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Pocket Guide: Obernai

Obernai: A Quintessential Alsatian Town

Just over a 20-minute drive from the centre of Strasbourg, chocolate-box Obernai is one of the Alsace’s quintessential towns, with original Medieval defences, half-timbered houses and lanes lined with blooming flowerbeds. The town’s charming character and prime location on the Alsace’s wine route has made it one of the most popular towns in the Bas-Rhin region, especially with those who want to stay in a rural location with easy links to Strasbourg city centre.

Getting to Strasbourg from Obernai

Visitors who have hired a car are only a 20-minute journey from Strasbourg centre. It’s an easy drive straight down the A35 motorway. One of the easiest ways to Strasbourg, though, is to catch a train, and direct trains to Strasbourg run from Obernai Railway Station, which is walking distance from the small town’s centre.

Hotels in Obernai

Hotels in Obernai range from budget two-star accommodation to plush four-star hotels. Mainly independent, Obernai’s hotels in all price ranges give families a warm welcome. The town also has adventure sports hotels and a few places to stay that cater for business guests. If you choose a high-end hotel, you’ll enjoy sleek spas, indoor pools and elegant restaurants. Mid-range accommodation has more practical facilities and amenities, such as free WiFi and complimentary onsite parking.

Obernai’s Sights and Landmarks

Obernai’s old town is a popular tourist attraction and the location of many of the town’s attractions. The Church of Saint Peter and Paul opens into an ornate Neo-Gothic decor and features an intriguing 12th-century crypt. Just down the road, the Six Bucket Well, built in 1579, is decorated in a number of reliefs and a large canopy covered in biblical scenes. The town’s Medieval belfry, also in the old town, is a prominent feature of the skyline and has become the symbol of Obernai.

Family Fun in Obernai

Many families stay in Obernai to escape the hustle and bustle of Strasbourg’s city centre. There’s plenty to keep the kids entertained in the town, from taking a bicycle tour through the countryside to exploring the Medieval inner wall of the old town. Kids will also love taking a ride on the little vintage road train, which drives around the town centre.