Alsace hotel : Alsace Hotels
the alsacian countryside is a green expanse of fields and hills dotted with alsacian vineyards. The small hillside villages are flowered gems, the traditional houses decorated with wooden beams on the outside facade, storks’ nests perched on chimney tops, and of course the fortified castles. As far as the food is concerned, you may be surprised by some of Alsace’s more unusual dishes which far outweigh the traditional sauerkraut. You may like to try some of the wine-producing specialities such as the Riesling or the Sylvaner, more commonly known as “l’Or de la Terre” (the gold of the earth).Before trying out sauerkraut, or sipping an Alsatian beer, we suggest that you take a trip to Ackerland where hops, cabbage and other traditional produce are cultivated.