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Among the endless rows of vineyards, Alsace-Lorraine amazes travelers with its unmistakable characteristics.

Many villages with half-timbered houses, in soft pastel colors and covered with flowering geraniums, the storks’ nests on the roofs of the buildings, the cities rich in art and history.

Villages and hamlets that seem to come straight out of a book of fairy tales, medieval castles and fortresses perched on the mountains, green valleys as far as the eye can see, vineyards that produce the finest wines in the world.

No, it is not a dream, but it is the extraordinary landscape of Alsace, wheelchair accessible tours one of the smallest regions of France capable of making unforgettable travel experiences.

Alsace is located in the North-Eastern corner of France, on the border with Germany and Switzerland, with which it mixes its cultural, linguistic and gastronomic identity, creating a unique and varied territory.

In fact, this region was disputed for centuries by France and Germany, becoming officially French only in 1919 with the Treaty of Versailles after the First World War.

However, the double soul of the region can still be found today, especially in the names of the towns, in the architecture, and in the gastronomy.

Alsace wheelchair accessible tours is full of things to see, activities to do, and little gems just waiting to be discovered.

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We are providing a safe and a full accessible tours around previewed accessible itineraries. Disabled friendly accessible services includes professional guided tours and cruise shore excursions.

Visit this rich and fascinating land with an exclusive private Alsace wheelchair accessible tours with adapted van transportation specifically designed for wheelchair users tourists combined an holiday to across France.

Touring Alsace

Strasbourg is the capital of the region, and home to some important European institutions.

Its historic centre, the Grande Ile, is easily explored on wheelchair.

Colmar, the Little Venice of Alsace, so nicknamed because of the numerous waterways that flow through the city centre.

Colmar is the birthplace of the sculptor of the Statue of Liberty, Auguste Bartholdi, and which erected a reproduction of the famous monument in his honor in the middle of a roundabout!

Stroll through the medieval and flowery streets of Eguisheim.

Five villages in the Kaysersberg Valley are located on the wine route: Ammerschwihr, Katzenthal, Kaysersberg, Kientzheim and Sigolsheim.

Meet the winemakers to learn about their know-how and open a bottle for the occasion.

Discover the rich heritage of Riquewihr, visiting a glass factory and discover the key stages of the production of artisan glass.

Meet the 500 inhabitants of Hunawihr and discover its beautiful fortified church.

Blue, yellow or green: the facades and shutters of wine houses.

These are the reasons why Hunawihr has its place in this list of the 12 most beautiful villages in Alsace.

Obernai is a magnificent verdant location.

Surrounded by the Vosges, vineyards and cabbage fields for Sauerkraut!

Climbing the hill just outside Obernai to the top, you will find the Abbey of Mont Sainte-Odile in front of you, which watches over the expanses of vineyards and the villages scattered throughout the rural Alsatian landscape.

Food & Wine Experiences

The local cuisine is a bridge between French and German traditions.

It perfectly combines the elegant flavors of France and the more full-bodied ones of Germany.

The main ingredients are very simple: potatoes, eggs and cabbage are reworked in exquisite recipes, sometimes enhanced by the presence of foie gras.

The most commonly used meat, on the other hand, is pork.

Strasbourg is well known for its four and five star restaurants, but also the typical Alsatian taverns are very warm and welcoming places where you can eat typical local dishes.

The best places to taste Alsatian delicacies are certainly Bierstubs and Winstubs, typical breweries and restaurants where you can savor a warm and characteristic atmosphere.

They often offer set menus and the opportunity to try all the specialties of the area.

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