Colmar, Alsace is the most charming little fairytale town in the world. Why, you ask? Well, first of all, it looks like it’s taken straight out of “Beauty and the Beast”. Once upon a time, the canals were buzzing with butchers, tanners and fishmongers and La Petite Venice was a center for art and learning. Today, it's one of the most popular places in France. Here's a quick guide to Fairytale Colmar.
Petite France, Strasbourg is by far the cutest and most charming part of town. It’s located on Grand Ile, which is a UNESCO site and historic area surrounded by water. Here's what to see and how to take awesome photos of Strasbourg Old Town.
The number one attraction in Strasbourg is Petite France (“Little France”), which is the historic part of town. What makes it special is the half-timbered houses that reflect in the water along the canal. Notre Dame cathedral and the Alsace food and wine is also big draws for the city! Here's a list of great things to do in Strasbourg, France.
Subject of disputes between France and Germany over the course of centuries, Strasbourg is a blend of German and French influences, culturally and architecturally. Today's Strasbourg symbolizes unified Europe as the seat of the European Parliament.