Mulhouse – The City of the Train (Railway Museum)
The city of the train, formerly called the Railway Museum, is located in Mulhouse. This museum houses, in two large halls, a very fine collection devoted to the history of the railway. You will be able to discover locomotives and wagons from the 19th and 20th centuries, superbly staged.
A classic to discover, accessible to all audiences, simply curious or passionate about old locomotives.
The National Automobile Museum houses the finest automobile collection in the world, bringing together more than 500 exceptional cars. The famous Schlumpf collection of the Schlumpf brothers (560 automobiles from 98 different brands, pioneers in the history of the automobile, built between 1878 and 1918, 430 of which are classified as historical monuments, the largest collection of automobiles with an impressive collection of 14 Rolls Royce, and the largest Bugatti collection (more than 120) in the world. The museum, housed in a former textile spinning factory dating from 1880, covers more than 20,000 m2.
Riquewihr >>> Ferme Saint Alexis
A slightly sporty hike of 1h30 to reach the Ferme Saint Alexis, enjoy a breathtaking view and taste good traditional dishes…
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Zellenberg – Domaine EBLIN FUCHS
Resulting from the alliance of two families of winegrowers in 1956, the vineyard has been biodynamic since the 2000s, this work continues in the same spirit in the cellar.
Exclusively manual harvesting, pressing of whole grapes, fermentation by indigenous yeasts in oak barrels and a few months of rest on fine lees, ensure a production of natural stability and high quality.
Alsace is a region particularly favorable to hiking thanks to the many marked trails and the variety of landscapes: vineyards, crops, forests, pastures and high stubble. As Alsace has a rich and tormented past, to the pleasure of admiring the landscapes is added that of taking a trip into the past.
Where to rent electric bikes to discover the most famous wine route in France. Plan your trip with “ALsace à vélo” … Read the article to find out more…