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Christmas Markets 2022 in Alsace

Laterale Residences welcomes you in the heart of the marvelous Christmas Markets which make the reputation of the most beautiful villages of the Wine Road.
Some tips to enjoy the main markets, information and pictures to make you want to discover them.

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Knepfelfacht

Riquewihr – Saturday June 11 – Sunday June 12, 2022
Taste the various Knepfle-based dishes on offer and delight your taste buds for a weekend! Various activities are organized to put this typical dish in the spotlight: tasting, sale, competition for the best Knepfel…

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Gourmet Walks

The “Marche Gourmande” is a walk in the open air, in the forest, in the vineyard, punctuated by many gourmet stops to taste local products: aperitif, starter, main course, dessert, coffee… accompanied by wines in harmony… Departures are in small groups from mid-morning. You need to book well in advance as places fill up quickly.
Here are the dates of some “Gourmet Marches” of the Wine Route…

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Venetian Parade

Riquewihr – Saturday July 2 and Sunday July 3, 2022.

The Riquewihr Venetian Carnival will take you on a journey through beautiful Venice, with its costumes straight out of a fairy tale. The Venetian Parade awaits you at the end of June, with its share of entertainment and parades.

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Flower Corso

Sélestat – Saturday 13 & Sunday 14 August 2022.
After a 2-year hiatus, the Corso Fleuri, which is celebrating its 93rd anniversary, is making a comeback in 2022.
With its twelve flowery floats, this flagship event of the City of Sélestat will take you on a walk combining nature and nods to Europe, the theme of the City for this year 2022. From Nordic forests to European legends, customs and traditions, the public will be led to let themselves be carried away on this colorful journey.

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Pfifferdaj

Ribeauvillé – Sunday, September 4, 2022
The Fête des Ménétiers is the oldest festival in Alsace. It has managed to preserve the traditions, the costumes, the colors and the notoriety that hundreds of musicians and troubadours gave it from the 14th century. They then went to Ribeauvillé to celebrate their links with the lords of Ribeaupierre who protected them.