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Culture without borders

In the very south of Alsace, where France, Germany and Switzerland meet, you will discover the huge artistic and architectural heritage that has grown up along the Rhine, the cradle of "Rhenish Humanism"

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Pedal the waterways

Go where the water goes, along the Rhine and the canals. Thanks to the "2 banks, 3 bridges" network of cycle tracks, you can pedal from one bank to the other, "leap-frogging" to and fro across the French, German and Swiss borders.

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Soak up nature in the Petite Camargue Alsacienne

If the Three Countries Region lies at the point where roads, railway and air routes meet, it is also a crossroads for the waterways.

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The Rhine in all its facets

Water is an omnipresent thread that will accompany you throughout your stay. Whether you are at the edge of the Water, on the Water or in the Water, the Rhine is an extraordinary playground.

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Pedal the waterways

Go where the water goes, along the Rhine and the canals. Thanks to the "2 banks, 3 bridges" network of cycle tracks, you can pedal from one bank to the other, "leap-frogging" to and fro across the French, German and Swiss borders.

 

The EuroVélo 6 and the EuroVélo Route Rhin 15 both use a section of this vast network of cycle tracks in the midst of nature, which cover an area 70 km long and 15 km wide between Basel (CH), Freiburg (D) and the Hardt forest (F). Germany and France are connected by three bridges at Fessenheim/Hartheim, Chalampé/Neuenburg and Huningue/Weil am Rhein with the "Three Countries Bridge" for pedestrians and cyclists, the longest of its kind in the world! It is also easy to hook up with the Swiss network of cycle routes.  There are several fully way and distance-marked themed trails through the countryside perfectly suited to cyclists of all ages. Families, seniors and serious cyclists can choose from a variety of mainly flat circuits.  Cycling enthusiasts will discover different landscapes and atmospheres: waterways, shady routes through the Hardt forest or sunny rides through the German vineyards of the Markgräferland, the Petite Camargue Alsacienne nature reserve or more urban settings as you approach the conurbation of Basel...


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