Discover Alsace, a region of many attractions

Although Alsace is one of France’s smallest regions, it’s packed with varied landscapes, offering visitors a multitude of exciting experiences and activities to discover.


The iconic city of Strasbourg is renowned for its Christmas market and much more. Explore its local gastronomy with specialties such as sauerkraut, flammekueche and kougelhopf. The city center, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is packed with architectural treasures, including Petite France, the Cathedral, Place de la République and the Krutenau district.

The Hotel Orangerie is located in Strasbourg’s European Quarter – Orangerie, 700 meters from the European institutions and the magnificent Jardin de l’Orangerie with its varied attractions. The 60-hectare grounds invite you to relax, and include green spaces with flowers and majestic trees, the Josephine Pavilion, canoeing, children’s play areas and a stork park.

From the hotel, you can easily reach many of the sights on foot or by streetcar.

Our suggestions for activities and visits

The Wine Route

Follow this picturesque route through Alsace’s vineyards, discovering a wealth of terroirs and landscapes. Don’t miss the famous Château du Haut-Koenigsbourg, with its breathtaking views over the Alsace plain.

Our suggestions for activities and visits

Colmar and its typical villages

The capital of Alsace’s vineyards, Colmar’s picturesque historic center and its Little Venice district are sure to please. Explore its renowned museums, including the Musée d’Unterlinden, home to artistic treasures such as the Issenheim Altarpiece.

And explore Alsace’s picturesque villages, such as Riquewihr, Ribeauvillé and Eguisheim, steeped in the region’s winegrowing history.

Our suggestions for activities and visits

Mulhouse and its museums

Discover the unspoilt charm of Mulhouse, with its pedestrianized city center and remarkably well-preserved industrial heritage.
Visit its internationally renowned museums and its zoological and botanical park.

Hautes-Vosges Nature Park

In the south of Alsace, the Parc Naturel des Hautes-Vosges offers breathtaking scenery, perfect for hiking in summer and skiing in winter.
Take the Route des Crêtes for an unforgettable panoramic experience.