1. The history Wissembourgs
3. Abbey Church of St. Peter and St. Paul
4. The Salt House
5. The town hall
6. The city wall
7. Little Venice
This institution of the Tourist Association Wissembourg brings you during a 45-minute sightseeing tour of the most interesting sights of the city.
The Bähnchen runs from June to September daily at 14h, 15h, 16h and 17h.
The round trip takes about 45 minutes.
|3. Paul Abbey Church of St. Peter and St. Paul|
The church, built in the region for the typical sandstone, originally belonged to a Benedictine monastery. Ende des 13. At the end of the 13th Jhd (um 1280) 1262-93, the octagonal Vorderturm built. Today's West Tower, with its arched windows Roman origins.
| 4. The Salt House|
The salt house was 1448 originally built as a hospital and later as Salzlager- and slaughter house.
| 7. Little Venice|
Wissembourgs "Little Venice" is worth a visit. Here you have a magnificent view of the Lauter, which winds through Wissembourg and various old Alsatian timbered houses, which lie directly on the water.