Haguenau The Essential
Interesting
Amid ferns, blueberries, hornbeam and alder, a marked pathway leads to the Arbogast oak, supposedly marking the site of a 5C hermitage. This forest made Haguenau's fortune by enabling villages of potters to become established. But it was Frederick Hohenstaufen ("One-Eye") who founded the small town and gave it its name. He built a castle called "Haugenow" (the fortification by the river) on an island on the River Moder.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Haguenau
History Museum
History Museum
In an imposing building, abundant
1:30
Nautiland
Nautiland
Waterfalls, geysers, toboggans, sauna...
Church of St Nicolas
Church of St Nicolas
A Gothic church with remarkable 18C
0:15
Ancient Oak Tree
Ancient Oak Tree
A botanic path, fitness course and
2:00
Church of St Georges
Church of St Georges
This sanctuary dating back to the 12C
0:15