Alsace is a peaceful and prosperous wine region. Here are four castles that punctuate a storybook landscape of forests, vineyards and well-preserved houses.
Seeing the vineyards and tasting wine where it's made gives you a deeper connection to it. In Colmar, we had great fun learning about Alsatian wines.
With its fairy-tale landscapes, half-timbered towns, crumbling castles and fine wines and cuisine, Alsace, France, is a lovely region to visit.
On this trip to Alsace, our writer explored the picturesque Route des Vins, which winds through the Vosges Mountains. He found two hideaways to recommend there.
Michelin stars twinkle all up and down the Route des Vins, the picturesque road linking a series of wine towns. Here are seven restaurants we recommend.
the Unterlinden Museum has become one of the top attractions in Alsace. It is small, set in historic buildings and has a superb collection of art.
Alsace is one of the most beautiful wine regions in the world. We visited seven wineries there, each of which has something unique to offer the oenophile.
The charming Musee Alsacien is highly recommended for a fascinating introduction to the complex history of Alsace.
Simultaneously grand and intimate, Strasbourg is one of Europe's most appealing cities.
Winstubs are cozy pub-like places beloved by Alsatians for their traditional comfort dishes and the local wines they pour by the glass, carafe or bottle.
Though Alsace, France's northeasternmost province, is delightful year-round, there's no better time to discover its cities than December, when many are animated by marches de Noel, monthlong open-air Christmas markets.