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La Bresse is 
in northeastern France, within the Lorraine region. The city and the area surrounding it is filled with historical artifacts, monuments, and buildings. The Murbach Abbey can be found in the region, it's origins dating back to the 700's. In nearby Domremy is perhaps the region's most famous attraction, the birthplace of Joan of Arc. For those looking for a day or two away from the historical sites, the Alsace Wine Route leads you through many of the beautiful villages near La Bresse. For as long as you experience this picturesque region of eastern France, relax in one of the suggested La Bresse hotels. offers a host of various hotel accommodations through their website. You can chose from simple one star hotels all the way up to award winning five star locations; no matter your budget, you'll find the right hotel for you.

What's La Bresse Like?

After its construction, the Murbach Abbey served as one of the most powerful and influential buildings in the region. It remained in use until the 18th century when it finally lost its status after a century of service. Today little remains from the original work with just some of the church dating from the 12th century remaining. A short drive from La Bresse is the city of Domremy-la-Pucelle, the birthplace of Joan of Arc. The house she was born in is open to tours as is an interpretive center dedicated to the famed heroine. The museum is dedicated to the town's history as well as the ceramic work of Theodore Deck who lived there in the 19th century. The Alsace Wine Route runs through the area and is an excellent way to both sample the wine of the area and experience many of the smaller villages.

Tips for Getting Along with the Locals in La Bresse

In addition to their wine, the region is also known for brewing beer in the German style thanks to its proximity to Germany. As expected, French is spoken exclusively in La Bresse. Even if you aren't a fluent speaker, locals always appreciate visitors who learn some simple phrases to start their conversations with. You can expect a friendlier and more helpful response to your questions too! Whether you've come for the history or the wine routes, returning to a hotel every night is a great way to end the day.'s website includes high resolution photos of every offered hotel and independent reviews written by previous guests so you can rest easy knowing you're getting exactly what you want. To book with, either go online of download their free mobile smartphone app.