Sélestat, one of the cradles of Humanism
Recognized as a City of Art and History in 2016
The city of the humanists, that of Beatus Rhenanus
Sélestat: the Humanist Library, the Witches' Tower, its churches, the town at the foot of Haut-Koenigsbourg, a town surrounded by the remains of medieval castles
Do you know that in the midst of a humanist period, women were massacred because they were suspected of being witches?
Did you know that the Haut-Koenisbourg castle was redeveloped at the very beginning of the 20th century?
Making a detour to Sélestat with Sophie voyages is learning to discover Sélestat in a different way. Sélestat remains very little known to visitors to Alsace.
In extras: accommodation, transport, breakfast, drinks package, bicycle rental
Why go to Sélestat?
Sainte Odile and the city
Sélestat: the cradle of humanism
The Humanist Library
Guided tour of Saint-Georges church and Sainte-Foy
A City of the Decapolis
The ruins of the Ramstein castle
The ruins of Bernstein castle
The ruins of Kintzheim castle
In addition to this, you will need to know more about it.
Sanitary conditions and measures
In the event of partial cancellation:
Up to 30 days before the arrival of the group: 30% of the canceled quota will be due
30 to 15 days before the arrival of the group: 50%
14 to 9 days before the arrival of the group: 75%
8 to 0 days before the arrival of the group: 100%
Free for children under 4 years old.
In the event of litigation, the customer can contact the Tourism and Travel Agent but must propose an amicable solution to the service provider before any procedure.
Covid-19 barrier gestures:
Hydroalcoholic gel available and respect for social distancing.
Disinfection of audio guides and vehicles before and after visits.
Wearing a mask is compulsory.
Take-out food during the health crisis.