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  2. Located in the Alsace region along the border between France and Germany, Colmar is known for its colorful houses and the cutest Christmas market. Wandering the streets of Colmar is like stepping into a fairytale. It is said that it was the inspiration for Beauty and the Beast, and there is even a fountain that looks like the one in the movie.

  3. Colmar | Official Site

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    The official Colmar site where you can shop Originals and ski collections. Men's, women's and children's down jackets and clothing. Visit the online store.

  4. Colmar - Wikipedia

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    Colmar Tropicale located 60 km north-east of Kuala Lumpur. North of it, a rebuild of Château du Haut-Kœnigsbourg is in the Berjaya Hills, hosting an organic resort hotel. In popular culture. Colmar's cityscape (and that of neighbouring Riquewihr) served as inspiration for the design of the Japanese animated film Howl's Moving Castle.

  5. Visit Colmar | Visit Alsace

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    Colmar, the Epicurean Picturesque half-timbered houses, romantic canals, flower-laden windowsills, a labyrinth of cobblestone lanes and delicious food: come to Colmar, one of the quaintest cities in Alsace, and enjoy its art of living! Homepage Colmar By plane 45 minutes from Strasbourg Airport and from EuroAirport By car Served by the A35

  6. Colmar, town, Haut-Rhin département, Grand Est région, northeastern France. Colmar is located 42 miles (68 km) south-southwest of Strasbourg, 10 miles west of the Rhine River, bordering the German frontier and a few miles east of the foothills of the Vosges Mountains. It is on the main railway from Strasbourg to Mulhouse and Basel, Switzerland.

  7. Colmar, France 2023: Best Places to Visit - Tripadvisor

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    Colmar Tourism: Best of Colmar About Colmar Colmar is a photographer's dream, with its labyrinth of cobbled lanes, flower-lined canals, and timber-framed houses painted in a rainbow of pastel hues. It's the quintessential Alsatian town, brimming with traditional restaurants and surrounded by vineyards and medieval castles.

  8. Colmar travel - Lonely Planet | France, Europe

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    Colmar. The capital of the Alsace wine region, Colmar looks for all the world as though it has been plucked from the pages of a medieval folk tale. At times the Route des Vins d’Alsace fools you into thinking it’s 1454, and here, in the alley-woven heart of the old town, the illusion is complete. Half-timbered houses in chalk-box colours crowd dark cobblestone lanes and bridge-laced canals, which have most day-trippers wandering around in a daze of neck-craning, photo-snapping, gasp ...

  9. Visiting Colmar, Alsace: France's fairytale town – On the ...

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    In real life, Colmar is a small town which is located in the Alsace region of northeast France. The Alsace is where France meets Germany, and ownership of the region has been passed back and forth between the two countries over the years. Alsace wines The result is a unique mix of their two cultures – think of it as France with a twist.

  10. THE 15 BEST Things to Do in Colmar - Tripadvisor

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    Colmar:Self Guided Scavenger Hunt and Private Walking Tour 1 Self-guided Tours from $22.19 per group (up to 5) Walking Scavenger Hunt Tour in Colmar 2 Self-guided Tours from $9.99 per adult France, Germany and Switzerland Full Day Tour from Colmar 18 Bus Tours from $140.54 per adult Self-Guided and Interactive City Tour - Colmar 11 Walking Tours

  11. Colmar — Wikipédia

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    Colmar est une commune française située dans la collectivité européenne d'Alsace, dans la région Grand Est. Elle est la préfecture du Haut-Rhin et, avec près de 70 000 habitants, la troisième commune alsacienne en nombre d'habitants après Strasbourg et Mulhouse. Ses habitants sont appelés les Colmariens .