Being a farmer town, Rouffach still preserves the remains of the old burghers’ houses. There is one important old church, built approximately in the 12th century, in Rouffach, called The Notre Dame de l’Assomption. The church is the symbol of the transition from Romanesque to Gothic.
The Cathedral of Our Lady of Strasbourg is the most important religious edifice in Strasbourg, constructed between 1015 and 1439, being Roman-Catholic.
Keysersberg is situated in the Weiss Valley, and it is the birth place of Albert Schweitzer, his house becoming, over the years, a museum.
Alsatian Trail is one of the most beautiful regions of France, if not in the whole Europe.