In the context of its regular journeys in the regions historically linked to his family, His Serene Highness Prince visited the territory-de-Belfort and in the Haut-Rhin, whose links with The Dynasty Grimaldi date back to the wedding of the future Prince Honore IV with Louise D'Aumont-Mazarin in 1777.
June 6 - - Upon his arrival in Belfort on 6 June, the Prince Albert II, hosted by the president of the county council, Florian Bouquet, inaugurated the exhibition "the territory of Belfortt at the time of the Mazarin", Conducted in partnership with the archives of the palace. The Prince visited, in the afternoon, at the foot of the citadel to admire the monumental sculpture of the lion of Belfort, symbol of the Republican roots of the city. A Commemorative Plaque was then unveiled on the former hotel Comtal, today primary school. The official welcome of the deputy mayor of Belfort, Damien Meslot, took place in front of the hotel-of-town, in the presence of a large audience.
The visit of the sovereign has continued in the commune of Giromagny, former Lordship of Rosemont. The church Parvis was baptized in the name of the princes of Monaco.
June 7 - - In Colmar, Prince Albert wanted to visit, under the leadership of Mayor Gilbert Meyer, the unterlinden museum, recently renovated, in which is exposed the famous isenheim altarpiece, jewel of the sacred art of the beginning of the sixteenth century Century.
After a reception at the hotel of the department of Haut-Rhin, where the president of the county council and MP, Eric Straumann, recalled the various links between the principality and Alsace, Albert II then went in the municipality of issenheim , whose lordship belonged to the fiefs of mazarin, and who tried to give the name of the sovereign to the esplanade of the old mill, today business incubator. He has finished the day at thann, also former possession of cardinal Mazarin passed to Grimaldi at the end of the eighteenth century. He had been able to admire the beautiful collegiate.
The Sovereign has everywhere received a very warm welcome and has, at every stage, retarded with the people who came in large numbers.