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Swimming spots near Strasbourg

Swimming spots near Strasbourg

Summer in Alsace generally means heat waves... And as there is no sea or ocean (it's probably the only flaw of the area... What do you mean I'm not objective? 😉 ), we need to find another way to...

The (many!) museums of Mulhouse

The (many!) museums of Mulhouse

You often start visiting Mulhouse by going in one of its museums. There are many museums in Mulhouse on different themes. The industrial history of the town is shown, as well as fine arts or...

4 unusual places and walks in Mulhouse

4 unusual places and walks in Mulhouse

For this post, I invited Nathalie and Marie-Eve from the blog My Mulhouse to talk to us about a few unusual places in their town, Mulhouse. Here are their favorites!  Forget all clichés you might...

Christmas in the garden at Wesserling Park

Christmas in the garden at Wesserling Park

Have you heard about Wesserling Park? Nestled at the foot of the Vosges, in the valley of St Amarin, this garden - textile ecomuseum, former royale textile manufacture - is open every year...

The Humanist Library of Sélestat

The Humanist Library of Sélestat

I have discovered for the first time the Humanist Library of Sélestat, a superb place that was inaugurated in November 2018 after major restructuring works. We took part in the guided tour, and I...

The Alsace Wine Route by bicycle

The Alsace Wine Route by bicycle

If you want to come to visit Alsace, I would imagine that you are thinking of going on the famous Alsace Wine Route. It's a very good idea, but do you know that you can do it by bicycle?...

Maison de Thé Les Jardins de Gaïa

Maison de Thé Les Jardins de Gaïa

Les Jardins de Gaïa is an Alsatian company specialised in organic and fairtrade teas. I have already mentioned it, when I recounted a tea ceremony I took part in there. I then went back several...

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