From Vosges, Strasbourg is approximately 25 miles (40 kilometers) to the southeast from here while Stuttgart, Germany is about 85 miles (137 kilometers) to the east.
Two of the most magical family attractions around Vosges are Parc des Miniatures and the popular La Bresse Ice Rink. Play, laugh and discover at these two much-loved destinations for the young and the young at heart.
One of the best places for a game of golf within the vicinity of Vosges is Vittel-Ermitage Golf. Get outfitted in the pro shop, and hit the fairways, then end the day in the clubhouse bar kicking back with friendly locals.
One of the most iconic heritage sites in this region is the Joan of Arc's Birthplace. This atmospheric place provides for visitors the chance to deepen their understanding of an important time in time. Spend some time visiting this site and also other ancient structures and monuments for a history lesson about the events that shaped this city.
Lovers of culture and history will adore the Museum Louis Fracais, one of the most popular cultural destinations in Vosges. Take advantage of the peace and quiet, ask the friendly staff about the guided tours, buy something from the gift shop or just admire the well-curated displays.
Vosges boasts some fine civic spaces; La Bresse Square is one of the most popular. Bring that someone special and switch your smartphone to silent, this square is the place to spoil yourself for while.
Walk back through carnage, courage and chaos of conflicts past at Vosges's historic watchtowers and fortifications. Spend an hour or two at the Fort de Bourlemont, and check the signs and inscriptions for the legends about what life was like here in the early days.
Zigzag down the slopes or let the kids make snow angels, the city’s ski resorts are the perfect vacation choice for solo travellers and families alike. La Bresse-Hohneck is one of the most popular wintersports venues in the region.