Haguenau
The Essential
Interesting
Tucked away deep in the forest and built around the castle of Frederick Hohenstaufen (called "One-Eye) in the 12C, the town of Haguenau has since become the second biggest town of the Bas-Rhin and a leading industrial and economic centre. The town suffered artillery damage during the winter of 1944-45 but maintained its beautiful buildings and rustic charm. Motor sports fans may know that is the birthplace of Sébastien Loeb, while the dense forest loved by hikers, is the source of many legends and of the region's raw materials.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Haguenau

History Museum of Haguenau
History Museum of Haguenau
Haguenau
1:30
Ancient Oak Tree
Ancient Oak Tree
Haguenau
2:00
Nautiland
Nautiland
Haguenau
2:00
Church of St Nicolas
Church of St Nicolas
Haguenau
0:15
Church of St Georges
Church of St Georges
Haguenau
0:15