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Neuf-Brisach

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Neuf-Brisach is a fortified town of the department in the French region of Grand-Est. It's a UNESCO World Heritage site.

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The nearest train station with international connections is in Colmar, which can be reached hourly from Strasbourg, Basel, and Mulhouse.

Buses #301 and 1076 run from Colmar, schedules can be found at this page. #1076 proceeds then to Breisach, Germany.

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Map of Neuf-Brisach

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Belfort-gate
Inside of the Belfort Gate
Colmar Gate
  • Neuf-Brisach kept its fortress appearance. Its fortified walls are 2.5 km long and it is certainly one of the main attractions of the city. It's a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • 1 Place d'Armes. Central square with four fountains.
  • 2 Église Saint-Louis. Garrison church from the 18th century.
  • 3 Hôtel de Ville. Town hall
  • 4 Musée Vauban (in the Belfort Gate). Museum dedicated to the history of the city and its garrison.
  • 5 Porte de Colmar. The Colmar Gate is one of the four original gates.

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