Colmar in the Alsace Region of France is known for being one of the best preserved cities in all of Europe, having survived the World Wars, the French Revolution, and the Hundred Years War. The town is located approximately 125 km (1.5h drive) from Baden-Baden, Germany and about 65 km from the Swiss border. It was pretty much the ideal town to explore on our way to the Jungfrau Region of Switzerland and one more place to mark off my bucket list of places to visit in Europe. While the drive on the German Autobahn was quite uneventful (other than my breaking new records fastest I’ve driven), the drive along the French countryside was quite scenic with its vineyards and small towns.
While I can’t quite relate my experience of Colmar in my imagery, I can leave you with some of my memoirs. Here are some of my images from that lovely Sunday in Colmar. I just can’t wait to go back!
Have you been to Colmar? What is your favorite French village/town?
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Sunday Stroll in Colmar(FR)
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