Things to see and do - Haguenau
Unmissable tourist sites
Haguenau Travel guide
Haguenau : Michelin's recommendations
Amid ferns, blueberries, hornbeam and alder, a marked pathway leads to the Arbogast oak, supposedly marking the site of a 5C hermitage. This forest made Haguenau's fortune by enabling villages of potters to become established. But it was Frederick Hohenstaufen (“One-Eye”) who founded the small town and gave it its name. He built a castle called “Haugenow” (the fortification by the river) on an island on the River Moder.
Tourist attractions Haguenau : Things to see and do
9 rue du Mar.-Foch F - 67500 Haguenau
In an imposing building, abundant collections of prehistoric and Roman objects, medieval sculptures, Alsatian coins and medals and the ceramic collections of the Hannong family who owned a factory in Haguenau.
206 Grand'Rue F - 67500 Haguenau
A Gothic church with remarkable 18C wainscotting on the pulpit, organ case and choir stalls, taken from the old Neubourg abbey. There are four fine Baroque statues at the choir entrance, representing St Augustin, St Ambroise, St Gregory and St Jerome..
8 r. des Dominicains F - 67500 Haguenau
Waterfalls, geysers, toboggans, sauna... all the benefits of water.
12, Rue Saint Exupéry F - 67500 Haguenau
The Champ Alsace is situated near l'Aérodrome de Haguenau, 30 kilometres north of Strasbourg. It offers individually-themed rooms with air-conditioning, flat-screen cable TV and free Wi-Fi. Each room also includes a telephone and a private bathroom ..
2 chemin de la Sandlach F - 67500 HAGUENAU
"The ibis Haguenau Strasbourg Nord hotel is situated 1.2 miles (2 km) from the historic city center of Haguenau and 20 minutes from Strasbourg and the new designer village at Roppenheim. Close to the Kirrwiller Royal Palace Music Hall, Lalique M..
1, rue Saint Georges F - 67500 Haguenau
Prix Prices from : 81 €
Hôtel Champ' Alsace Centre is situated in the centre of Haguenau in the Alsace region, opposite the train station. Free private parking and bicycle storage are available on site. Each individually decorated guest room at Hôtel Champ’ Alsace Centre i..
1 r. Rothbach F - 67500 Marienthal
This restaurant is run by a Japanese couple who are passionate about French cuisine. It combines tradition and minimalism (exposed beams, stained glass, neutral colours) and serves rich, contemporary food.
16 route de la Redoute F - 67500 Haguenau
Cast your eye over the elegant Renaissance-style ceiling in the restaurant. Then savour the good classic cuisine, which is rather refined. Fish takes pride of place.
avenue du Professeur-Leriche F - 67500 Haguenau