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Unlike most of the interesting places to visit in Alsace, Haguenau is not a little village anymore, but it's medieval city center is still there and has survived the many many conflicts that have passed through.
And Haguenau is very close to some other very interesting places to visit in Alsace!
Medieval castles, military history sites, wine, and Alsatian culture...all very nearby...
In fact, if you're interested in this part of Alsace, Haguenau hotels are a good central location to use as a base for short day trips in northern Alsace.
And if you're staying in any city in Alsace with a train station, here's another town you can visit by train.
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Haguenau is only 20 minutes outside of Strasbourg and less than an hour from Colmar. It has a train station so it's easy to reach if you're travelling by train.
All distances given are the approximate distance from the center of Haguenau.
Villages with a * have a train stop or train station.
Betschdorf and Soufflenheim
(1) 9 miles/15 km (2) 8 miles/13 km
If you're interested in seeing more of that adorable Alsatian pottery, you need to make a trip to Betschdorf (1) and Soufflenheim (2). First off, you can visit the artists themselves and possibly find something unique and original. Not to mention that these villages have been producing pottery since Roman times.
The Maginot Line
(1) 14 miles/22 km (2) 16 miles/26 km
Fort Schoenenbourg (1) and Four à Chaux (2) are two forts on the Maginot Line in Alsace that are open to the public. There are a lot of bunkers and other buildings that were a part of the Maginot Line on the northern Alsace border as well...
Hunspach* and Seebach
(1) 15 miles/24 km (2) 16 miles/25 km
Hunspach (1) and Seebach (2) are two very beautiful Alsatian villages known for being very Alsatian. Seebach has a summer festival that recreates a traditional Alsatian wedding. It attracts tens of thousands of people every year. Both villages are very proud of their Alsatian heritage and display it prominently.
Niederbronn les Bains*
15 miles/24 km
Niederbronn les Bains as you might guess from the name is the source of a natural mineral spring. People have been coming here since Roman times. If you've never been to a French natural spring, here's your chance to relax a little and experience something new and different...
19 miles/30 km
Fleckenstein is an unusual castle built in the 12th century. It's so unusual mainly because quite a lot of the castle was carved out of rock...including staircases! It's very kid friendly with lots to see and do.
Northern Alsace Wine Road*
19 miles/31 km
This is a lesser known section of the Alsace Wine Road near Wissembourg. You'll need a car to visit the four major villages of this section of the wine road: Rott, Steinseltz, Reidseltz*, Oberhoffen and Cleebourg. If you're looking for "off the beaten path" Alsace, this is it...
20 miles/32 km
Lichtenberg is the name of a small village and its 13th century castle. Unlike most of the castles in Alsace, it was not destroyed by Louis XIV and the 30 Years War, but it was damaged by the Franco Prussian War in 1870. It has been renovated and is available for visiting most of the year.
20 miles/33 km
Just in case you didn't already know...Strasbourg is the capital of Alsace. It has a gothic cathedral that you can climb to the top of (if you think you've got what it takes), 16th and 17th century historic neighborhoods, at least 12 museums, shopping, and everything else.
20 miles/32 km
Wissembourg is a charming small town on the northern Alsace border. It's just as charming and beautiful as the more famous villages on the wine road. In fact, there are a few wine road villages very close by if you're interested!
La Petite Pierre
25 miles/40 km
La Petite Pierre also known as Luetzelstein is a small village in the northern Vosges mountains in Alsace with a 12th century castle and a lot of interesting and unusual things to see and do... If you enjoy a light relaxing hike of an hour or more, this village is exactly what you're looking for.
The Hotel Campanile Haguenau is a great choice if you're looking for discount Haguenau hotels just off the highway. This hotel is a little more than 1 mile or 2 km from the historic center of Haguenau. Campanile hotels will give you a basic clean room in a safe (and usually convenient) location near a major highway. Rooms are small, but air conditioned. Parking, breakfast and a restaurant available.
The Europe Hotel is about 1 mile or 2 km from the historic center of Haguenau. Like most hotels in France the rooms are a bit small and could use some redecorating. Breakfast is very good and there is an outdoor swimming pool.
The Ibis hotel in Haguenau is a good choice if you're interested in discount Haguenau hotels right next to the highway. It's about 2 miles or 3 km from the historic center of Haguenau. Rooms are small, but air conditioned. Breakfast and parking is available.
The Hotel les Pins is a charming little family owned hotel and restaurant in a quiet and peaceful area about 2.5 miles or 4 km from Haguenau. Restaurant specializing in both French and Alsatian specialties with a very good wine list. Rooms are individually decorated. Very good customer service.
There are two Champs d'Alsace Haguenau hotels. This one is just across the street from the train station near the historic distric of Haguenau. Rooms are individually decorated. Breakfast and parking available.
As you would expect the Hotel Champ d'Alsace Aerodrome is located near the Haguenau airport. It's about 2.5 miles or 4 km from the city center of Haguenau. Rooms are air conditioned and individually decorated. Breakfast and parking are available as well as a restaurant serving Alsatian specialties.
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