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Destination guide

Buckle up: Bas-Rhin awaits

Bas-Rhin stretches along the Upper Rhine in eastern France and is a favorite destination for vacations with family and friends. The pretty capital city of Strasbourg offers a wide array of Bas-Rhin vacation rentals alongside its must-see attractions, while those who are happy to look further afield might just find a special spot amid the rolling countryside's mix of half-timbered villages and verdant forests. The diverse landscape makes the region a great choice for outdoor enthusiasts, although a myriad of historic chateaux, world-class wineries and a generous helping of gastronomic flair means everyone can kick back and do their thing.

Things to do

Fun for all ages in Bas-Rhin

Take a short drive west of Bas-Rhin vacation rentals in Strasbourg and you'll find many of the region's wineries and vineyards, clustered amid the fertile landscape of Westhoffen. Full and half-day tours are readily available from the city, sparing would-be wine connoisseurs the drama of finding a designated driver. Of course, if you're traveling with kids, you may need to skip the leisurely vineyard tours in favor of action-packed trips to the Friedel Animal Park, in Illkirch-Graffenstaden and, for younger kids, Kintzheim's Cigoland Amusement Park. The latter has free-roaming storks alongside its rides and is home to 5 aviaries.

Activities

Capital delights in Bas-Rhin

Bas-Rhin is the sort of place that reveals a new delight around every corner, though hanging out in Strasbourg, at least for a little while, is something of a must. Guided sightseeing tours take in the likes of the Gothic Cathedrale Notre-Dame, the 18th-century Palais Rohan and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Grande Ile. Many travelers like to simply explore the city at their own pace, perhaps taking the time to stroll along the waterfront and do a little shopping, before settling down to enjoy a picnic lunch at the University of Strasbourg's peaceful botanical garden.

Weather

Favorite seasons in Bas-Rhin

From June through August, average highs in the 70s make the summer the perfect time to stay in a Bas-Rhin vacation rental. The sunny days that come with the territory offer idyllic conditions for those who want to really get to know the region. Winter has fewer crowds, but temperatures often fall to around freezing, leaving spring to offer the best of both worlds – still-pleasant temperatures and, often, a lower rate on your chosen vacation home. Those travelers in it purely for the wine, of course, will want to hang fire until harvest time, in the fall.

Natural features

Outdoor adventure in Bas-Rhin

Outdoor living abounds in Bas-Rhin, not least at the Northern Vosges Regional Nature Park, a tranquil space in the foothills of the Vosges Mountains, where some 120,000 hectares of diverse landscape includes everything from wetlands to woodlands. Little wonder that UNESCO saw fit to proclaim the area a world biosphere reserve. Whether you want to climb the park's sandstone cliffs and rocky crags, catch a glimpse of stags and wild boar, or take things at a slower pace as you look out for the ruins of castles from yesteryear, you'll find no shortage of adventure awaits.

How to get there

Traveling to and around Bas-Rhin

The nearest airport is in Strasbourg (SXB-Strasbourg Intl.), located 9.1 mi (14.6 km) from the city center. If you're unable to find a flight that fits your schedule, you could book a flight to Strasbourg (XER-Boulevard de Metz Bus Stop), which is 9.6 mi (15.5 km) away.

If you prefer to travel by train, Hochfelden Station, Wilwisheim Station and Schwindratzheim Station are the main stations that serve the city. It's easy to get around Bas-Rhin by jumping on the metro at Cervantes Tram Station, Dante Tram Station or Hopital de Hautepierre Tram Station.

How many vacation rentals are available around Bas-Rhin?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 1,923 vacation rentals around Bas-Rhin. From 165 bungalow rentals to 165 cottage rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

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