Where to buy the Pass'Alsace : points of sale

List of Pass'Alsace points of sale

You have several options to get the Pass'Alsace. If you want to organise your holiday in Alsace before coming, the pass is available on our online shop and you can receive it by mail in 3 working days (for France) or withdraw it in one of the withdrawal points. You can also opt for the 100% dematerialized version, available almost instantly on your inbox. 

You can also buy it when you arrive in Alsace at one of our point of sale. You can find the list of points of sale on site below. By clicking on a seller, you will be able to access his description sheet (with practical information, schedules, contact details, etc.).

Fleckenstein, the Castle of Challenges


3 hours of adventure at the heart of the middle ages: At last a history lesson that is fun and everyone, young and old, can enjoy! Plunge into the spiral of time. Pass through walls and down the centuries on the trail of Hugo the phantom knight.

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Funny-World Family Amusement Park


Funny-World is a family amusement park specially designed for children from up to 12 years at Kappel-Grafenhausen. Visit us all year round with your family and friends. We have more than 50 rides and attractions, a 1700 square meter indoor hall, restaurants, swimming pool and lot more interesting attractions. All attractions are open all year round !

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Gîtes Alsace Kracher


Jacky et Marie vous accueillent dans leurs Gîtes et leurs Chambres d'hôtes au Coeur de l'Alsace à Sélestat et dans le vignoble à Dieffenthal, aménagés aux valeurs de l'Alsace. Une réduction de 10% est accordée sur la nuitée aux porteurs du Pass'Alsace, ainsi qu'un verre de vin par personne pour une réservation d’une table d’hôtes.

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Hanau Museum


Thanks to a subtle and modern museum design, you will discover the history, culture and natural environment of this engaging region which is the Pays de Hanau.

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Hohlandsbourg Castle


Built on a mountain summit, Hohlandsbourg Castle offers a magnificent all-round panorama over the plain of Alsace and the Vosges Mountains. This garrison stronghold built in the 13th century was the seat of the Lords of Habsburg. Measuring 100 m long and 60 m wide, this is the largest fortified castle in Alsace. A special itinerary provides a picture of and helps to understand the history, organisation and place of the castle, from the very first Bronze Age site to the contemporary epoch. Visit, exhibition, workshops, events, catering, shop, space rental. Open from the 1st Saturday in April to the 2nd Sunday in November. Find us on our website : www.chateau-hohlandsbourg.com

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