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More Brits expected to travel to Alsace this year

Among the highlights are a celebration of Bugatti cars and the International Beer Festival.

Flights to Alsace could become more popular among British holidaymakers this year due to the number of events taking place in the French region.

Among the highlights are a celebration of Bugatti cars and the International Beer Festival.

According to Toby Oliver, a representative of Alsace in the UK, the region is easy to explore for the outdoors enthusiast thanks to a number of cycle routes.

"There are more cycle routes in Strasbourg than in any town in France," he commented.

"If you want to cycle round the town, you can pick up a bicycle from the numerous stations which are around and then drop it off when you’ve finished with it."

Mr Oliver added that because it is the 100th anniversary since the first Bugatti was made at Molsheim, a number of exhibitions and rallies will be taking place around the famous factory.

The International Beer Festival, which is usually held in Montreal, will take place on Alsace in October.

Alsace has two international airports, Entzheim in Strasbourg and France’s seventh-largest airport in terms of traffic, EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg.

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