Each wine village is charming and they are all amazingly different. It's fun to forget visiting museums and wineries and just walk through the little towns wandering the streets.
You will see colorful half-timbered houses and most of the year flowers filling boxes at all the windows and surrounding fountains in town squares.
This is tourist country so there are many restaurants, most with a distinctly German flare. Prepare to enjoy all your meals! We've had the occasional poor meal in France, but never in Alsace.
At one place in town there is a small canal running along the street. I suppose there used to be tanners in this area. Today it is just lovely but probably not useful.
The " Folie Marco's ", an ancient hotel with its frontages and roofs, its interior staircase and its pavilions of angle of style Louis XV, now a museum of Alsatian middle class furniture from the 17th to the 19th century, from Renaissance to Empire and Restoration style.
On Town Hall square, the building of the Town Hall dating from the 17th century with its richly decorated frontages, its roofs and its loggia, a double staircase and wooden galleries.(1640)