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- Saint-Matthews Protestant Church
- Unterlinden Museum
- Colmar Expo
- Bartholdi Museum
- The Dominican Church
- House of the Heads
- Collegiale St-Martin
- Museum of Toys and Little Trains
- Little Venice
- Colmar Christmas Market
- Rue de Turenne Bridge
- Espace d'Art Contemporain Andre Malraux
- Saint-Martin Collegiate Church
- Eglise St-Martin
- Musee du Jouet et du Petit Train
- Musée Vauban
- Pfister House
- Musée du Jouet
- Maison zum Kragen
Best hotels in Colmar
At the crossroads of German and French history, few towns have preserved their heritage as well as Colmar, in the French province of Alsace. Explore a truly magical city that is located in a great wine producing region by choosing one of the Colmar hotels available via Hotels.com. The city is filled with fine accommodation options, no matter what your budget is or how many people you plan to travel with. Hotels.com makes it simple to find exactly what you need - with useful information about all of the facilities on offer as well as photographs of sample rooms and location maps showing precisely where every hotel is situated. We also include informative reviews by previous visitors, so you can be certain that the hotel you book is right for your party. Book now, and you can also secure huge discounts on Colmar hotels via Hotels.com.
What's Colmar Like?
Located in the middle of the Alsace wine region, Colmar is a charming medieval town with plenty to see and do. The city center has hardly been touched by war or revolution, and retains a timeless feel. With its lattice work of canals that branch off the river Lauch, Colmar is something like a French version of Venice, and walking around the old town is a magical experience. Historical buildings are everywhere, with highlights including the Maison Pfister and the stunning Church of St Martin, while the city's squares are adorned with countless sculptures and fountains. There are also many wonderful museums to visit, such as the Unterlinden Museum and a museum dedicated to the sculptor Bartholdi, one of Colmar's most famous sons. Then there are regional sights - not least the vineyards of Alsace which produce some of Europe's finest wines.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Colmar
Colmar has a definite small-town sensibility, meaning its people are welcoming and very proud of the place they live. Being so close to the German border, the locals will often be proficient in both French and German, while English is also common, so you should get along just fine. A great way to dive into local culture is by joining a wine tour organized by local guides. You should also ask locals for their food recommendations. From meat stews like Baeckeoffe to asparagus tarts, Alsatian food will have something for everyone. Christmas is a great time to visit as well, with the locals putting on a fantastic festive market and marking the season with celebrations throughout December. But Colmar hotels are a great choice all year-round, so enjoy this fine destination by booking with Hotels.com today.