Map position of Jardin botanique du col de Saverne
You can find details of some of the places we suggest you visit near Jardin botanique du col de Saverne below the map...
List of places in distance order
Distances are direct ("as the crow flies") so driving will be further!
Saverne: 0 km
The Chateau des Rohans dominates the medieval heart of Saverne, well placed for exploring the Vosges mountains
Marmoutier: 6 km
It is the abbey, and in particular its ornate facade, that is the highlight of your visit to Marmoutier
Neuwiller-les-Saverne: 10 km
As well as the pretty half-timbered houses, the centre of Neuwiller-les-Saverne is dominated by two imposing churches
Wasselonne: 13 km
Although lacking major monuments Wasselonee is a pleasant town to explore when you are in the region
Molsheim: 24 km
Although Molsheim is now quite a large town it is the small historic centre that will be of interest to visitors
Saint-Quirin: 26 km
The centre of the small village of Saint-Quirin is very pleasant to explore, then take the cobbled path that leads to a small chapel above the village
Rosheim: 28 km
The roman style church is one highlight in Rosheim, and the oldest bakery in Alsace is another!
Obernai: 32 km
Obernai is perhaps the town in Alsace that has best preserved its original 15th century aspect
Strasbourg: 33 km
The city of Strasbourg is one of the most important in France, and also one of the most attractive. At least a day to explore is very recommended!
Strasbourg cathedral: 34 km
Mont-Sainte-Odile: 34 km
Mont-Saint-Odile is a very popular pilgrimage destination, and has been since the mircles of Odile in the 7th century
Le Struthof: 35 km
Le Struthof is the only Nazi Concentration camp to have been built in France during the Second World War
Bitche: 35 km
The citadel in Bitche is very interesting, with videos explaining the history and sieges of the town
Lembach: 43 km
The small town of Lembach is within the heart of the wooded valleys of the Vosges Regional Natural Park
Chateau de Fleckenstein: 45 km
The Chateau de Fleckenstein is one of the most imposing ruined castles along the Route des Chateaux in Alsace