Riquewihr is a hidden treasure all on its own. It’s a mix of stunning architecture and fine wines. You’ll find the castle of the Dukes of Württemberg
and an array of 15-18th century homes, boasting flower-decked balconies and sculpted windows. Rodemack
Situated on the borders of France, Germany and Luxembourg, Rodemack goes by "Petite Carcassonne Lorraine” because it continues to be surrounded by miles and miles of ramparts. To enter, one must go through the fortified gate of Sierck, impressively built by the residents back in the day.
Charming and quaint, this village surrounds itself with green hills in the Vosges Mountains and dates back to the Gallo-Roman times as the location of La Croix Guillaume shows. Religion also runs deep here, with the priory and its twin-towered church each with three onion-shaped domes.