Kaysersberg The Essential
Recommended
Little has changed in the birthplace of Albert Schweitzer. The town is still medieval in feel, with old houses, the ruins of a castle, a fine altarpiece in the church of Ste Croix, a Renaissance well, a fortified bridge, and so on. What is new is that in 1975 Schlossberg was the first wine to earn the label "grand cru d'Alsace", the Christmas market has become one of the most famous in the region, and an arts centre named after Schweitzer has been built.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Kaysersberg
Ste-Croix Church
Ste-Croix Church
Some capitals of the Romanesque portal
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Fortified Bridge
Fortified Bridge
It has a crenelated parapet and even a
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Town Hall
Town Hall
It was built in Renaissance style
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The Albert-Schweitzer Museum
The Albert-Schweitzer Museum
Located next to the house where he was
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