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The picturesque village of Riquewihr in Alsace


The French side of the Dreiland region is also worth a visit! The brightly coloured half-timbered houses, wine-growing villages, vineyards and excellent cuisine draw visitors to sunny Alsace.
You can reach Alsace from Lörrach  in no time. It is famous for its wines and the exquisite Alsatian cuisine.  

Stroll through the historic old towns of Alsace. For example, visit Colmar, 50 kilometres away. It is a picture postcard Alsatian town: in its medieval town centre, colourful half-timbered houses crowd around the flower-decorated canals of Little Venice.
Or take a trip into the countryside: to the Ecomusée d’Alsace or the Petite Camargue Alsacienne. The floodplain, about 20 minutes by car from Lörrach, is a relic of the former primeval forest that bordered the Rhine. Today, its rich fauna and flora make it one of the most beautiful nature reserves in the region.

For centuries Alsace belonged alternately to France and Germany. The eventful history of the border region is still partly visible today. On the Hartmannswillerkopf, for example, endless rows of simple white crosses remind us of the First World War and the 30,000 sol­diers who died here.

So brush up on your French and immerse yourself in the special French way of life, the “savoir vivre” of Alsace.

Touristinformation Lörrach

Basler Straße 170
(Eingang Untere Wallbrunnstraße)
79539 Lörrach
+49 76 21 4 15-1 20

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