Colmar, nestled in France's Alsace region, is a mesmerizing town renowned for its half-timbered houses, winding canals, and vibrant floral displays. Often dubbed the Little Venice of Alsace, its charm and rich history beckon travelers worldwide. Read more

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A beautiful blend of German and French influences, Colmar boasts a unique character that reflects its storied past. Its well-preserved Old Town transports visitors to a bygone era, with its medieval and early Renaissance buildings. The meandering canals add to the town's fairytale ambiance. Apart from its scenic beauty, Colmar's significance in arts and history, particularly as the birthplace of Auguste Bartholdi, the sculptor of the Statue of Liberty, makes it a must-visit.
Drenched in history, art, and nature, Colmar offers a captivating journey for its visitors. Whether wandering through its cobbled streets, cruising on its canals, or indulging in local Alsatian wines, the town promises unforgettable moments.

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What to do in Colmar

Petite Venise (Little Venice)

A picturesque neighborhood with charming half-timbered houses lining the Lauch River. Boat tours here provide a unique perspective of Colmar's beauty.

Maison Pfister

Built in 1537, this iconic Renaissance building is famous for its ornate woodwork, frescoes, and a two-story corner oriel.

Bartholdi Museum

Dedicated to the sculptor Auguste Bartholdi, this museum showcases his various works, including the early models of the Statue of Liberty.

Unterlinden Museum

Housed in a former convent, it's home to a fantastic collection of Rhineland art, including the Isenheim Altarpiece.

Saint Martin's Church

A Gothic architectural marvel from the 13th century, its striking presence is hard to miss amidst Colmar's skyline.

Espace d'Art Contemporain André Malraux

For contemporary art enthusiasts, this modern art space showcases rotating exhibitions from various artists.

Market Hall

Overlooking the Lauch River, this vibrant market offers a variety of local products, from cheeses and wines to fresh produce.

Koïfhus (Old Custom House)

Dating back to the 15th century, this historic building once played a vital role in regional trade and politics.

Parks of Château d'Eau

A peaceful green haven in the town, perfect for a leisurely stroll or relaxation.

Museum of Toys and Little Trains

A delight for both kids and adults, this museum displays an impressive collection of toys, games, and model trains from various eras.

What else to visit
In and around Colmar

Eguisheim (5.75 km)

Journey to the heart of Alsace and discover Eguisheim, a fairy-tale village of cobblestone streets and vibrant half-timbered houses, crowned as one of the "Most Beautiful Villages in France."

Kayserberg (9.42 km)

Kaysersberg, situated along the Alsace Wine Route in France, exudes a storybook charm. With its timber-framed buildings, medieval castle, and meandering river, it's a picturesque village that has often been heralded as one of the most beautiful in France.

Riquewihr (10.13 km)

Nestled in the heart of Alsace's wine country, Riquewihr is a timeless gem, where cobblestone streets, half-timbered houses, and a rich history blend seamlessly to create an enchanting, fairy-tale ambiance.

Château du Haut-Kœnigsbourg (18.49 km)

Perched high in the Vosges Mountains, the Château du Haut-Kœnigsbourg stands as a sentinel of time, narrating tales of medieval knights, noble lords, and ancient battles, all while offering panoramic vistas of Alsace.

Mulhouse (36.31 km)

Unearth the industrial heart and colorful history of Mulhouse, an underrated gem in the picturesque Alsace region of France.

St. Anton (36.74 km)

St. Anton am Arlberg is an Austrian gem, famous for its ski slopes, beautiful alpine scenery and lively après-ski scene. A place where tradition meets modern adventure.

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