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
90 minutes
Nautiland
Nautiland
Waterfalls, geysers, toboggans, sauna...
Church of St Nicolas
Church of St Nicolas
A Gothic church with remarkable 18C
15 minutes
Ancient Oak Tree
Ancient Oak Tree
A botanic path, fitness course and
120 minutes
Church of St Georges
Church of St Georges
This sanctuary dating back to the 12C
15 minutes