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. Read more

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Nestled in a verdant valley between vineyards and mountains, Kaysersberg offers a blend of rich history and Alsatian culture. Its medieval character is evident in its narrow cobblestone streets, old houses, and fortifications. The presence of the Kaysersberg Castle, looming above the village, recounts tales of ancient wars and knightly valor. Additionally, the town's location in the Alsace wine-growing region means that viniculture plays a vital role in its culture and economy.
A visit to Kaysersberg is like stepping into a medieval fairy tale, where every alley, house, and monument has a story to tell. Whether you're a history enthusiast, wine lover, or simply a traveler seeking tranquility, Kaysersberg promises a memorable experience.

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What to do in Kayserberg

Kaysersberg Castle

The ruins of this 12th-century castle offer panoramic views of the village, vineyards, and surrounding Vosges mountains.

Sainte-Croix Church

A mix of Gothic and Romanesque architecture, this church boasts a striking bell tower and beautiful stained-glass windows.

Albert Schweitzer Museum

Dedicated to the Nobel Peace Prize laureate, this museum provides insights into the life and work of Albert Schweitzer, who was born in Kaysersberg.

Pont Fortifié (Fortified Bridge)

An iconic symbol of the village, this stone bridge spans the Weiss River and is flanked by two impressive towers.

Local Vineyards

Experience the Alsace wine culture by touring local vineyards and tasting the renowned wines, especially the Pinot Gris of Kaysersberg.

Historic Market Place

The heart of the village, this square is surrounded by timbered houses and hosts various events throughout the year.

Maison Faller - Confiserie des Hautes Vosges

A traditional confectionery shop, it's the perfect place to sample regional sweets and pastries.

Fontaine Constantin

A beautiful Renaissance fountain located in the center of the village, symbolizing its historic charm.

Walking Trails

Explore the scenic beauty of the region through various walking paths that meander through vineyards and forests.

Christmas Market

If visiting in December, the Kaysersberg Christmas market is a must. The festive ambiance, local crafts, and seasonal treats make it a magical experience.

What else to visit
In and around Kayserberg

Riquewihr (4.1 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.

Colmar (9.42 km)

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.

Eguisheim (11.51 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."

Château du Haut-Kœnigsbourg (13.7 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 (42.65 km)

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

St. Anton (43.02 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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