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Come and travel the Alsace Wine Route

The Alsace Wine Route is within easy reach of the region’s big cities. Stretching over 170 km, you can travel the Wine Route in any number of ways - you choose the means of transport that suits you. And head off into a world of delightful scenery and bucolic stops !

By train

Running through the heart of the region, the Alsace Wine Route is easily accessible from Strasbourg, Colmar and Mulhouse. Thanks to a dense railway network, you can easily get to some of the loveliest places on the Wine Route:

  • From Strasbourg > Molsheim, Rosheim, Obernai and Barr (Strasbourg-Sélestat line)
  • From Sélestat > Dambach-la-Ville, Barr (Sélestat-Strasbourg line)
  • From Colmar > Turckheim (Colmar-Munster-Metzeral line)
  • From Mulhouse > Cernay, Thann (Mulhouse-Thann St-Jacques tram-train line)

By bus

No car ? Then hop a bus.

Choose your itinerary

Kut'Zig Alsace©Kutzig
©Kutzig

Hop on the Kutzig open shuttle bus

Treat yourself to an outing on the Alsace Wine Route ! Hop on and off as many times as you want for just €15 per person per day. The shuttles stops at: Colmar, Ribeauvillé, Hunawihr, Riquewihr, Kaysersberg Vignoble, Turckheim, Eguisheim and Vœgtlinshoffen.

Make the most of it

By car

Close to the motorways, the Alsace Wine Route is within reach whenever you feel like it ! Once you’re there, you’re on a 170-kilometre road to discovery. Soak up the very special beauty of the landscapes unfolding before your eyes, and take the time for a leisurely stopover wherever you want. Delightful hotels, great restaurants - you’ll be spoilt for choice.

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