Colmar

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Overview

Colmar, a quintessential Alsatian place

About France


Getting there You can get to Colmar from Avignon, Lyon and Marseille. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 02:50 HK$274
From Nice 12:58 HK$584
From Zurich 02:05 HK$392
From Avignon 05:10 HK$228
From Lyon 02:56 HK$182
From Marseille 04:41 HK$356
From Basel 00:42 HK$82
From Montpellier 05:20 HK$574
From Dijon 01:35 HK$137
From Luxembourg 02:37
From Aix En Provence Tgv 04:26 HK$182
From Strasbourg 00:25 HK$91
From Mulhouse 00:17 HK$82
From Bourg En Bresse 03:08 HK$483
From Turckheim 00:06 HK$82
From Toulon 11:02 HK$529
From Munster(fr) 00:18 HK$82
From Selestat 00:09 HK$82
From St Louis (local) 00:34 HK$82
From Besançon 00:55 HK$109
From Montbeliard 00:48 HK$82
From Rouffach 00:06 HK$82
From Metz 01:55 HK$237
From Nancy 02:06 HK$292
From Belfort 00:48 HK$82
From Belfort-montbeliard Tgv 00:48 HK$82


Getting around From Colmar, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Rouffach 00:10 HK$82
To Turckheim 00:12 HK$82
To Selestat 00:14 HK$82
To Munster(fr) 00:34 HK$82
To Mulhouse 00:38 HK$82
To Strasbourg 00:52 HK$91
To St Louis (local) 02:35 HK$82
To Basel 03:05 HK$82
To Luxembourg 03:14 HK$419
To Belfort-montbeliard Tgv 03:30 HK$82
To Belfort 03:30 HK$82
To Besançon 03:44 HK$109
To Dijon 03:49 HK$201
To Nancy 04:06 HK$228
To Zurich 04:24 HK$392
To Metz 04:40 HK$237
To Paris 05:14 HK$274
To Lyon 05:27 HK$228
To Aix En Provence Tgv 06:32 HK$766
To Avignon 10:49 HK$182
To Marseille 11:58 HK$784
To Montpellier 12:00 HK$474
To Nice 15:07 HK$182

While you're there

Colmar, a sunny and pleasant city of Alsace

Colmar is a 60.000 inhabitants city located in Alsace, in the eastern France. Probably dating back to the carolingian dynasty, this lovely town has a lot to offer. Between museums, shops and cultural heritage, you will be spoiled for choice!

Board a train to Colmar and let the charm operate. Among the unavoidable must-see of Colmar, you have to stroll along the "Petite Venise" district’s streets.

You will easily understand why does this area has such a nickname having a walk along the Lauch’s canal. Head the "Ancienne douane" square and discover the old custom, called Koïfhus, dating back to the 15th century. Discover the 16th century Pfister house with its just-restored frescos and visit the St Martin collegiate dating back to the 13th and 14th century. Admire the "maisons aux têtes" facade, adorned with more than a hundred mascarons.

Then don’t miss the Dominican’s church, and the Unterlinden museum, housed in an ancient convent and presenting masterpieces of the Rhineland art.

Train station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Colmar can be found.


 


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Customer reviews

  • "Too expensive"    
    The price is not synchronized with sncf , which is sometimes cheaper than booking here.  
  • "SNCF: great trains, too stuffy"    
    I am a train nerd so I was very excited to be on these famous fast, smooth trains. Yes they are fast, smooth and very comfortable, but on this and the other TGV /TER trains, it is very stuffy: no air, too hot, quite uncomfortable. Not being able to pick a seat that faces in the direction the train will travel is a problem for me as I suffer from motion sickness (great for a train nut) . I would love to be able to do this. Otherwise it is a good train system.  
  • "n/a"    
    please consider removing the transaction fee and allowing us to choose at least the type of seats we get.