How is the hidden French city that inspired the producers of the film

Alsatians carry with them a long history of converting Roman, Berber, German and Prussian nationalities (Alsace Tourist Office).

disney He didn’t need much imagination to bring his film sets to life. above all, Alsatian region One of the most magical blends of France Added to the speech-catching landscape upon entering, for its historical and cultural influences Its small towns and villages.

This region of north-eastern France has naturally become a sort of bridge between Latin and Germanic cultures. The diversity of its landscapes increases because Offered from the Vosges to the Rhine Valleybig city like Strasbourg or Colmar; From small towns worthy of long walks, such as Obernai, or Haut-Königsberg style castles, to fortified villages, such as Neuf-Brisch or concentration camps reserved for nomads. World War II based in france, Nutzweiler-Struthoff.

Alsatians take with them The nationality has a long history ranging from Romans, Barbarians to Germans and Prussians. With all these stamps, a landscape changes, some of its cities monopolize the eyes. As is the case with Requivere, which inspired the producers of Disney who recreated it in their animated film Beauty and the Beast.,

Riquehir inspired Disney producers who recreated them in their animated film Beauty and the Beast (Capture).

just in this environment Dreams, traditions and attractionsMade since ancient times by local people with meticulous care of what is theirs, Lies a jewel that inspired the creators of the movie Beauty and the Beast to shape the design of the village near the palace of the protagonist.

Its name comes from a gentleman named richo Of French origin who planted the first vineyard in the region. the region was called “Rich Villa” Due to which it got its current name. reequivariate No doubt there is cinema in there. Picturesque houses, medieval fortifications, castles, parks and museums. Exploring Rickwehr is like stepping back in history. On foot or by bike, alone, as a couple or as a family, here is an itinerary to discover the heritage, the magic and the vineyards. is accurate A journey through time that takes you to the 16th century where is this walled city About ten kilometers from Colmar, Built its reputation and prosperity through the cultivation and trade of wine.

Since the Middle Ages, this luxurious and neat corner of Franca has been able to combine architectural quality with the excellence of its wines (Alsace Tourist Office).
Since the Middle Ages, this luxurious and neat corner of Franca has been able to combine architectural quality with the excellence of its wines (Alsace Tourist Office).

In this place, everything happens as if time had stopped. impeccably guarded by its peopleRequiver, Con A unique architectural heritage in Alsace, It is almost the same as its inhabitants lived in the 16th century. double perimeter wall It is one of the best preserved jewels in the region. the village they live in today Just over 1,000 people. First comes from the fortifications middle agesMost accurate dates by year 1291.

In this context, you can go The three defensive towers of the city Those who are still standing: tour assistantWere Anabaptist Tower And that Thieves Tower, The walls of the old prison of Rickevihar whose thickness varies from 2 meters to 5.

Its name comes from a gentleman of French origin named Richo, who planted the first vineyard in the region.  to the region
Its name comes from a gentleman of French origin named Richo, who planted the first vineyard in the region. The area was called “Richo Villa” (capture)

have another perfect trip olda watchtower 25 meters high built in the 13th century With views of the city that are incredible.

What to do without time and what to do without forgetting the clock? walk on rocky roads Thank you for your commitment to discovering the current richness of a past that still lives on in the streets of the city. Its inhabitants proud of their history and perpetuating the architectural and decorative traditions, Roads are not meaningless structures. The villagers fill them with their customs.

the gaze wanders from one house to another, attracted by sandstone facade Wooden houses: Interlocking beams to better maintain the structure. Suddenly, in a hidden breach, you can let your eye pass through a small cluster that reveals an interior courtyard. This is a great opportunity to lift the veil and discover all its charms: Fantastic balconies and windows, Abundant flowers that towered over wells and fountains from another time.

It's a real journey through time that takes you back to the 16th century where it is located about ten kilometers from the fortified town of Colmar (Alsace Tourist Office).
It’s a real journey through time that takes you back to the 16th century where it is located about ten kilometers from the fortified town of Colmar (Alsace Tourist Office).

Classic traditions Riquevir is an obligatory invitation at Christmas, where its market attracts tourists from all over the region. You have to force your gaze to withdraw from the picturesque streets for a moment, to scan the horizon a little. Land 3 is covered in vines on rolling hillshis famous wine Riesling Named one of the 7 grape varieties produced in Alsace, but also the product of the 13 exceptional terroirs that make up Réquevire and its neighbors. Rebeauville.

Since the Middle Ages, this luxurious and neat corner of Franca has been able to combine architectural quality with the excellence of its wines. It is recommended to visit during the tour Mason Hansi, Dedicated to the famous Alsatian painter; brewer’s housedated of sixteenth century And that communications museumwhich traces in particular the history of the post and telecommunications in Alsace.

During the visit, it is recommended to visit the Maison Hansi, dedicated to the famous Alsatian painter;  Maison du Vigneron, dating from the 16th century and the Museum of Communications (Alsace Tourist Office)
During the visit, it is recommended to visit the Maison Hansi, dedicated to the famous Alsatian painter; Maison du Vigneron, dating from the 16th century and the Museum of Communications (Alsace Tourist Office)

For its part, the main street named Rue General de Gaulle You can go to the house that belonged to the architect Heinrich Schickardtmade to order Frederick I of Württemberg and E “Grete-Seal” One of the tallest half-timbered houses in Alsace.

Passing through the same street, when you reach number 38, you can see the court of your nobles Berschchem. One of the prettiest houses on the street, at number 42 Gourmet. At number 45, next door, is the house of nail gun Strasbourg has the most beautiful courtyard in the city. It is located at 11-13 rue de la 1 Armée, and was the court where the bishops of Strasbourg Received donations until the 14th century.

Passing through the same street, when you reach number 38, you can see the court of the nobles of Berchchem.  At number 42, one of the most beautiful houses on the street is Gourmet (Alsace Tourist Office).
Passing through the same street, when you reach number 38, you can see the court of the nobles of Berchchem. At number 42, one of the most beautiful houses on the street is Gourmet (Alsace Tourist Office).

Get lost, get away, take pictures, Instagram as if you were part of a Disney movie and get carried away by the details. This is the perfect idea for visiting Rickeyvihar. For those who live to sleep, It is essential to reserve a table for dinner as there is no restaurant without it.you must try retreat, Literally meaning “baker’s oven”, it is a stew of beef, lamb, pork, potatoes, carrots and onions cooked in a clay pot.

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