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Family Barge Cruise Itinerary for Alsace-Lorraine, France

For families wanting to go barging in Alsace, we are able to create a bespoke family barge cruise itinerary and substitute a maximum of 4 of the detailed excursions with your preferred family activities from the list below.

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Due to their nature, some activities carry a supplement and must be booked directly by the customer with the activity provider. All activities are subject to availability. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

The following activities can be included in your family cruise fare without extra charge and can usually be arranged on-board direct with the Captain:

Centre Aquatique Sarrebourg

An aqua park in Sarrebourg, with a play pool featuring a river with counter-current, a waterfall, 60m slide (6 years +) and a paddling pool with miniature toboggans for young children. Adults can enjoy the sports pool and Jacuzzi. In the summer, the roof of the Aquatics centre is opened and access to the lawn is granted with a refreshment bar, restaurant, benches and volleyball court. Family changing rooms are provided, as well as individual lockers and hairdryers. Children should be supervised at all times.


28-lane bowling alley with bar and pool tables in the town of Dorlisheim, a 20-minute drive from Strasbourg. With a relaxed ambiance during the day, and party-like in the evenings, the bowling alley is suitable for all ages and features illuminated lanes, allowing for an interesting and memorable experience.

Kiny Parc

This indoor, soft play center features a host of fun inflatable courses with ball pits, designed especially for younger children. Enjoy zorbing, climbing facilities, and space to stop and enjoy light refreshments in the picnic area.

Luge Alpine du Plan Incline (3 years+)

A thrilling Alpine taboggan, designed for up to two people. Beginning 6 meters high, this thrilling ride offers a unique perspective of the forest beyond and below as you travel 500m from close to the canopy to ground. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.

Sainte-Croix Zoological Park

One of Europe’s leading zoological parks for European and endangered species, the 120-hectare Sainte-Croix animal park features four trails to explore, where 1500 animals from 100 species roam. Witness bears, deer, lynx, wolverines, lemurs, red pandas and several wolf packs as you make your way through.

Le Parc du Petit Prince (2 years+)

Le Parc du Petit Prince is the world’s first aerial park, and the biggest leisure park in Alsace. With a number of child-friendly rides, a host of animals to visit, and mini theatre-style productions – there’s fun to be had for all the family.

Chocolate Museum, Strasbourg

Alsace, a reputable gastronomic region, is more discreet when it comes to chocolate. Here, more than 21% of the food industry’s workforce is represented by chocolate makers and confectioners. Alsace, therefore, seems like the perfect place to have a museum dedicated to the stuff! A unique gourmet tour will take you from the origins of chocolate through to the way it is made today. Unravel the mysteries of cocoa and discover how to go from the bean to chocolate mouldings while you also learn how to taste the different chocolates.

Ice Skating (2 years+)

Two rinks provide unlimited ice-skating entertainment in the city of Strasbourg. Skate rental is available at the venue.

Natura Park (3 years+)

This charming nature and adventure park situated five minutes from the center of Strasbourg, features 8 rope courses, giant zip lines, as well as a wide choice of themed activities including pendulum jumps, geocaching, archery, blowpipes, slacklining, orienteering and tournaments.

Museé Zoologique de Strasbourg

A natural history collection purchased from the Johann Hermann collection in 1802. When the University of Strasbourg was founded in 1872, the management and curation of the museum was entrusted to it. A new building was built between 1890 and 1893, and the collection has since continued to grow. The museum now displays more than 10,000 mammals, 18,000 birds and 1,000,000 insects, as well as many examples of invertebrates, reptiles, amphibians and fish. Among those animals displayed, many have since become extinct.

Go-Karting (height restrictions apply)

Indoor Go-Karting track measuring 4,000 sq. meters allows visitors (1.5 meters+) to drive 200cc karts. Children aged 7 to 13 can also participate in less powerful karts. All protective clothing (jump suits, helmets, gloves) is provided by the complex.

The following activities can usually be arranged but, due to their nature, they should be booked directly by the client with the activity provider. The cost of these activities are not included in your itinerary, Contact us for assistance.

Europa Park

Germany’s largest amusement park awaits at Europa Park. Enjoy over 100 attractions and its international show program plus 15 European thematic areas, allowing visitors to explore the continent in one place!


Enjoy a game of tennis at the Lawn Tennis Club of Sarrebourg, equipped with tennis and racquetball courts, a stadium, arena and sports venue. Hourly rates apply for court and equipment hire.

NOTE: Activities are payable by the client directly to the provider, whose individual terms and conditions apply. All activities are subject to availability. No minimum age requirement unless stated. Children’s bicycles, bicycle helmets, child car seats and high chairs and available without cost.

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