MUST-SEES

MUST-SEES

By bike, the sites you mustn't miss out on are even more accessible. Via the Rhine cycle route EV15, you will visit two places in Alsace that are listed as world heritage sites by UNESCO: Strasbourg - Grande île and Neuf-Brisach, a stronghold built by Vauban, and discover the largest locks in France at Gambsheim and Kembs-Niffer built by Le Corbusier. Via Romea - EV5 - will take you through the lakes of Lorraine and the boat lift at Arzviller to the foot of the 51 Grand Cru vineyards of Alsace. The lock ladder of Valdieu-Lutran and Mulhouse is also an astonishing sight on the EuroVelo 6 route.

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Colmar

Colmar

Colmar

Situated in the center of Alsace, between two other big industrial poles that are Strasbourg and Mulhouse, Colmar is must see stop. The medium-sized city, possesses numerous monuments and its typical ...

Strasbourg

Strasbourg

Strasbourg

With its monumental cathedral featuring carvings as delicate as any piece of lacework, Strasbourg is one of Europe’s most attractive cities. Thanks to the richness and sheer density of its heritage si...

Little Venice

The « little Venice » is the name given to the course of the Lauch in Colmar. This name probably came from the original line of the houses on both sides of the river, which serves the southeast of the...

The cathedral of Notre-Dame

Strasbourg

Colmar

Colmar

Abbey Church of St. Mauritius

Ebersmunster

Strasbourg

Strasbourg

Neuf-Brisach Fortified Town

Neuf-Brisach

Little Venice

Colmar

Temple Saint-Etienne (Protestant Church)

Mulhouse

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