Alsace Route du Vin

Nestled between the Vosges Mountains in France and the Rhine River, Alsace offers diverse pleasures issued from its French and German cultural heritage. Well tended vineyards, hills surmounted by fortress castles, woodlands and lakes shape the Alsatian landscape. Wending your way through country lanes you will delight at the sight of storybook villages, their half-timbered houses decked in colorful geraniums. Sample Alsace’s superb gastronomy uniquely derived from both its French and German culture. Here is where you will find the most Michelin star restaurants in all of France. Alsace is also renowned for its sweet variety wines such as Riesling and Gewurztraminer.
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Burgundy Discovery Bike Tours

Picture gentle rolling farmlands, quaint medieval villages surrounded by world renowned vineyards, glorious castles and Romanesque churches and abbeys. Add to this, a rich gastronomy and you're in heaven. This is Burgundy, a land rich in history, traditions and savoir vivre. What better way to discover it than by cycling its gentle countryside, stopping along the way to sample its famous regional dishes and wines.
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Burgundy Barge Cruise

Cruise in the heart of the famed Cote d'Or wine growing region on the Canal de Bourgogne and the Canal du Centre aboard the comfortable and tastefully appointed Esprit Barge. Meander leisurely along the canals and discover famous vineyards with renowned wine labels such as Meurseult, Puligny Montrachet, Gevrey Chambertin. Visit Dijon the historic capital of Burgundy and home of the mustard, and the picturesque wine town of Beaune. Enjoy the rich gastronomical Burgundian heritage with gourmet meals and delectable wines.
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Meander along the Upper Loire

This is a cruise on the six passengers Meanderer Barge in the Upper Loire region along the Canal de Briare or the Canal de Loing. You will enjoy a landscape of peaceful and rolling countryside known as the Garden of France and home to many royal castles.
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A Champagne Escapade

Explore the magical effervescence of Champagne and learn the secrets of the method Champenoise. Drive along the wine route that meanders through rolling vineyards, and villages, and towns rich in history. Visit Epernay and its miles of underground chalk cellars including those of world renowned Mercier and Moet & Chandon. Explore Reims and its beautiful gothic cathedral which saw the coronations of 30 kings of France.
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A Deluxe Champagne Cruise

This canal cruise along the Marne River will lead you right in the heart of the Champagne region, home to the most celebrated wine in the world aboard the luxurious and intimate Nenuphar barge with a capacity of only 12 passengers. In this cruise you will get insights in the making of the" Drink of Kings and discover a rich in history from Joan of Arc to the great World Wars. . Of course, there will be many opportunities to taste.
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Reims City Break

Reims has a prominent place in French history since the baptism of Clovis in 496 and the subsequent coronations of almost all the kings of France. Located northeast of Paris and only one our hour from the French Capital, Reims offers a wealth of cultural and gastronomical gems ľnotably its masterpiece gothic cathedral and its many champagne wine cellars.
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Strasbourg City Break

The capital of Alsace and the seat of the European Parliament, Strasbourg is worth a visit for the wealth of its cultural heritage and gastronomy that blends French and German characteristics. Thanks to the TGV high-speed train you can get to Strasbourg in just three hours. Explore its picturesque town center, which has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site and its centerpiece the beautiful Notre Dame Cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic architecture. Strasbourg is great to visit anytime of the year but especially during the joyful Christmas season where the traditional markets selling crafts and all kind and local delicacies are held all over town.
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