Breisach tours are the perfect way to explore this quaint little town with approximately 15.000 inhabitants. The old town and the Breisach Münster pay homage to more than 1650 years of history. Celts, Romans and Alemanni have all settled in this area.
These days Breisach is a quaint, yet lively town. On Saturdays there is a market, where local farmers offer their products. Like so many other places in the Upper Rhine Valley, Breisach prides itself of organic farming and “buying locally.”
Breisach is located in the heart of the Upper Rhine Valley and enjoys a mild climate that is protected from the Vosges mountains in the West and the Black Forest in the East. The nearby Kaiserstuhl and Tuniberg invite you to activities such as hiking, biking, canoeing, horse back riding and much more.
When visiting Breisach you should not only visit the Geldermann wine cellar, which is famous for its local sparkling wine or take a trip to bigger City of Freiburg in Breisgau.
We recommend that you book a local guide in order to discover this gem, which is located on the shores of the river Rhine. Discover, how 1650 years have unfolded in its history and learn how Breisach has been destroyed several times over.
Breisach tours also offer you the opportunity to explore the local parish church. The St. Stephans Münster towers proudly on Münster hill. Enjoy treasures like the paintings of Martin Schongauer or the magnificent wooden carved altar piece by Master HL, dating back to the 16th century. Also, learn all about Gervasius and Protasius, the patron saints of this town.