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ALSACE TRAVEL GUIDE



Alsace: where nothing is different from the rest of France...except for what isn't the same! Social Security, real estate laws, the relations between Church and State, and so many other aspects of community life follow rules unique to Alsace. Then there's the dialect, more Germanic than Voltairean. The architecture, too, is definitely different. So are the native costumes. And so is the food! Read on...


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Sofitel Strasbourg Grande Ile


WINE WITH THE FUNNY NAME
Hugel 2004 Gewürztraminer
A distinctly German varietal made in France...this French Gewürztraminer is indicative of Alsace, a region that has bounced back and forth between Germany and France for centuries.

ILLHAEUSERN

TOP RESTAURANTS
L'Auberge de l'Ill
2, rue de Collonges au Mont d'Or
68970 Illhaeusern
Phone: +33 (0)3 89 71 89 00

Marc Haeberlin's cuisine is spirited and generous.



STRASBOURG

TOP RESTAURANTS
Restaurant Buerehiesel

4, parc de l’Orangerie
67000 Strasbourg
Phone: +33 (0)3 88 45 56 65

Chef Eric Westermann works his magic here.


TOP RESTAURANTS
Au Crocodile
10, rue de l’Outre
67060 Strasbourg
Phone: +33 (0)3 88 32 13 02


Émile Jung's famous institution offers gorgeous foie gras and precise, light versions of classic cooking.



(Updated: 01/07/13 CT)

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