Things to see and do - Turckheim
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Turckheim Travel guide
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To get to Turckheim, take the road through Niedermorschwihr; beyond, a small town enclosed by ramparts with old rooftops and a bell tower with multi-coloured tiles hoves into view. With its storks' nests and Brand grand cru wine, it is difficult to imagine that Turckheim was once a battlefield. However, it was at the gates of the town that Turenne mercilessly crushed the Imperial invaders in 1675.
Tourist attractions Turckheim : Things to see and do
This old municipal hostelry was renovated by the town in 1620. It has an attractive loggia with carved beams.
quai de la Fecht
Facing Quai de la Fecht, the gateway opens onto a massive, four-sided, 14C tower with a storks' nest.
This square is lined with old houses. On the right is the barrack-room with a fountain just in front. At the far end of the square, the town hall has a Renaissance gable. The old church is surmounted by a tower with Romanesque foundations.
29 rue Romaine F - 68230 Turckheim
Prix Prices from : 85 €
Located along the Alsace Wine Route, a 10-minute walk from the centre of Turckheim, this hotel offers free Wi-Fi and an on-site restaurant and bar. Guests can borrow bicycles for free during their stay. The guest rooms are equipped with a flat-scree..
8 Grand Rue F - 68230 Turckheim
The Auberge du Brand is a typical Alsatian house located in the medieval town of Turckheim, close to the city of Colmar, in the heart of Alsace. The inn has personalized rooms, equipped with TV and free Wi-Fi internet access. The restaurant of the ..
3 Rue Du Conseil F - 68230 Turckheim
Located in the centre of Turckheim in Alsace at the door of the Munster Valley, Hôtel des Deux Clefs is a charming hotel that dates back to the 15th century. Guestrooms combine comfort and charm to provide a warm, rustic atmosphere perfect for a r..
19 Grand-Rue F - 68230 Turckheim
Maryon and John run this establishment according to the best culinary traditions. John's cuisine is neither too fussy, nor too traditional but just right. The friendly, lively atmosphere is both rustic and colourful. Just what you would expect from a..