Baden-Wurttemberg | 15.500 inhabitants
Breisach am Rhein nowadays represents a link between Baden/Germany and Alsace/France. In its history of nearly 4000 years many different peoples benefited from the strategic location of Breisach near a bridge for crossing the Rhine river. As a result, Breisach often changed its territorial affiliation and was destroyed twice - in 1793 and 1945. Nevertheless, one can follow the traces of the turbulent town history by taking a walk on the “Münsterberg” - the historic part of Breisach.
Stations : 14 + 3 detours
Distance : approx. 3.5 km (without detours)
Duration : approx. 1,5 hrs (without detours)
Explore Breisach on a pleasant stroll over the “Münsterberg” at your own pace. In addition to a circular route with 14 stations in the old city, we invite you also to three detours: the Eckartsberg (point of view opposite of the Münsterberg) and the Badischer Winzerkeller (wine cellar). Also a boat trip on the Rhine is a great experience. We wish you a pleasant stay!
2019-08-30 - 2019-09-02
62. Wine Festival Kaiserstuhl + Tuniberg
The biggest wine festival in the region of Baden.
Friday from 6 p.m.
Saturday from noon
Sunday from 11 a.m.
Monday from 2 p.m.
2019-09-13 - 2019-09-15
1650 Jahr Feier - Stadtjubiläum
Stadt Breisach am Rhein feiert auf dem Münsterberg und in der Innenstadt unter Mitwirkung vieler Breisacher Vereine.
2019-12-07 - 2019-12-08
Stimmungsvoller kunsthandwerklicher Weihnachtsmarkt im und vor dem Museum.
The tourist information at the market square (Marktplatz) is a starting point for your city tour. (Learn more)
The historic gate "Gutgesellentor" is the meeting place for the Narrenzunft (the carnival association). (Learn more)
The "Hagenbach" tower was once a civil prison. (Learn more)
The symbol of Breisach is visible from afar. (Learn more)
The arms on the town hall document the eventful town history. (Learn more)
The house was, inter alia, Seat of the Supreme Court of Alsace. (Learn more)
Enjoy a magnificent view of the Kaiserstuhl wine region. (Learn more)
Since 1983, the tower serves as a concert and exhibition space. (Learn more)
The house was one of the most beautiful secular buildings of the city. (Learn more)
The central monument to J. G. Tulla and an the stage for open air theater. (Learn more)
The museum offers an overview of nearly 4,000 years of town history. (Learn more)
The 1998 redesigned memorial commemorates the former Synagogue. (Learn more)
Meeting and documentation center on Jewish history. (Learn more)
Experience the history of the sparkling-wine cellar Geldermann during a guided tour. (Learn more)
Detour: A walk through the vineyards will reward you with a great panoramic view. (Learn more)
Detour: The “Badischer Winzerkeller” is the home of the largest barrel cellar in Europe. (Learn more)
Detour: Enjoy the view from the Rhine to the “Münsterberg”. (Learn more)