KaysersbergKaysersberg, in Alsace, Grand-Est was an important town in the Middle Ages. It has a large fortress, and the town's name means Emperor's mountain which comes from the fortress. It has wonderfully preserved half timbered houses and is a great setting for any Alsacian Festival due to its medieval atmosphere.
Albert Schweitzer Museumis housed in the house where the famous missionary, theologian, doctor, and organist used to live.
Château de Kaysersbergruined castle
Heilig-Kreuz-KircheCatholic church dating back to 1227
Tokay (now sold as Pinot Gris, after Tokaji became a protected denomination of origin) is the specialty wine of Kaysersberg and the town is surrounded by vines. There is a large old stone well in the town which has an inscription advising you to drink wine with dinner and eschew water.