Alsace - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alsace

Alsace ( ; Alsatian: ’s Elsass; German: Elsass, pre-1996 also: Elsaß ; Latin: Alsatia) is a cultural and historical region in eastern France, now located in the ...


Visit Alsace - Official website of Tourism in East of France

http://www.tourisme-alsace.com/en/

Official website of tourism in Alsace - East of France : what to see, what to do and where to stay in Alsace? Guide tourist places to visit and activities to enjoy.


Alsace, France; - regional guide and tourist attractions.

http://about-france.com/regions/alsace.htm

Alsace is the Germanic region of France. It is a region lying on the west bank of the river Rhine, between the Rhine and the Vosges mountains.


Alsace Tourism: Best of Alsace, France - TripAdvisor

https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Tourism-g187071-Alsace-Vacations.html

Alsace Tourism: TripAdvisor has 340,574 reviews of Alsace Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Alsace resource.


Tourism on the Alsace Wine Route | Official website ...

http://www.alsace-wine-route.com/

Official website for tourism on the Alsace Wine Route: what to see, what to do and where to stay. Ideas for holidays and short breaks, producers? addresses, etc.


Learn about Wine: Alsace | France | Regions | Berry Bros ...

http://www.bbr.com/region-540-alsace

Alsace. Although 50 percent of Alsace’s wine is still made by cooperatives, the region remains the source of some of the world's finest white wines.


Alsace travel guide - Wikitravel

http://wikitravel.org/en/Alsace

Alsace is a region in the northeast of France. Cities . Strasbourg — the capital Colmar — a renowned tourist destination, 75 km to the south of Strasbourg


Alsace - The tourism site of the Alsace Region of France

http://www.alsace.co.uk/

Alsace.co.uk is not a full guide to Alsace but more a directory that aims to guide you in your search for information about the Alsace Region.


Alsace France,the French Region of Alsace

http://french-at-a-touch.com/French_Regions/Alsace/alsace_1.htm

Alsace (and Lorraine) unlike the other French Regions, abound in both French and German influences. The region is situated in mid-eastern to north-eastern France.


Alsace - Majestic Wine

https://www.majestic.co.uk/alsace-wine

Alsace. The Germanic influence on Alsace wines is significant - Alsace is home to some of the best Rieslings and Gewürztraminers in the world.


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