-Alsace: The Best of Alsace in your Pocket

    4. 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 Haguen...

  • Alsace: Christmas Wine Tour with Wine Tasting

    5. Alsace: Christmas Wine Tour with Wine Tasting

    Experience and learn about Alsatian wines in a beautiful family winery through a guided wine tasting during the Christmas period. Discover all the different types of wine produced in this region with the help of an experienced sommelier. You can taste various wines made in this area, including sparkling wine, red wines, dry and sweet white wines, and even rosés. Enjoy the region's distinct flavors while learning about their history and how to pair them with various foods. Visit the winery cellar and see the barrels made in 1850 that are still in use today. Everything will be showed and explained to you, from the facts and figures of Alsatian wines to the secrets of winemaking to the region's history. You can ask as many questions as you want and delight in your senses of smell and taste. Enjoy a scenographic experience with a small documentary film on personal and rich family history ...

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What people are saying about Alsace

It was meant to be substitute for the planned vacation that we had to cancel due to Covid. Alright then - just for the feeling to have done SOMETHING - we thought. What an unexpected trip that was! What a wonderful time we had! What incredible sights we saw! It turned out to be the highlight of our entire year! The friendliness of the people flashed us completely. Everyone was so kind and helpful and not at all enervated about out humble attempts to produce some chunks of school French. We only met smiling faces. We had an enjoyable ride on the little train and also the very well organised and super informative boat trip. We climbed the overwhelming Münster right to the platform and had a marvellous view from there. But the most impressive experience was the Horologe, the Astronomic Clock. We couldn't believe our ears or eyes and still are flabberghasted about this unique masterpiece. We had excellent food AND serice at the Pont de St.Martin. A perfect stay in a wonderful town. Thanks

very rewarding visit with the help of the 3-day pass: bateaurama visit, Mr Schwilgué clock, climb to the top of the cathedral and the atmosphere in this city well served by trams and buses and suddenly: very little exhaust gas ( except those from sauerkraut ;-))

It's a good deal if you are a tourist and want to see all the sightseeing and tourist places.The boat trip was fantastic, free trasportation and the museums were great. Highly recommend!

The Strasbourg Pass is definitely worth it. You get a lot for little money. The boat trip is the highlight.

Also acts as a pass file in certain cases. Very practical