alsace: land of tradition and gastronomy (port-to-port cruise)
locationStrasbourg - Breisach - Eguisheim - Riquewihr - Ribeauvillé - Strasbourg
Alsace: land of tradition and gastronomy (port-to-port cruise)
Alsace: land of tradition and gastronomy (port-to-port cruise)
Alsace: land of tradition and gastronomy (port-to-port cruise)
Alsace: land of tradition and gastronomy (port-to-port cruise)
Alsace: land of tradition and gastronomy (port-to-port cruise)
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Duration
5 days
Trip code
SBS_PP
Operator
CroisiEurope Cruises

Overview

Discover Alsace, the land of tradition and gastronomy, located in the heart of Europe. As the region dons its autumn colours, cruise the Alsace region with this itinerary and visit the must-see places of this charming region while discovering its gastronomic specialties and famous wines. Visit Strasbourg and its Gothic cathedral, Colmar and its little Venice with the charm of half-timbered houses, follow the wine route and discover villages and towns full of character.

Highlights

  • EXCURSIONS INCLUDED Eguisheim, listed as one of the most beautiful villages in France The Alsatian Wine Route
  • Eguisheim, listed as one of the most beautiful villages in France
  • The Alsatian Wine Route
  • Discover Alsace, an authentic and gourmet region
  • All meals included - DRINKS INCLUDED with meals and at the bar
  • Refined French cuisine - Gala dinner and evening - Welcome cocktail
  • Free Wi-Fi onboard
  • Headsets are included for excursions
  • Official welcome from the captain and crew
  • Onboard activities
  • Travel assistance and repatriation insurance
  • All port fees included

What's Included



    Itinerary



    Shore Excursions

    Packack
    excursions - 2024

    Boarding a glass-covered boat, our tour will take us to the Petite France District. This is a famous quarter beloved by its citizens thanks to its canals, charming colorful half-timbered houses and its narrow alleyways. We will glide past the Tanners Quarter, the Covered Bridges (Ponts Couverts) and the Panoramic Terrace on the Vauban Dam. The cruise continues through the German Quarter. Following the French defeat in 1870, Germany planned to make Strasbourg the capital of the Reichsland or Imperial Territory of Alsace-Lorraine. This district, referred to as the "new town", represented a new form of urban planning, featuring wide roads, monumental administrative and cultural buildings, and luxurious private homes. Landscaping also played a key role in this impressive urban planning scheme. Then, we'll get a chance to admire the link between Strasbourg and Europe through the European Parliament Building, completed in 1999, which was designed to host monthly sessions of the European Parliament. The architecture of the building is based on a combination of circles and ellipses, with the building laid out and organized into several clearly identified areas. Finally, we'll see the Human Rights Building where the European Court of Human Rights is located.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • Mind the gap when boarding the river boat.
    • Sturdy walking shoes are recommended.
    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    EXC_STRAS6

    Pre-paid: $84

    On-board: $93

    Packack
    excursions - 2025

    Boarding a glass-covered boat, our tour will take us to the Petite France District. This is a famous quarter beloved by its citizens thanks to its canals, charming colorful half-timbered houses and its narrow alleyways. We will glide past the Tanners Quarter, the Covered Bridges (Ponts Couverts) and the Panoramic Terrace on the Vauban Dam. The cruise continues through the German Quarter. Following the French defeat in 1870, Germany planned to make Strasbourg the capital of the Reichsland or Imperial Territory of Alsace-Lorraine. This district, referred to as the "new town", represented a new form of urban planning, featuring wide roads, monumental administrative and cultural buildings, and luxurious private homes. Landscaping also played a key role in this impressive urban planning scheme. Then, we'll get a chance to admire the link between Strasbourg and Europe through the European Parliament Building, completed in 1999, which was designed to host monthly sessions of the European Parliament. The architecture of the building is based on a combination of circles and ellipses, with the building laid out and organized into several clearly identified areas. Finally, we'll see the Human Rights Building where the European Court of Human Rights is located.

    PLEASE NOTE

    • Mind the gap when boarding the river boat.
    • Sturdy walking shoes are recommended.
    • The order of the visits can change.
    • Times are approximate.
    EXC_STRAS6

    Pre-paid: $93

    On-board: $104



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