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The « little Venice » is the name given to the course of the Lauch in Colmar. This name probably came from the original line of the houses on both sides of the river, which serves the southeast of the city. This district starts behind the Koïfhus...more
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When in old town Colmar, jump in a boat for a trip through the canals. Its not a long trip but seeing the old houses that line the canals are a nice photo OP. Grab a bite on one of the cafes on the canal...More
This part of the Colmar old city is small, but has the power to carry you to the past, with its tiny houses, the river, restaurants and hotels. Seeing this place I was wondering how the life was there centuries ago. It is a good...More
This is a lovely little spot in Colmar. Get there early to avoid the crowds ... the main 'drag' is along the canal, but it is is also worth heading off onto the little side streets as well. There are lovely houses at every turn....More
Collar, is charming , so many half - Timber Houses to look at, visit in September, when all the flowers are still in full bloom, walk along the River Lach, or take a boat ride through " La Petite Venice "..you will enjoy it... when...More
Known worldwide as a cultural epicenter, the half-timber buildings of Little Venice take you back centuries. Enjoy a leisurely walk and ponder the details of the buildings, each unique. Alsace feels alive here, cobbled streets and canals moving life along at a leisurely pace. In...More
This corner of Colmar is lovely with beautiful houses, lots of stores and restaurants. At the end of November everything was decorated for Xmas so such a lovely place to be. The covered market shouldn’t be missed.
Response from dtanderson188 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there I'm sorry I can help you with that one, as we travelled by car. The railway station (La Gare) was right next to our hotel and 10
Mins walk from Little Venice.
Hope this helps a little?