Alsace Holiday rentals in Alsace
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It may be small, but it's as diverse as it gets! Alsace has a rich historical heritage and a wide range of leisure activities, so boredom won't set in while you're on holiday here. You'll also love the Alsace region's varied landscapes. From its natural parks to historic towns, this region boasts some incredible scenery.
Alsace: a surprise-packed holiday in the Alsace region
This region lies at the very heart of Europe, bordering Germany and Switzerland. It's divided into two departments (Bas-Rhin and Haut-Rhin), and each one has superb sites and activities.
Strasbourg is the region's most popular city, and it's easy to see why! The Alsatian capital is a classified UNESCO World Heritage Site, packed with must-see sites. Notre Dame Cathedral is Strasbourg's crowning glory and is a whopping 142 metres high. This magnificent cathedral overlooks the entire Alsace plain. You'll be amazed by its pink sandstone facade and the numerous figures that recount the region's history!
And there are plenty of other monuments and sites to explore during your stay: the cathedral district with its narrow streets, the famous Maison Kammerzell at the foot of the cathedral, the Palais Rohan, the Neue Bau and Saint-Pierre-Le-Jeune, one of Strasbourg's most beautiful churches. Head to the city centre and stroll around the Petite France district, Strasbourg's most picturesque neighbourhood where fishermen, millers and tanners once lived. Admire its atypical architecture which dates back to the 16th century.
Take a tour of Colmar, at the foot of the Vosges mountains, and learn more about its rich, varied architectural heritage. Enjoy a stroll around Little Venice and the town centre's covered market. Further afield, you'll find plenty of fairytale Alsace towns. Head to the small towns of Kayserberg, Eguisheim, Riquewihr and the communes of Wissembourg and Cleebourg to the north of Strasbourg. You'll find some of the most beautiful towns in France, home to a unique architectural heritage.
The Alsace region has a wide range of activities for everyone
If you didn't already know, the Alsace region is France's No.1 cycling destination, which is no mean feat! The region has cycle paths suited to all levels, so you can explore the region in an original way and from a different perspective. For example, you can take the circuit that starts in Strasbourg and cycle through the Bruche canals before arriving in Colmar and exploring Alsace's magnificent vineyards. And there are plenty of other circuits to choose from!
Alsace is also home to some of France's most famous vineyards. Follow the Alsace wine route and stop off at the region's vineyards. You'll pass through typical Alsatian towns and get to meet master winegrowers who offer superb wine tastings - time to give your palate a treat!
Alsace is home to numerous castles and fortified towns making it an ideal destination for history fans. Wherever you are in the region, you'll find traces of Alsace's medieval past. The region's best-known châteaux include Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle, Loeweinstein Castle, Hohenbourg Castle and the ruins of Wasigenstein Castle. Tour these historic stone châteaux and plunge yourself into Alsace's folktales and legends!
Are you a foodie? This region is a gastronomic dream! Alsace has something for every culinary taste, with a wide variety of local specialities! Don't leave the region without sampling the tartes flambées, choucroute garnie, bretzels and kougelhopf - it would be a real shame to miss out! You'll find plenty of restaurants that serve tradtional menus. Stop off at Restaurant La Corde à Linge, Le Fossile or Le Cerf D'or in Strasbourg and enjoy dishes you won't find anywhere else.
If you're on a family holiday you'll find lots to do in the area. Visit the Petit Prince theme park in Ungershein and Mulhouse's Zoological and Botanical Park. Little ones will love the Parc de Wesserling in Husseren-Wesserling or the Vaisseau in Strasbourg where they can let their imaginations run wild!
Fancy a city break in the Alsace region? No problem! Enjoy a weekend getaway in Sélestat, Strasbourg or Colmar. These towns are perfect for exploring by public transport over the course a weekend, and will give you a real taste of Alsace.
Whatever you want to do or however long you plan to stay, Alsace is the ideal destination to get away from it all!
Strasbourg: your holiday rental in the heart of the city
If you're planning to spend a weekend in Strasbourg, so you can explore the city and its surroundings, then the Apart Hôtel Strasbourg Wilson is the perfect base. Located in the heart of Strasbourg city centre, this residence is the ideal set-off point to visit the city! You'll be a stone's throw from public transport and the city's main landmarks. The modern studios and flats sleep up to 4 people and have all the mod-cons you need for a fantastic stay.