Cycling, Walking, Wine and Minibus Tours in Alsace

What we offer for individuals, groups and companies:

lsacez-Vous with Bicyclette Go ! 

Since 1994 we have organised exclusive guided tours for individuals, groups and companies throughout Alsace. Nestled on the borders of Switzerland and Germany and separated from the rest of France by the Vosges Mountains, Alsace is one of France’s best kept secrets.  Alsace is also our home. The very best way to discover it is by joining us for a cycling, walking or wine tour.

Bicyclette Go ! is a local company, created by Glenn Ford, based in the wine village of Voegtlinshoffen. In 2015 Glenn was awarded a Bronze Medal by the French Republic for his services to tourism in France.

With Bicyclette Go ! you will visit some of the most beautiful medieval wine villages in France, including Eguisheim, Kaysersberg and Riquewihr. These flower decked villages, with cobbled streets, half-timbered houses and storks nesting on the rooftops, are straight from the pages of a Grimm Brothers’ fairy tale book. All are overlooked by majestic castles perched high in the Vosges Mountains.

For lovers of Art and Culture, there is the renowned Unterlinden Museum in Colmar, the wine capital of Alsace. Colmar is the birthplace of the sculptor Auguste Bartholdi, creator of the Statue of Liberty, and there are nine of his monuments to be discovered in town.

A fascinating aspect of Alsace is its intriguing history. Since 1870 Alsace has changed nationality four times and we will see how this has influenced the arts and culture of the region, as well as everyday life. We will also learn how the region coped during the traumatic events of WW1 and WW2.

Alsace is a wonderful place for gourmets as it has everything from local “Winstubs” to Michelin star restaurants. Enjoy the gastronomic cuisine as well as local specialties such as flammeküech, choucroute, baeckaoffa, bretzels and Munster cheese. Each dish can be accompanied with an Alsace wine.

Alsace is a world renowned wine region, producing six white wines, one red wine and Alsace Crémant, the Champagne of Alsace. Forget your preconceived ideas about the Rieslings being sweet and nasty (Black Tower or Blue Nun anyone?!). Alsace produces an excellent range of dry Rieslings, Sylvaners, Pinots and Gewürztraminers. The famous “Route des Vins” encompasses more than 100 wine villages and 51 Grand Cru vineyards and with us discover our favourites. Alsace is also France’s best beer brewing region, Météor being the largest independent brewery, brewing the beer I usually drink. Un demi-pression SVP !

Hopla Geiss ! lsacez-vous with Bicyclette Go !

Cheers ! A bientôt… à bicyclette ou à pied !!




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