The old town center is known for its quaint canals lined with cafes and shops. Many visitors love to explore the winding alleyways and admire Colmar's stunning architecture. Another popular activity is wine tasting at one of the nearby vineyards in Alsace's famous wine region.
Notable sites include La Petite Venise (Little Venice), which features colorful colored buildings along a canal reminiscent of Italy's Grand Canal; The House Pfister, a 16th century landmark building with ornate Renaissance style facades; The Unterlinden Museum featuring art from medieval times to modern day; and Bartholdi Park where you can find a statue dedicated to famous sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi.
No matter what you choose to do in Colmar, it will be an unforgettable experience!
Photos from the community
Petit Train Touristique de Colmar, The Fishmonger District, La Petite Venise, Musée du Jouet, Bibliothèque municipale, Parc Méquillet, Murphy's, Wolfberger – Boutique de Colmar, Museum of Natural History and Ethnography, Dominican Church, St Martin's Church, The Roesselmann Fountain
La Petite Venise, The Fishmonger District, L'Ackerhof, B&B Hôtel Colmar Parc Des Expositions, Auberge Du Lac, Café Rapp, Bibliothèque Europe, Espace D'Art Contemporain André Malraux, Léon De Bruxelles, Filo Tempo, Wok 168, Hôtel Du Ladhof, Restaurant Du Ladhof, Courte Paille, Musée Des Usines Municipales, Restaurant "Waldeslust", Auberge Du Neuland, Auberge Du Dachsbuhl