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Last Updated: 19 August 2023

Yesterday morning, Pierre took Jodie from Australia on a Walking Tour in the old town of Colmar. In the afternoon, we continued our discovery of this beautiful part of France with a visit to Kaysersberg, one of our favourite places in Alsace. Here’s a brief account of our walking tour in Kaysersberg, with photos taken on the ground!


A Walking Tour in Kaysersberg

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


Kaysersberg above the vineyards:


The colourful half-timbered houses on rue de l’ancienne gendarmerie: 


A local cat:


A beautiful bourgeois house built on rue de la Commanderie:


The Weiss River seen from rue du Collège:


Rue de l’Oberhof: 


A beautiful view of the Weiss River from the fortified bridge of Kaysersberg:


The castle overlooking the old town – a view from the fortified bridge:


A flowered window of the Badus:


The narrow street of rue des forgerons:


The Weiss River:


Along the main street – rue du Général de Gaulle:


Find out more about the old town of Kaysersberg.

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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. He has a background teaching French, Economics and Current Affairs, 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. Pierre is the author of Discovery Courses and books about France.

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