The Route Romane d'Alsace is a tourist itinerary designed by the Association Voix et Route Romane to link both the well-known and the more secret examples of Romanesque architecture of Alsace, in an itinerary of 19 stages, linking churches, abbeys and fortresses, that range from the first Romanesque structures of Alsace at the abbey church of Saint Trophime, Eschau, into the 13th century, and the beginning of Gothic architecture in Alsace.
From north to south, the Route Romane d'Alsace traverses the Bas-Rhin and the Haut-Rhin, passing through:
- 1 Wissembourg - Église Saints-Pierre-et-Paul, Gothic church with remains of a previous Romanesque building (Wissembourg Abbey)
- 4 Neuwiller-lès-Saverne - Church of Saint Pierre et Saint Paul, 12th century, with modern restorations.
- 7 - Chapel of the Assumption of the Virgin, 13th century.
- 8 Strasbourg - Vaulted crypt beneath Notre-Dame de Strasbourg; Church of Saint Etienne, 12th century; St. Thomas, cloister of Saint-Pierre-le-Jeune Protestant Church.
- 11 Andlau - Church of Saint Pierre et Saint Paul, the former church of Andlau Abbey, 10th to 12th centuries.