Why You Need to Go to the Kaysersberg, France, in Stunning Images and Video

Hassenforder Restaurant & Hotel
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 · · · Kaysersberg is a small town in the Haut-Rhin department in Alsace in northeastern France. It is generally considered to be one of the most impressive of the Alsace towns, particularly in the town…
Known for its Route du Vin, the most famous wine route in France, it is a marked series of roads that meander through picture postcard little wine villages filled with colorful half-timbered buildings and castles perched on their hilltops. The route is just over 100 miles long, starting just west of Strasbourg, with the Rhine river that borders Germany to the east and the Vosges mountains to the west, then heads south towards Colmar and beyond to Mulhouse. read more HERE
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