Things to see and do - Wissembourg
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Wissembourg Travel guide
Wissembourg : Michelin's recommendations
Its history marked by sieges, disasters and acts of war (an 1870 battle is named after it), it is miraculous that the town of Wissembourg is so well preserved. A stroll along the ramparts, in the old quarters and the area called “Little Venice” reveals 70 pre-1700 houses and the imposing church of St Peter and St Paul, the second largest in Alsace after Strasbourg’s cathedral.
Tourist attractions Wissembourg : Things to see and do
The Gauls called the Vosges the "mountain of wild bulls". Still today the Northern Vosges Nature Reserve, which lies within the triangle formed between Wissembourg-Saverne-Volmunster, is teeming with a variety of wildlife (including stags, ..
Avenue de la Sous-Préfecture
This 13C Gothic church, made of sandstone, was originally a 7C Benedictine monastery. A square bell-tower, a vestige of the earlier Romanesque church adjoins the right side of the building. The heads were removed from its statues and its paintings de..
Place de la République
Built of pink sandstone from 1741 to 1752, with a pediment, small tower and clock, to plans by Massol, it replaced the old Rathaus which burned down in a fire on 25 January 1677. It offers a pleasant view of the flower beds in the foreground with the..
16 rue Vauban F - 67160 Wissembourg
Ideally located near the German border, Citotel Hôtel d’Alsace features plain and cosy accommodation in the picturesque Alsace region. Attentive staff will try their best to help you make the most of your stay and enjoy sites and attractions such as..
12, Place de la République F - 67160 Wissembourg
Prix Prices from : 66 €
Located just 5 km from the vineyards in Cleebourg, La Couronne à Wissembourg offers a traditional French restaurant with a terrace open during summer. An LCD TV features in the contemporary guest rooms. Free Wi-Fi access and a telephone are provided..
3, Rue du Sel F - 67160 Wissembourg
Prix Prices from : 70 €
Located in Wissembourg, 2 kilometres from the German border, this hotel features en suite rooms with free Wi-Fi, a traditional restaurant and a leisure room with books and board games. The Tourist Office is 60 metres away. Provided with a telephone ..
3 rue du Sel F - 67160 Wissembourg
A classic winstub on one side, a Renaissance Alsace-style dining area with lovely wood panelling on the other, and in both cases, tasty traditional cuisine that varies with the seasons that keeps customers coming back for more.
2 rue de la République F - 67160 WISSEMBOURG
This restaurant's speciality is excellent homemade choucroute , which you can enjoy in one of two atmospheres: Alsatian or classic. The more modern dishes on offer in this 1617 building are also delicious.
1 rue Principale F - 67160 Wissembourg
Come to this grand old house for a warm welcome and traditional dishes served in an opulent setting. The daily specials are served in the winstub bar.
3 rue de la République F - 67160 Wissembourg
In the heart of the 'Little Venice' quarter, this former local butcher's has been turned into a chic bistro. Diners flock here to tuck into the creations of the chef, who is truly passionate about ingredients. The ultimate here is to dine on the terr..
2 rue de la Walk F - 67160 Wissembourg
This rustic styled restaurant specialises in foie gras in all its shapes and flavours. It also pays tribute to traditional cuisine (veal cutlets and spaetzle, salmon, käseknepfle in butter, etc) and good wine.