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Hotel and restaurant À La Cour d'Alsace in Obernai

Explore Alsace’s towns and villages

Medieval town with ramparts which date back to the 12th and 13th centuries. Travel back in time in a town voted as one of France’s “most beautiful detours”.

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European capital known for the Notre Dame cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Petite France area, the canals, the European institutions and more. Walk or cycle around the city at any time of year.

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You’ll love this Alsatian jewel with its half-timbered houses, its canals and its gourmet cuisine. Between the Vosges and the Rhine, the city is also the wine-growing capital of Alsace. 

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Explore the Wine Route

Discover 170 km of roads and trails as you explore the region’s incredible vineyards, meet men and women with a long, proud history of wine-making and taste some of the region’s typical grape varieties in Alsace’s wine cellars.

Choose from 70 wine-growing villages, including walled settlements: Eguisheim, Kaysersberg, Ribeauvillé, Riquewihr, Andlau and Obernai.

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Hiking in Alsace

Whether you’re travelling on foot, by bike or on horseback, Alsace is the perfect place to explore for anyone who loves wild landscapes, picturesque villages with bell towers, blooming geranium plants in summer and the incredible colours of vineyards as they change with the seasons.

In the winter, enjoy cross-country skiing, downhill skiing and snow-shoeing in Le Champ du Feu, just 30 minutes from the hotel.

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Alsace is home to many theme parks and family-friendly attractions

Europa Park - just 50 minutes from the A La Cour d’Alsace hotel, the biggest theme park in Germany.

The Montagne des Singes Monkey Park - just 25 minutes from the A La Cour d’Alsace hotel, home to 200 macaques which live as if in the wild in a 24-hectare forest.

The Volerie des Aigles Eagle Park - See some of the biggest and most beautiful birds of prey in the world.

Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle - The most famous castle in Alsace. 

Parc du Petit Prince - More than just a theme park, it’s an immersive experience to learn more about Saint-Exupéry’s hero.


Unterlinden Museum in Colmar - Superb fine art museum in a former convent dating back to the 13th century, featuring the famous Isenheim altarpiece, a major historical work of art.

Unterlinden Museum in Strasbourg - A museum of art and popular traditions, focusing on the 17th to the 20th centuries.

Alsace Ecomuseum in Ungersheim - An open-air museum on Alsace.

Automobile Museum in Mulhouse - The largest collection of cars in the world.

Cité du train in Mulhouse - The largest railway museum in Europe.

Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain de Strasbourg

Alsace-Moselle Memorial in Schirmeck - The Second World War in Alsace and Moselle.

Les Ateliers de la Seigneurie - Cultural heritage centre in Andlau

Lalique Museum in Wingen-sur-Moder - Unique expertise.

Tomi Ungerer Museum - International illustration museum in Strasbourg.

Christmas in Alsace

An unmissable event, held during Advent.

Towns and villages are beautifully lit up, houses are decorated and Christmas markets, with their mulled wine and hand-made creations, create a truly unique atmosphere. 

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