A morning Walking Tour in Colmar, Alsace

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Yesterday morning Pierre took Jodie from Australia on a Walking Tour in the old town of Colmar. It was a beautiful day and we took great pleasure in discovering the old town of Colmar with its many half-timbered houses built by the nobility and aristocracy from the 14th to the 17th centuries.

Here are a few photos of sites we discovered yesterday morning on our Walking Tour of the historic town of Colmar in Alsace:

The Gothic portal of the Dominican Convent:

 The clock of the Colmar Collegiate church:

Colmar’s oldest house, the Adolf House (1350): 

 The Zum Kragen House with a polychrome wooden statue depicting a bearded Renaissance character:

The Pfister House one of the most beautiful bourgeois residences built in Alsace:

An accordionist playing in front of the Old Customs House (or Ancienne Douane):

A decorated window shop on Rue des Tanneurs:

A general view of La Petite Venise district (the Little Venice):

The half-timbered façades on Quai de la Poissonnerie:

The Quai de la Poissonnerie:

The narrow pedestrian street of rue de la Poissonnerie:

Rue de la Herse in the Krutenau district:

The great view of the Little Venice from Pont Saint-Pierre:

Find out more about the old town of Colmar.

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Pierre is a French/Australian who is passionate about France and its culture. He grew up in France and Germany and has also lived in Australia and England. In 2014 he moved back to Europe from Sydney with his wife and daughter to be closer to their families and to France. He has a background teaching French and holds a Master of Translating and Interpreting English-French with the degree of Master of International Relations and a degree of Economics and Management.

2 Comments

    • Hi Steve,
      Thank you for your email.
      Unfortunately I am currently in Annecy (French Alps) and won’t be available in Colmar for the 5 May.
      I wish you a great stay in Alsace!
      Pierre

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