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Office de Tourisme de Colmar et sa région

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Alsace Wine Route Small Group Half-Day Tour with Tasting from Strasbourg
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Alsace Wine Route Small Group Half-Day Tour with Tasting from Strasbourg

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Travel with a guide along the Alsace Wine Route during this half-day wine tour from Strasbourg. Board your minivan with a small group capped at eight passengers, and be introduced to the world-renowned wine region. Stop at two picturesque Alsatian towns where you’ll enjoy tastings of celebrated white wines like riesling and gewürztraminer.
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Thomas V wrote a review Aug 2020
Oakland, California9,939 contributions1,857 helpful votes
This is a good place to start your visit. Collect some maps and information of places to stay and places to see. Very helpful staff with some English spoken.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Strider2030 wrote a review Sep 2019
Reston, Virginia69 contributions8 helpful votes
They were helpful and spoke far better English than our French! The line looked long when we entered but it moved along quickly.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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simpletravels13 wrote a review Aug 2019
Singapore46 contributions76 helpful votes
The staff was so helpful in sharing the bus schedules and giving advice on finding car rentals. Take a copy of the bus schedules of the villages you plan to visit! They were also able to give helpful advice on visiting the other villages. Clean tioilets available at the tourism center! My friend and I weren't sure of whether to drive or not but we were keen to visit the famous villages of Alsace. In the end, we succeeded in visiting 4 villages (Eguishiem, Riquewihr, Ribeauville and Kayserberg) over just 2 days entirely using the bus service! Our hotel was near the Gare de Colmar so that was often our starting point for boarding the buses. Do take note that at the Gare there are quite a lot of different bus-stops so give yourself adequate buffer time to search for the right bus-stop where your bus is to be found. To Eguishiem we took line 208 from the Gare and it brought us nicely to the Eguishiem village in about 20min. The buses start leaving Colmar Gare at 12pm plus but there is a huge time gap to the next timing (4.30pm, 5.40pm, 6.25pm). We took the 1st bus out from 12.06pm from the Gare and reached Eguishiem at 12.45pm. We then took the last bus out from Eguishiem back to Colmar (5.10pm and back at Colmar at 5.45pm). For some reason the bus-driver didn't collect the fare from us so it was a free ride :) To Riquewihr and Ribeauville it was easier as the bus interval starts much earlier at 7am. The bus frequency is also better (7am, 7.40am, 11.10am, 12.10am etc) but please check the latest schedule as it changes according to the season. We took the 7.40am bus from the Gare and reached Riquewihr at 8.10am. We then took our time to explore Riquewihr and then took the 11.40am bus from Riquewihr to go to Ribeauville where we arrived at 11.53am. We stayed at Ribeauville and took the 1pm bus back to Colmar, arriving at 1.55pm. The bus ticket cos 14euros for 2 of us. We went back to our hotel to shower and rest for a bit before taking the afternoon bus to Kayserberg at 4.10pm at the Gare. We reached Kayserberg at 4.35pm and explored the area, including climbing up the Chateau de Kayserberg (or Schlossberg castle) and took the 6.10pm bus back to reach Colmar at 7.05pm. The bus ticket cos 12euros for 2 of us.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Suzimac2510 wrote a review Aug 2019
Melbourne, Australia105 contributions50 helpful votes
Definitely a good starting point to get information in all languages about the area. The staff member who assisted us spoke English and was really helpful with various information booklets to help us with our time in Colmar.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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RCSColumbus wrote a review Jul 2019
Columbus, Ohio623 contributions173 helpful votes
This is a very large and helpful tourist office. Unfortunately for us, we parked on the southeast side of Old Town and it was quite a walk to get there. Directional signs to it were not well-placed along the way, either. Nevertheless, the staff are helpful, there are clean WCs, and many brochures about attractions in the city and surrounding area. My advice is to park your car on the north side of Old Town, in lots such as Parking Mairie or Parking Scheurer Kestner, then stop at the Tourist Office first before venturing into Old Town.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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