Explore the highlights of Eastern France on this week-long itinerary. With Champagne tastings, wine routes, and historical villages galore, you'll get to experience the best of the region's offerings. Start in Reims to visit the famed Taittinger Champagne House, the head to the Alsace region to see the towns of Hunawihr and Riquewihr.
Best of Colmar
Colmar makes an excellent base for forays into the Alsace. From here, you can explore iconic villages like Hunawihr, Riquewihr, and Eguisheim — all full of medieval charm — then cap the day’s excursion with a tour of the Château du Haut-Kœnigsbourg, an impressively restored 12th-century citadel sitting high above the countryside. There are also wineries to visit, scenic valleys (Noble Valley, Munster Valley, Pays de Barr), and opportunities to discover lesser-known castles in rural Alsace.
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Follow eleven days of excellence along the excitement of Eastern France with this agenda. You'll stroll through the Champagne houses of Reims, streets of Strasbourg, and vineyards of the Alsace and Lorraine. Top it off with some Alpine cheese in Annecy and a dip in the waters of Nice before you depart.
Explore Eastern France on eight days of outings on this itinerary. Sip Champagne in Reims (no it doesn't rhyme), scope out the Germanic influence in Strasbourg, and cruise the canals of Colmar before you end your trip sampling Alpine cheese on the banks of Lake Annecy.
Kick off a nine-day tour of the knockouts of Eastern France as you follow this itinerary. You'll taste Champagne in grand estates, wander through half-timbered villages, and sample wine and cheese on the banks of Lake Annecy as you explore in the company of expert guides.
Float through Eastern France on a bubbly Champagne cloud as you follow this 10-day route. After you make your way through the Champagne houses of Reims, you'll traverse the German influences of Strasbourg, cruise the canals of Colmar, and stroll the shores of Lake Annecy and promenades of Nice.
Seventeen days of stellar sights await you with this excursion through Eastern France. Gaze at the artworks of the Louvre, vineyards of Epernay and Alsace, and charming village pathways. Make your way to the lakeside and mountain views surrounding Annecy before you head off on a quick getaway to the beaches of the Riviera.
Keep Moët & Chandon in a pretty cabinet and eat cake just like Marie Antoinette on this 12-day itinerary fit for a queen. You'll sample the Parisian pastries of Le Marais, artworks in the glass of the Louvre, and elaborate architectural facades of Strasbourg, Colmar, and Alsace. Sip wine with cheese pairings in Annecy before ending the trip on the beaches in Nice.
Take a new excursion every day of this 18-day Eastern France itinerary. You'll stroll the streets of Paris and sample your way down the Avenue of Champagne before riding in a VW Kombi through the vineyards. Follow it with Alsatian villages, cycling and cheese tasting in Lake Annecy, and three nights in the fabulous French Riviera.
Find a lucky 13 days in Eastern France as you follow this route from Paris all the way to Monte Carlo. Cruise down the Seine, sip your way down the "Avenue of Champagne," and stroll the German-influenced streets of Strasbourg. Relax on the shores of Lake Annecy before you spend two days living large in the French Riviera in Nice and Monte Carlo.
Traverse Eastern France for two weeks as you travel through this tour. After two days of exploring Paris, you'll sip Champagne in Reims and wine in the Alsace and Lorraine. Saturate yourself in the scene of Lake Annecy with wine and cheese tastings and a cycling tour before you unwind on the Riviera with two nights in Nice.
Frolic for 15 days through France's eastern hotspots as you follow your expert new friends along this route. From pastries in Paris and Champagne in Reims, to Alsatian wines and Alpine cheeses, down to the glittering indulgence of the French Riviera, you're sure to leave fully sated.
Spend 16 days on a saunter through some of Eastern France's most scenic towns and landscapes. You'll stroll the streets of Paris, indulge in Champagne tastings on the Avenue of Champagne, admire the colorful houses and canals of Alsace, and cycle along the shores of Lake Annecy.
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