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Colmar: Private Guided Walking Tour of the City Center

1. Colmar: Private Guided Walking Tour of the City Center

Enjoy a personalized private walking tour through the old Colmar. Explore the rich heritage and carefully preserved city center, whose architecture expands from the Middle Ages to the 18th century. You will walk through "Petite Venise," an unmissable district filled with traditional half-timbered houses. Continue into Tanneurs district, which is famous for its large houses with white façades. Admire the Collegiate Church of Saint-Martin, whose Gothic architecture and striking colorful tile roof are magnificent. Take in the extravagant bourgeois houses that can be spotted throughout town. The Adolf House, the oldest house in Colmar, and the 17th century Renaissance building Maison des Têtes are worth seeing. You will be accompanied by an expert local guide who will share the history of this quaint city, from smaller attractions to its most renowned sites.

Alsace: Alsatian Wine-tasting Tour and Lunch

2. Alsace: Alsatian Wine-tasting Tour and Lunch

Discover the traditional winemaking process the Alsace region in a family-owned winery from 1778. Enjoy a tour of the winery, that is now in organic conversion, followed by a wine-tasting and lunch of Alsatian specialties. Your experienced guide will take you down into the cellar from 1850 where you will discover the traditional Alsace winemaking process still in use at the winery today. Every part of the process will be explained; from the grapes to bottling. You’ll then get to sample the results! You will then enjoy lunch in the beautiful renovated shop, which was previously the cellar. You’ll taste Alsatian specialties, including a delicious soup, as well as an Alsatian meat pie with vegetables. Dessert will serve as the end of your winery tour, but bottles will be available to purchase as a souvenir of your Alsace winery tour.

Colmar: Chocolate Museum Entrance Ticket

3. Colmar: Chocolate Museum Entrance Ticket

Experience immersive environments, informative films, 3D projections, tastings and more on this interactive tour of the Colmar chocolate museum.  The journey begins in a tropical forest where you will meet a small monkey eating cocoa pods, and learn about the harvesting the cocoa trees. Leaving the forest, you enter an Aztec temple that reveals the serpent god Quetzalcoatl, who, according to the legend, introduced cocoa on earth. Entering the next room, the floor creaks, the lamps stir, the windows reveal an azure sea ... The scene takes place in the 16th century, on a Spanish ship, where you'll discover cocoa's journey to Europe.  It's a century later that chocolate will enter the great European courts and you'll follow this journey and meet the luxurious equipment they made to drink this very special spice called cocoa. Don't miss the original flavors they offered at that time. Chocolate was also considered as a medication and you'll discover all the beliefs and truths about the benefits of cocoa.  The second floor is dedicated to industrialization and all the chocolatiers that made Alsace the largest producer of chocolate in France. Then, in the virtual demonstration, meet 3 chocolatiers who will present their recipes and all the tricks they use to make their perfect chocolates.

Mulhouse City Pass

4. Mulhouse City Pass

Mulhouse and its famous museums are definitely worth a visit. Key attractions include: the world's most beautiful collection of vintage cars, the biggest train museum in Europe, the unique Textile Printing museum, and the new amusement park dedicated to the Little Prince of Antoine de Saint Exupéry. This City Pass will enable you to enjoy more of the city of Mulhouse and its region. You will be able to discover one of its top attractions for free. You can choose from: the Automobile Museum, the Train Museum, the Textile Printing Museum, the Electricity Museum, the zoological and botanical gardens, the Ecomusée d'Alsace Open Air Museum, the Wallpaper Museum, the Motocycle Museum, and the François Schneider Foundation's Contemporary Art Center. Upon your next visit, all of these museums and sites - as well as the Little Prince Parc - are accessible at a reduced entrance rate. With this Pass, you can use all the public transportation for free for 3 days, including the shuttle going to the Ecomusée d'Alsace Open Air Museum and the Little Prince Park. Enjoy a meal in a local restaurant that will offer you an aperitif, and get a discount at the Tourist Office shop.

Strasbourg Christmas Market Tour Tastings & Pastry Demo

5. Strasbourg Christmas Market Tour Tastings & Pastry Demo

Walkthrough one of the oldest Christmas markets in Europe, which has been held every year since 1570. Visit the ‘Christkindelsmärik’ which thousands of visitors flock to each winter to shop hand-made decorations, admire grand fairy-light installations, and bask in the fairytale atmosphere. Be taken to some of the best spots for traditional Alsatian food and stop for a mulled wine-tasting along the way. Your local guide will point out the most respected craftsmen in the area and share insider tips on how to find the best stalls for gift shopping as you stroll. Explore behind the scenes of some of the artisan’s workshops. Meet a local baker who will show you how to make traditional Christmas pastries and enjoy multiple traditional food tastings.

From Zurich: Full-Day Discover Basel & Colmar Private Tour

6. From Zurich: Full-Day Discover Basel & Colmar Private Tour

On this unique journey, you will be able to visit two neighboring countries, Switzerland and France and compare them. Your driver will pick you up from any convenient location for you in Zurich and you will start your private tour to Basel, the cultural capital of Switzerland. Have a walking tour to Congress Hall and the old city. Then, your driver will take you to one of your preferred museums such as Tinguely Museum, Ethnology Museum, Basel Zoological Garden or another museum according to your preferences. If you would like to have a boat trip instead, then you will be assisted in this case as well. Basel is famous for its fine chocolates and sweets, thus, you will taste some specialties before proceeding to Colmar in France. This small city showcases the lifestyle of the whole Alsace region. Surely you will be amazed by half-timbered houses dating back to 16th-century. Namely, you will visit the Adolf and Pfister Houses and 'little Venice,' also on the list of must-see locations while visiting Colmar. In the evening, you will be amazed at the originality of the lighting system of this city. At the end of the day, you will have your private transfer from Colmar to Zurich. 

Alsace: Private Wine Tour

7. Alsace: Private Wine Tour

During your wine tasting tour, you will learn about the rich diversity of grapes grown, the influence of the many varied soils and the importance of terroir. On your private wine tour visit exceptional wineries that many other tour groups do not venture to. It is this exclusivity to these particular charming wineries that will make your wine experience with so unique and special. Rncounter some esteemed wine producing families whose multi-award winning wines are produced strictly in accordance with organic and bio-dynamic practices. Tour groups are limited to between 2 – 6 people, so that you can enjoy the close interaction and personal attention of a small group dynamic.

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4.7 / 5

based on 219 reviews

Good value city pass for Mulhouse, especially if the first (free) museum is Musée National de l’Automobile. We also used it for transport around Mulhouse. Remember to check the opening times of Tourist Information as the vouchers have to be exchanged there

A very nice zoo with very nicely laid out enclosures. Weapons at Corpus Christi there. Since this was not a public holiday in France, there was relatively little going on. Very pleasant. Unfortunately, a large part of the gastronomy was also closed.

Nice discovery with our guide Laurence, who made us experience Colmar competently and with good humor.

Had a fabulous family day out, all the animals were healthy and well looked after

A great zoo, which is super beautifully laid out and huge