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...more
This is a member of the Logis de France chain and can be booked through the Logis web site. The URL...more
When you dirve through this charming little village and notice the Gilg, you are expecting an old...more
133, rue de la Vallée, Barr, 67140, France
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Business
It's a family run restaurant, wam and cozy inside . . . or you can eat outside at an umbrella table. There are lots of locals here. The cooking is definitely more German than French . . . hearty German fare!The tart of the day is displayed as you walk in and it's hard to eat the meal knowing you have to save room for that tart. They had blueberry...more
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Market every Saturday.
May fair on the 1st Saturday of May.
Local fair preceding Sunday and following Sunday of July 14th , Bastille day.
Wine Fair on July 15th .
The 1st Sunday of October celebration of the grape harvests.
Fair of Saint Martin's on the Saturday following November 11th.
Situated on the northern outskirts of the town of Barr, the Kirchberg extends over 40,63 ha of the Vosges foothills to the east of the Champ-du-Feu massif, at an elevation ranging from 215 to 315 metres, with a beautiful southeast exposure. Kirchberg Grand Cru wines reveal great nobility. Less precocious than those of other vineyards, they need...more
On this pretty little square, which is formed by the intersection of two streets, we found a very cute cafe to have a cup of coffee. What attracted us was a window decorated with numerous different hand-made cakes.... mmmmm..... yummm! :))) So the choice was made! But the girls working there was so nice, that when we were leaving the place, they...more
This was the Main square (as we named it :))), where we stopped and dropped our car (a part of it can be seen on the pic ;))) in order to be more flexible and free to explore the town. By the way, on this very square was a nice little shop with local crafts, it was run by a very nice lady, who produced 70% of the goods herself. That day we and...more