This picturesque province never ceases to attract connoisseurs of fine French wine. There is a tremendous amount of old wineries in Alsace. Ribeauville town surrounded by beautiful vineyards and castles is notable for its history going back for more than 12 centuries. By the number of wineries, this charming town is one of confident leaders of the province. Cave de Ribeauville white wine is produced there.
The wine center of the region is the city of Dambach-la-Ville, where tourists can see the richest and most extensive vineyards of the province. Totally, there are more than 30 wineries in and around the city. Alsace is the perfect holiday destination not only for fans of fine wines, as the region is literally created for active leisure and family vacations.
Travelers staying on vacation with children should definitely spend a couple of days in Mulhouse and visit the local zoo. It was founded in 1868 and is considered one of the most beautiful zoos in France. Its spacious enclosures are inhabited with about 1,200 animals; it’s also worth noting that the zoo is combined with an incredibly beautiful botanical garden. There is a special seating area for younger guests, where kids can feed rabbits and get acquainted with friendly inhabitants of the zoo, donkeys and piglets of wild boar.
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