Places of Interest
The details below are intended as a general guide only. For specific tour details, first check Availability and then follow the link from the Tour Description.
Alsace Wine Route
The Comité Interprofessionnel des Vins d’Alsace is a trade association for Alsace wines. For details about tours of some of the world’s most famous wine-farming estates see:
is an attractive spa town in the foothills of the Black Forest. Sophisticated yet relaxed, it offers a ‘belle epoque’ townscape of affluent villas, smart hotels, tree lined avenues and chic boutiques.
is one of Europe’s most attractive cities; its entire centre is listed as World Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO thanks to the richness of its architectural heritage, such as the stunning Cathedral of Notre Dame and the 15th century Kammerzell merchant’s house.
Southern Black Forest
Explore picturesque Triberg, which lies at the heart of the Black Forest and is renowned for its cuckoo clocks and waterfalls. Then on to Titisee, with its stunning lakeside setting and mountain backdrop, then round off the day with a visit to the city of Freiburg, with its numerous interesting buildings and elaborately decorated alleyways.
is a historical city which lies at the mouth of the Schutter Valley, in one of the most beautiful regions of Baden-Württemberg. Surrounded by colourful vineyards, the city boasts several interesting buildings, including the Stork Tower, a former 19th century prison and the beautifully decorated 17th century Old City Hall.
the Germanic region of France, lies on the west bank of the river Rhine, between the Rhine and the Vosges mountains. To the north and east it shares a border with Germany, to the south with German-speaking Switzerland and to the west with Lorraine and Franche Comté. This beautiful region boasts opportunities to follow gentle and scenic paths through the stunning wine-producing Alsatian hills, visiting Colmar and Strasbourg en route.