Alsace Daytrips from Hotels in Niederbronn les Bains
Niederbronn les Bains is a great location to base yourself if you
want to tour northern Alsace because it's not very far away from
anything in the area, not to mention it has a good choice of hotels and
Distances given are the approximate distances from the center of Niederbronn les Bains.
Villages with a * have a train stop or train station.
11 miles/18 km
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.
14 miles/22 km
was an important village in the high middle ages (1100s-1300s). The
Holy Roman Emperor at the time Frederick Barbarossa built city walls, a
castle and many other buildings. Like most of Alsace, many buildings
were destroyed by Louis XIV and the 30 Years War but like most of Alsace
there is still a lot to see.
The Maginot Line
(1) 16 miles/25 km (2) 13 miles/21 km
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...
16 miles/26 km
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.
Betschdorf and Soufflenheim
(1) 16 miles/25 km (2) 22 miles/35 km
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.
Northern Alsace Wine Road*
17 miles/28 km
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...
Hunspach* and Seebach
(1) 17 miles/28 km (2) 21 miles/33 km
(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.
Looking for Niederbronn les Bains Hotels?
Hotel Mercure Niederbronn les Bains
The Hotel Mercure is a simple three star hotel
that will give you a place to sleep in the center of town (next to the
casino in fact). The rooms are a little small, but clean. Breakfast and
Hotel Du Parc
The Hotel du Parc in Niederbronn les Bains is actually the former Hotel
Cully now under new management. It's a charming family owned hotel right
next to a Park and a little creek about a 10 minute walk to the center
of town. Charming and old fashioned rooms with free WiFi. Breakfast and
If you're looking to save some money, the Hotel Majestic might be a
good choice. It's a simple two star hotel offering a nice clean room for
a low price. Free WiFi and parking.
The Hotel Muller is actually a hotel and a spa. The spa and fitness
center are included in the cost of the room so you have full access to
everything when you stay at the hotel. You can also pay an entrance fee
if you prefer to stay at another hotel. The rooms are tastefully
decorated, the restaurant is great and the hotel is next to a park only a
10 minute walk from the center of town.