Step into the enchanting Europa Park for an experience like no other. Travel enthusiasts are sure to love the city themed areas, where you can drop in to Portugal or Spain, or visit Scandinavia, among the dozen other cities recreated. Larger-than-life roller-coasters, crazy carousels and whirlwind water-rides will get your adrenaline pumping and leave you excited for more. As one of the country's largest of its kind, this park promises an exhilarating and memorable time and will far from disappoint. It makes for a great getaway from mundane city life and is best enjoyed with family and large groups.
The Römische Badruine are well-preserved Roman bath ruins in Badenweiler. One of the most significant of its kind in the country, it justifies Badenweiler’s history as a spa town and offers a glimpse into the Roman bathing culture that prevailed during the reign of the Roman Empire. The ruins were excavated in 1784 by Margrave Carl Friedrich von Baden and are sheltered by a glass roof. Take a tour of the monumental site and explore several exhibitions showcasing accessories, models and memorabilia.
Unwind your mind, body, and soul with this beautiful spa in Badenweiler. Cassiopeia Thermal Spa offers a range of spa and wellness facilities for the entire family in a relaxed, soothing atmosphere. The bathing complex features a stunning landscape with a spacious outdoor heated pool equipped with massage jets and neck showers. Feel your body relax in the pool as you take in the splendid views of Castle Baden in the distance. You can also experience an icy-cold bath at the ice fountain or relax in a perfectly warm Roman-Irish bath on a Mediterranean-style terrace with ambient lights. Apart from the soothing spa and sauna, the place also offers other treatments like massages, hammam, and body wraps.
Domaine Emile Beyer, Grands Vins d'Alsace is a winery producing a selection of vintage and fruit flavored wines that you can taste, buy and enjoy at the winery itself. It is a cozy place where you can savor the wine samples with perfect assistance and suggestions offered by their staff. The best of Alsace wines are also available on their website for sale.
As per archaeological evidences, Eguisheim was inhabited during the Paleolithic Era. It is known to be the origin of Alsace wine as wine cultivation was introduced in the region by the Romans when they conquered the place. This beautiful village got its present structure by the Dukes of Alsace who developed it in the Middle Ages. Strolling through this quaint village is like taking a walk in a bygone era with its bright medieval structures and flower adornments. Nestled in the midst of vineyards and lush hills, this picturesque commune is worth the visit.
The town of Colmar in Alsace was the center of the flourishing wine trade in the 16th Century. The tradition is carried on even today with number of wineries emerging in the town. With a wide selection of wines and liquors available, the Cave du Musée is amongst the best wineries to try out variety of local wines and liquors. Call for more information.
Halle aux Vins is located inside the Exhibition and Congress Center Colmar, an internationally applauded event center. This hall boasts of a holding capacity of 2484 and has a seating arrangement that ensures a perfect view of any event without any obstruction whatsoever. In addition, the hall has state-of-the-art acoustics and light accents, and on-site technicians work painstakingly towards the success of every event. Large-scale corporate, as well as cultural events, are held here from time to time.