Colmar is a beautifully historic town that has preserved an important asset: its human dimension.
The historic centre retains its charm and elegance of its exceptional heritage, and the plentiful natural areas make up the jewel of the city ...
Colmar has preserved all its architectural riches of the 13th Century. Urban growth is in line with the economic and demographic expansion, but unlike most historical cities, the ancient heart remains the administrative and commercial centre - a place of authentic encounters.
City of Art and Culture: Colmar is known worldwide for the Issenheim Altarpiece - a masterpiece of Mathias Grünewald, which attracts 200,000 visitors to the Unterlinden museum every year. Visit the website here.
City of Exchanges: Under the sign of openess to the world, Colmar is in the heart of Europe - equidistant from the prestigious centre of Strasbourg and Basel, the latter being home of the Rhine humanism.
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