Alsace has been renamed Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine and it became official in 2016 when the region merged with its neighbors. The Alsace region was originally a small region bordering Germany and known for their Riesling wines and quaint villages with colorful half timbered houses with colorful geraniums lining the window boxes. The region now extends westward and encompasses the Champagne and Lorraine districts. With it's political growth, the region has expanded into the famous French wine area for Champagne. A white bubbling wine that is known world wide. The regions capital is the world famous town of Strasbourg and it's Unesco historic center named "Grande Ile".
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Alsace Vacations: Things to see while on vacation in
Go wine tasting in the Alsace villages and explore the surrounding villages of Colmar, the wine capital of the Alsace Region.
Drive through the Champagne region and taste Blanquette de Limoux, one of the first examples of champagne that was invented by Benedictine Monks in the Abbey of Saint-Hilaire
Take some time and explore the regions "Castle Route" where over four hundred castles lie scattered over the landscape. Many are ruins of their former glory and a few have been renovated as historical treasures.
Experience the legendary Cathédrale Notre-Dame, located in the capital city of Strasbourg with it's astronomical clock.
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