Romanesque Road of Alsace

Route Romane d'Alsace

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Nineteen towns with more than 120 well-preserved Romanesque sites are linked along a course known as Route Romane d’Alsace. Some of the towns also are on other mapped routes, such as the Wine Road or Crest Road.

Each year, the Route Romane Festival follows the path of ancient pilgrims through Alsace. The festivities include musical programs held inside the massive walls of some of the old Roman churches and abbeys. Dates and details are posted on the festival website.

Route Romane connects to Route du Colmar (D11 motorway) west of Colmar. Pick up directions and maps at the Office de Tourisme in Colmar or any of the towns along the route.

These towns are particularly interesting:

Wissembourg (Église Saints-Pierre-et-Paul)
Guebwiller (Church of Saint Léger & Murbach Abbey).
Rouffach (Église Notre-Dame de l’Assomption)
Eguisheim (ruins of three châteaux & the tower of Église Saints-Pierre-et-Paul)
Kaysersberg (Church of Sainte-Croix)
Sélestat(Church of Sainte-Foy)

At A Glance

Route Romane
03 90 41 02 01

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