Chateau d'Isenbourg Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Route de Pfaffenheim, Colmar, 68250, France
Chateau d'Isenbourg
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Getting around in Colmar

by springchick27

We will be in Colmar for a very short period of time; perhaps 6 hours. What is the best way to make the most of our time?

Re: Getting around in Colmar

by JLBG

I was in Colmar two weeks ago. Six hours is plenty of time to visit the whole city which is not that large. Go first to the Tourist office, they will give you a city map. Park your car and walk!

Re: Getting around in Colmar

by Ladymarian1

Colmar is a very walkable town and very pretty. Do take a boat ride [well sort of punt/canoe] which takes about an hour and you get the tickets in the bar beside the canal. There were plenty of nice bakers - and plenty of restaurants - sorry can't recommend one. Have fun. Plenty of nice little villages outside Colmar too - do beware if you're driving of the new German emission policy which certain towns require you to get your car fitted with a sticker otherwise you cop multiple fines - there are some towns near Colmar, and the list seems to be constantly extending.

Re: Getting around in Colmar

by springchick27

Thanks. It's nice to have a view point from someone who has been there before.

Re: Getting around in Colmar

by springchick27

Good to know. Thanks for replying so quickly. Appreciate it!

Re: Getting around in Colmar

by ABQ_Hugh

I know this is an older thread but i wanted to add something.

The TRACE [Colmar transportation] website shows you just one small 225x225 pixel square of the bus map at a time. THis URL displays the entire map in a browser window:

http://www.geocities.com/get_outta_dodge/images/maps/colmar-busmap.htm

Re: Getting around in Colmar

by lindanne

What exactly does it mean re the German emission policy + getting a special sticker for one's car?

Re: Getting around in Colmar

by lindanne

What exactly does it mean re the new German emission policy + getting a special sticker for one's car?
Thanks for any advice about this.

Travel Tips for Colmar

Churches

by Kate-Me

In Colmar you'll find the Dominican's Church and the Saint-Martin's Church - both are examples of Gothic architecture.
We paid a short visit to both but I enjoyed St-Martin's in the Old Town best.

Quartier de Pecheurs

by german_eagle

The "Fishermen's quarter" is located right between the Tanners quarter and Little Venice. Fishermen and -merchants sold all sorts of fish and seafood here until mid 20th century.

Again very picturesque, colourful timber-framed townhouses. They were restored 1978 - 81.

Glory in the Details

by ExGuyParis

Another glimpse of the incredible detail in Grünewald's Altarpiece in the Musée d'Unterlinden. This image is from the Resurrection panel.

We spent hours in the museum; it was not at all crowded, so we could savor the wonders of this masterpiece.

Customs House

by rexvaughan

I just had to get one more photo of this place in. It shows more of the magnificent tiled roof. The beauty of the architecture in this town is breathtaking. I am grateful that the Allies decided not to bomb it during WWII!

Town Walk - 7 - Pfister house

by robertbaum

"A jewel of the Renaissance, this residence was built in 1537 for Ludwig Scherer, a wealthy hatter from Besancon. The paintings that decorate the facade, attributed to Christian Vacksterffer, represent the Germanic Emperors of the 16th century, the Evangelists, the Church Fathers, allegorical figures, and biblical characters and scenes. Its current name comes from the merchant Francois-Xavier Pfister, who acquired it in 1841."

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 Chateau d'Isenbourg Hotel

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Address: Route de Pfaffenheim, Colmar, 68250, France