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by James Rawa (subscribe)
James is a charming person, and his heart's desire is travelling around the world.
Published October 26th 2017
Alsace is a food and wine city. The Alsace region is filled with romantic flower-decorated towns, half-timbered houses and nature experiences in the woods, along Rhine river and Vosges. There are big cities like Strasbourg and Colmar, which offer international atmosphere.

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Alsace, France, Photo by James Rawa


The region is the smallest in France and is strongly influenced by being part of Germany and France.

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Alsace, France, Photo by James Rawa


Alsace has incredibly much to offer to each and everyone visiting France. There is an open-air experience for a visitor to taste the history of Alsace region. There is a host of exciting museums and parks whereby visitors may visit to see wonders of this city. In Mulhouse museum, there are world's largest collection of veteran cars and country's largest train museum.

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Alsace, France, Photo by James Rawa

Alsace is a melting pot of attractive experiences and one of the most popular regions among Scandinavians. One of the reasons is the short distance which makes it easy to visit attractions around the city.

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Alsace, France, Photo by James Rawa


The capital of Alsace is Strasbourg, which houses many international institutions and embraces an international atmosphere.The city is in North borders - near Germany, This is a historical city centre that is easiest to get around on foot or by bike.

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Alsace, France, Photo by James Rawa


France's tallest church tower is found in the majestic cathedral of Notre Dame, which proudly boasts the city's landmark.
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Why? Alsace is a food and wine city
When: Every day
Phone: 33 (0)3 89 29 81 33
Where: Alsace, France
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