Christmas market in Alsace

Christmas market in Alsace 3 nights

Tour overview

Day 1

Your region, Mulhouse

Enter the magic of Christmas in Alsace! Mulhouse, the Cité du Bollwerk is adorned with its finest assets to welcome you in the tradition and authenticity of its Christmas markets. The smell of bredala and mulled wine spreads through the alleys of the old town. Many events around textiles are celebrated because Mulhouse is the city of fabrics, fashion designers and jewelry. Since its creation 29 years ago, the Mulhouse Christmas market has added real originality to authenticity and tradition by promoting its industrial epic. Dinner and night 4 * hotel Mulhouse

Day 2

Strasbourg: the Christmas market that makes Europe dream

For 400 years the Christmas market in Strasbourg has been wearing its best festive clothes to offer us, from November 27, a magical and warm holiday. Before reaching the capital, you will visit the medieval village of Obernai and a factory of mannel and gingerbread. On Place Kléber stands the majestic Christmas tree. His star sparkles with all its lights. Sublime illuminations embellish the Cathedral Spire and the Kammerzel house, the main attractions of the Alsatian capital. Stroll from the cathedral square to the Gutenberg place without forgetting the Christmas market of the Magi kings on Place Benjamin Zix and kristkindelmarkt of Place Broglie. You will taste with pleasure the mulled wine with sweet spices, the soft mannele or even crunchy bredeles. It is the Mecca of gluttony. We buy gingerbread, honey, barley sugar, love apples. We find everywhere, against the background of bells, the scent of hot chestnuts, spices, and melted sugar. You will embark on a cruise to la petite France , the former district of millers and tanners. Its half-timbered houses on the quays give it a romantic and intimate atmosphere. Return to your hotel for dinner and overnight

Day 3

Mulhouse, Kaysersberg

Breakfast- Visit of the “Schlumpf museum” where more than 500 cars are exhibited: Bugatti, Rolls Royce, Ferrari radiate all their beauty. These gems will not leave anyone indifferent ... even the ladies. Before reaching the charming village of Kaysersberg you will discover the hills of Riesling and Gewurztraminer which surround the village. Kaysersberg is nicknamed the hill of the Emperors. This medieval village on the wine route shares its grand cru "Schlossberg" with Kientzeim. Many tasting of regional wines are offered. Walk through the flowery alleys and the houses with beautiful half-timbered facades. Discovery of the former Franciscan convent, the Church of the Holy Cross, the town hall, the ruins of Kaysersberg Castle and the birthplace of Doctor Schweizer.

Day 4

Return to your region

After breakfast, ckeck-out and end of our services.

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