Hostellerie du Chateau Colmar

2 place du chateau St Leon IX, 68420 Eguisheim, France
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Forum Posts

baggage services from Strasbourg to Colmar

by robmc52

Hi

We plan to walk from Obernai to colmar staying in Gites and B and B s. Is there any company that will transport luggage either from hotel to hotel or from Strasbourg to Colmar?

Thanks

Re: baggage services from Strasbourg to Colmar

by K_V_B

SNCF has a "bagages a domicile" service, that will transport your luggage from one address to another, so from one hotel to another will not be a problem.

http://www.voyages-sncf.com/tgv/services_tgv/bagages-domicile/

Travel Tips for Colmar

Five Christmas Markets.

by breughel

The traditional Christmas Markets of Colmar, on different squares, are for me a standard of what a Christmas market should be:
A glitter of decorations and magic lightings,
Products responding to art and tradition qualitative criteria.

In Colmar regional craftsmanship, local products and the traditional cakes, pastries and confectionary of Christmas are indeed promoted.

The five markets with their small market houses are like mini villages where it is pleasant to walk. They have their own identity.

1° The Christmas market located on the "Place des Dominicains" is dominated by the 14th century church with magnificent stained-glass windows illuminated at nightfall.
2° The market which is inside the "Koïfhus" presents in its ceremonial rooms art objects in a historical medieval setting.
3° Outside the Koïfhus is the one located on "Place de l’Ancienne Douane" along the river.
4° The market on the "Place Jeanne d’Arc" offers a selection of handcrafted and local food products.
5° In the Petite Venise district is a market dedicated to children with a lot of gifts, sweets and animations.

Open from 25/11 - 31/12, from 14 - 19 h.
Closed on 25/12.

Friday open 10 - 20 h.
Saturday 10 - 21 h.
26/12 open 10 - 20 h.
24/12 & 31/12 open 10 - 17 h.
Free.
The traditional Christmas Markets

Art Nouveau

by JLBG

Colmar is not only half timber houses (they have even very modern building!) but nevertheless, it was amazing to discover in the old city center an Art Nouveau houses standing oddly between half-timbered houses.

Musée Bartholdi

by Binegars1990

Statue of Liberty sculptor Frédéric-Auguste Bartholdi was born in Colmar in 1834. This small, memento-filled museum is in the house where he was born. It has Statue of Liberty rooms containing plans and scale models, and documents related to its construction and other works regarding U.S. history. Bartholdi's Paris apartment, with furniture and memorabilia, has been reconstructed here. The museum supplements its exhibits with paintings of Egyptian scenes that Bartholdi collected during his travels in 1856.

Hours Wed-Mon 10am-noon and 2-6pm
Prices Admission 4.10€ ($5.35) adults, 2.50€ ($3.25) students and children 12-18, free for children under 12
Season Closed Jan-Feb, May 1, Nov 1, and Dec 25

Walk To Two Paired Scenes On Jesus' Life

by hquittner

When the outer surface of the retable was originally opened, a set of four panels came into view. Today the lateral pair are shown together and nearby the middle two are presented. The viewer must supply the sequence as he wishes. In correct sequence the first on the left is an Annunciation, next an Angel's Concert, then a Mary and Child Newborn Alone and lastly an unusually Rising from the Tomb. Each panel is both restrained and intense and subtly has associated stories in the scenes. Enjoy this.

Maison des Tetes

by rexvaughan

The House of Heads is a beautiful if somewhat spooky building with over 100 heads (masks) on the facade. It was built in the early 1600s for a wealthy local merchant and in the 19th Century became the wine exchange. Since then it has featured the statue of the cooper (barrel maker) on top. This statue was done by local sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi who also did the Statue of Liberty. In my home town we have a delightful and delicious restaurant called Cafe Alsace. I am proud to say that they have a framed copy of this photograph in the restaurant.

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Address: 2 place du chateau St Leon IX, 68420 Eguisheim, France