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Re: Strasbourg & Route Du Vin

PHeymont ·
We had a two-day flying visit to Strasbourg (pre-TGV) a few years ago and loved it...and now you've pushed it way high up the re-visit list! Thanks...
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Re: Strasbourg & Route Du Vin

Travel Rob ·
Wonderful photos and descriptions! I'll be adding Strasbourg to my travel list!
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Re: Strasbourg & Route Du Vin

DrFumblefinger ·
What a beautiful and great destination! I've also not visited it before but it's definitely on my radar. How much time would you recommend for a first time visit?
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Re: Strasbourg & Route Du Vin

HistoryDigger ·
DrFumblefinger— A few days could be enough in Strasbourg itself, but if you want to tour the vineyards, I'd stay a week in the area. You could stay two nights in Strasbourg and then a night or two in Riquewihr and beyond. And I'd suggest renting a car to go at your own pace. For my next trip, I will plan at least full week in the region because I want to stop at the vineyards and visit more of the museums. And don't forget Chateau Haut Koenigsburg.
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France redraws its regional map

PHeymont ·
Following a decision last year to simplify its administrative structure and save money on bureaucracy, France has drawn a new map, reducing its 22 regions to 13, and proposing new capitals for the 7 new merged regions. Six existing regions are...
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Strasbourg & Route Du Vin

HistoryDigger ·
My son, his girlfriend, and I spent four nights in lovely Strasbourg.     We picked a perfect apartment right on Quai St. Nicholas (5 minute walk into town), which you can check out on booking.com here . Our friendly hostess (who speaks...
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September 12, 2016. Route des Vins, France

George G. ·
A scenic moment along the roadside in Alsace's famous Wine Route.
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August 17, 2016: Colmar, France

George G. ·
George G shares a couple of great shots from Colmar, France. George and his wife loved escaping from the army base in Germany and heading to Alsace.
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Re: August 17, 2016: Colmar, France

TravelingCanuck ·
The Alsace region is a very beautiful area. We lived in Lahr in the late 80s and would go over there fairly regular. We loved going to Strasbourg for dinner and a movie at the only English language theatre in the area at the time. The country side was so lovely to just spend a day traveling around, exploring down all the secondary roads. Thanks for the memories.
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