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    Day 3

    131 mi0.4 mi

    Walks and Excursions

    You're heading south. You will visit many historical sights as well as plunge into the culture and history of these places on interesting excursions.
    0.9 mi
    10 min
    Dussourd
    08:301 hr

    Dussourd

    Restaurant
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    Early in the morning, you should go for breakfast to a small and cozy place called Dussourd. It is located in the heart of the city and forms an authentic landscape of local streets. It serves traditional and everyone's favorite breakfast food, namely a variety of desserts, salads, and sandwiches.
    Please note, that the café is closed on Sundays.
    0.2 mi
    5 min
    Unterlinden Museum
    10:001 hr 30 min

    Unterlinden Museum

    Landmark
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    Since the heyday (12th - 17th centuries), not only the core of the Old Town has been preserved here, but also priceless works of art.
    The Isenheim Altar by Matisse Nithardt, the jewel in the Unterlinden Museum collection.
    Please, note, that the museum is closed on Tuesdays.
    0.2 mi
    5 min
    Dominican Church
    12:0045 min

    Dominican Church

    Landmark
    Open Details
    The Dominican Church in Colmar is located on Dominican Square. It is the second most important religious building in the city after St. Martin's Church.
    The church is famous for its Madonna in the rose pavilion created by Martin Schongauer.
    26.7 mi
    40 min
    Musée National de l'Automobile
    13:301 hr 30 min

    Musée National de l'Automobile

    Museum
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    Technical connoisseurs are particularly keen on Mulhouse: the museums here represent the history of the French railway, electricity, printed fabrics and wallpaper making.
    The National Automobile Museum exhibits hundreds of models of European automobiles, which are now antique.
    1.4 mi
    10 min
    Engel's Coffee
    15:151 hr

    Engel's Coffee

    Bookstore
    Open Details
    After long and interesting excursions, you just need to take a short break for a cup of strong coffee. Engel's Coffee will be perfect for this. Here there is a cozy and soothing atmosphere inherent in many French restaurants, as well as excellent coffee and desserts are served.
    Please, note, that the café is closed on Sundays.
    42.3 mi
    1 hr 10 min
    Colline Notre Dame du Haut
    17:301 hr

    Colline Notre Dame du Haut

    Landmark
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    The freeway provides quick access to former fortified settlements at the Burgundy Gate in the historic province of France-Comté. Belfort beneath the Vosges guarded these places from unwanted intrusions.
    The Chapel of Noty-Dame-du-Haut near Ronschanne, built by Le Corbusier in 1955, became a place of pilgrimage not only for Christians, but also for those interested in architecture.
    21.4 mi
    40 min
    Château Montbéliard
    19:3030 min

    Château Montbéliard

    Museum
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    Montbellier at the foothills of the Jura Mountains is interesting with his castle.
    All the fortress buildings in this area were rebuilt and expanded by Woland, Marshal and architect Louis XIV after the Peace of Versailles (1648) and the annexation of Alsace to France.
    Note, that in the evening the castle is closed for visitors, but you still can have a nice walk around admiring the glorious architecture.
    38.2 mi
    50 min
    Le Caseus
    21:001 hr

    Le Caseus

    Restaurant
    Open Details
    There is nothing more pleasant than to spend an evening dining in a cozy and quiet restaurant. In Le Caseus you can find many dishes of French cuisine, a special place in the menu takes fondue of different kinds, as well as different salads and snacks.
    Please note that the restaurant is closed on Sundays.
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