Called "Old-Brisach" in opposition to the Alsatian city of Neuf-Brisach built by Vauban in the seventeenth century opposite, on the French side of the Rhine. Vieux-Brisach (in German Breisach am Rhein) is a German town in Baden-Württemberg, located on the Rhine. It is twinned with Saint-Louis and Neuf-Brisach in the Haut-Rhin, Alsace and also with Pürgg-Trautenfels (Austria) and Oświęcim (Poland). It was French in the 17th century, long Austrian thereafter, the city of Vieux-Brisach has a lower part and a high district on its rock, where the cathedral of St. Stephen dominates the Rhine.
Panoramic view of the Black Forest from the top of the city.
Old towers and gates.
Its Cathedral dating from the end of the 12th century.
Its history museum located in the Rhine Gate called "Rheintor".
Its downtown and its picturesque lanes.
Tourist areas : Rhin
SVG coordinates : 980,969