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7D6N Burgundy & Alsace

7D6N Burgundy & Alsace

MYR6200 / per person
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(Dep: Every Friday)

From the cultural fusion of Alsace to the plethora of tipples from the Burgundy wine region, this tour is all about variety

A wine region famed for its eponymous wines as well as Pinot noirs, Chardonnay, Chablis and Beaujolais, Burgundy is a great location for vinophiles who enjoy a wide variety of tipples. But it’s not all about the alcohol, as the area also boasts a plethora of antiquated villages to transport you back to Middle Ages and the Renaissance, with the timber framed buildings of Troyes being a prime example of the area’s historic splendour. Follow up your tour of Burgundy with a visit to the fascinating Alsace region, which is renowned for its cultural fusion of Germanic and French influences, due to exchanging hands between the two countries over the years. By basing yourself in picture-perfect Strasbourg, you will be able to experience its winding canals routes and quaint wooden-beamed houses, as well as a variety of nearby villages including Colmar (the home of Alsatian wine) and the tiny medieval (and romantic!) village of Riquewihr, which is famous for its Riesling and looks exactly the same today as it did in the 16th Century.

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  • Included
    Meal as per itinerary
  • Not Included
    Airport Transfer
    Entrance Fee
    Flight Ticket
    Halal Meal
    Tipping to Guide
    Travel Insurance

Tour Plan


Day 1 Arrival

Arrival transfer in Strasbourg. The rest of the day is at leisure. Overnight in Strasbourg.

Day 2 - Strasbourg Gourmet Tour & Wine Tour of Alsace Region (B/WT)

In the morning, explore the heart of Strasbourg and taste some of the best gastronomic produce of this region across France and Germany. This afternoon, travel the Alsace wine route to taste amazing wines. Alsace has a dry and sunny climate, complex geology, favorable soils and excellent exposure, ideal for aromatic white wines. First stop is in the lovely town of Obernai, where you will fall in love with its little streets, old houses with polychrome tiles, flags and fortifications. After a guided walking tour, enjoy a wine tasting session in traditional winery then continue along the Alsatian panoramic route. On your way, enjoy a second wine tasting session in a typical Alsace "caveau". Overnight in Strasbourg

Day 3 - Pearls of Alsace (B)

Today visit the lovely town of Colmar with its ancient monuments, the Pfister house, the Koïfhus, Saint Martin collegiate church, and much more… Then motor to delightful village of Eguisheim, surrounded by vineyards. Here, the half-timbered houses, lovingly decorated with flowers are built on narrow and concentric streets. Continue to the village of Riquewihr, surrounded by ramparts. and survived to wars and destruction. Its small streets, strong walls and old houses have protected their 16C splendor essentially intact, making for remarkable architectural harmony. After free time for personal discovery and lunch, continue along the Spectacular Alsace "Wine Route". This 60-year-old route, between the Rhine valley and the Vosges mountain, zigzags across the slopes almost 110 miles. The itinerary leads across series of undulating, vine covered hills, and through picturesque villages with narrow streets and charming houses decorated with beautiful flowers. You will see that any small group of church has its own church and bell tower. Finally, you will arrive to the magnificent Haut Koenigsbourg castle for a guided visit of the fortress that overlooks the valley, built to control the wine and wheat routes to the North and the salt route that came from the East. Overnight in Strasbourg.

Day 4 - Transfer to Beaune (B)

Today, meet your driver and transfer to Dijon where you will catch an high-speed train to Beaune. Upon your arrival, private discover this beautiful small town of France. This charming historic town is a true delight for architecture and wine lovers. Beaune can be easily explored by foot since most of main attractions are located within the walls. Reach Place Carnot and the main pedestrian areas that are dotted with restaurants, wine bars and shops. Overnight in Beaune

Day 5 - Burgundy - Cote De Beaune Wine Tour (B/WT)

Today, explore the Côte de Beaune, where the vineyard covers 15 miles from north to south facing the morning sun. After an interesting visit, you will have your first tasting at Butter-Golden Meursault, where is produced one of the best meditative Chardonnay of Burgundy. wine tasting session around these elegant white wines. Return to Beaune for a guided visit of the Hospices de Beaune, a former hospital founded in 1443 by the chancellor Nicolas Rolin, famous for its colorful polychromatic tile roofs. Later, you will enjoy a unique wine tasting session in the heart of Beaune. including appellations such as Saint-Aubin, Auxey-Duresses, Saint-Romain, Corton-Charlemagne... Overnight in Beaune.

Day 6 - Burgundy - Cote De Nuits (B)

Start in the morning you wander through the Prestigious Vineyards of the Cote de Nuits: here you will find mainly red wines and the King of the Grapes is Pinot Noir! The Côte de Nuits and Hautes Côtes de Nuits sit between Dijon and the small village of Corgoloin and the vineyards grow along a thin strip of land that is around 13 miles long and as narrow as 130 meters wide. Our first stop will be in a domain located in a tiny village between Nuits-Saint-Georges and Beaune, owned by the same family for more than 4 generations. You will be introduced to the notion of “terroirs” which are very diverse and distinct in this particular area. Later you will reach the village of Gevrey - Chambertin where you will have free time for lunch. Gevrey -Chambertin, one of the most iconic wine appellations of Burgundy, is home to one third of the thirty-three grands crus of the region. After lunch, you will continue towards the Chateau de Vougeot, a symbol of more than a thousand year of History in Burgundy, even if today they do not produce wines anymore. Finally you will stop at Nuits-Saint-Georges, a lively village with centuries-old history of winemaking, where you will have a commented tasting to comprehend what makes this wine region so special. Glass in hand, a wine expert will demonstrate how to taste some of the most prominent “terroirs” of Burgundy.

Day 7 - Departure

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    • Daily breakfast
    • 3 nights in Strasbourg
    • 2 nights in Beaune
    • Small Group Strasbourg Gourmet Tour & Wine Tour of Alsace Region
    • Small Group Pearls of Alsace
    • Private Transfer From Strasbourg to Dijon
    • High speed Train from Dijon to Beaune
    • Private Transfer from Beaune Station to Hotel
    • Small Group Burgundy - Cote De Beaune
    • Private Tour Burgundy - Cote De Nuits


    • Arrival Transfer
    • Departure Transfer


    • Hotels in Strasbourg: Regent Petite France, Cour de Corbeau, Les Haras
    • Hotels in Beaune: Najeti Hotel de la Poste
    • Hotel may be substituted with similar category
    • WT= Wine Tasting

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