commune in Haut-Rhin, France
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Turckheim is a city in Grand-Est, France.

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Get inEdit

There is a train station close to the central part of the city

Get aroundEdit

It is easy to get around by foot or by bike.


The surrounding medieval wall which has three doors, or portes: The Munster Door, which opens into the Munster Valley; The Door of the Brand, which begins the Route des Vins; and the Door of France, through which lies the railway station and the roads to Colmar.

Another attractive feature of Turckheim is The Night Watchman, a traditionally dressed Turckheim native, cloaked in black and carrying a halberd and lamp makes the rounds at 22.00 (10pm) each night from May to October.

Das RathausEdit

There are two Art exhibitions in The Rathaus.


  • Go to the stunning Vosges foothills, and watch old castles and fortifications.
  • Visit the colorful vineyards, which produce the regions white wine.



There are two bakeries, one is located close to the main gate, at Place Turenne, the other is located at Grand Rue Ecke Rue des Écoles.


The Supermarket Casino is located at Grand Rue Ecke Place Turenne





The Camping "Le Médiéval"[1] is located in the north part, with access all year through and places for both caravans and tents. There is also Bungalows 2-6 persons to rent, as well as bicycles.


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