Charming hotel in Alsace in the Bas-Rhin region


The charming 5 Terres Hotel & Spa MGallery Hotel Collection is located in Barr, 25 minutes from Strasbourg. Offering easy access by car (five minutes from the A35 motorway), train (TGV stations in Strasbourg and Colmar) and plane from France, Belgium, Germany and Switzerland, the 5 Terres Hotel is ideally situated on the Alsace Wine Trail in Alsace in the Bas-Rhin region. A perfect stopover on the road that leads from northern Europe to the south of France.

How to find us?

GPS coordinates:

Latitude: 48.409
Longitude: 7.44994

By car:

  •  A35 motorway: access 5 km from the 5 Terres Hotel in Barr - Wine Trail

By train:

  • Strasbourg SNCF train station, TGV and Thalys lines: Paris (1:45), Luxembourg (1:30), Frankfurt (1:56)
  • Colmar SNCF train station: TGV lines
  • Barr SNCF train station, regional trains: Strasbourg (25 minutes), Colmar (20 minutes)

By plane:

Nearby towns and cities

de Obernai
de Colmar
de Strasbourg
de Mulhouse
de Baden-Baden (Germany)
de Basel (Switzerland)
de Epinal
de Karlsruhe (Germany)
de Sarrebruck
de Nancy
de Metz
de Luxembourg (Luxembourg)


The 5 Terres Hotel & Spa MGallery Hotel Collection, a charming hotel in the Bas-Rhin region, is an ideal starting point for discovering the Alsace Wine Trail, which winds through villages, vineyards and beautiful landscapes, the region as far as Basel (Switzerland) and Baden-Baden-Baden (Germany) and, of course, the European capital, Strasbourg with its historic old town and Obernai.

- Unterlinden Museum in Colmar An almost complete panorama of art is to be seen in this superb convent which has become a museum, which has the famous Isenheim Altarpiece
- Little Venice: a real gem! Stroll by boat and admire the typically Alsatian banks and half-timbered houses which border the river in this part of the city which has kept all its charm.
- Christmas market

Located in the heart of the vineyards, a 5-minute drive from Barr, this small village with Alsatian charm won second place in the France 2 show THE PREFERE VILLAGE OF THE FRENCH, presented by Stéphane Bern.
- The Ateliers de la Seigneurie , Heritage Interpretation Center is an essential place to discover the Alsatian heritage. Its Renaissance building is magnified by contemporary fittings.
- The Chateau du Haut Andlau and Chateau du Spesbourg .
- Saints Peter and Paul Abbey : this church consecrated by Pope Leo IX in 1049, has remarkable Romanesque elements.
- Visits to cellars and a walk in the vineyards .

- The Humanist Library: Discover the oldest manuscripts preserved in Alsace, and a remarkable collection of precious works, all in the spectacular setting created by the architect Rudy Ricciotti.

- Würth Museum : This museum presents one of the largest private collections of modern and contemporary art in Europe, with many new works to discover.

- Christmas market: the Baden-Baden Christmas market appeals to visitors from all over the world with its romanticism worthy of a winter fairy tale.
- The Caracalla thermal baths: Over 3,000 m², the Caracalla Therme offer plenty of space for beneficial relaxation and the prolonged pleasure of bathing in curative thermal water. With its exotic aquatic surfaces and its landscaped sauna, the exteriors of which are located in the picturesque castle garden, the seaside environment invites you to relax.
- Friedrichsbad: Here, at the Frederick Baths, the culture of Roman baths combined with that of Irish hot air baths flourishes all its virtues. You can live and taste this exclusive seaside pleasure as part of a special enamelled course at 17 different stations.
- Frieder Burda Museum: The most beautiful jewel of the magnificent parks and gardens of the "Lichtentaler Allee" is the Frieder Burda Museum, a work of New York architect-star Richard Meier. The Frieder Burda Collection brings together almost a thousand works of modern and contemporary art - paintings, sculptures, objects, photographs and works on paper - and is one of the most remarkable private art collections in Europe.

- The Beyler Foundation: Designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano, this museum permanently houses the Beyeler collection, some 230 works by the masters of modern art reflect the gaze of Hildy and Ernst Beyeler on twentieth century art . In addition to its own collection of contemporary works, three to four major special exhibitions per year are presented.
- Kunstmuseum: The Kunstmuseum Basel boasts, among other things, the largest collection of works by Holbein, as well as a world-renowned collection of masterpieces of modern classical and American art since 1950.

STRASBOURG, European Capital
- Notre Dame Cathedral in Strasbourg: A must-see monument in the Alsatian heritage. Admire its astronomical clock, the pillar of the angels but also a breathtaking view of the city from the bell tower platform.
- Neustatd: The imperial district listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
- La Petite France: Listed as World Heritage by Unesco, discover the most picturesque district of old Strasbourg.
- The Museums of Strasbourg
- The European Parliament
- Christmas markets

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