Colmar, France

If you want to visit an enchanting little french town, you should put Colmar on your bucket list. The moment you set foot into the historic Old Town it feels like you are in a real life fairytale. There’s also a rumour that Colmar inspired Belle’s hometown from Beauty and the Beast and if this is true, I won’t be surprised at all.

This was Liam’s first visit to France! Sidney and I travelled to France on a regular basis during our time in London, before Liam was born. It’s one of our favourite countries and it brings back a lot of good memories for us.

Imagine cobblestone streets, wonderful little shops, bakeries, markets, restaurants around every corner and colourful buildings with a mix of French and German architecture that is well preserved.

Liam’s favourite part was the 35 minute ride on the Petit Train through the beautiful streets of Colmar. He was super excited about it and it gave us a chance to relax for a few minutes (haha parent life!) and take in the beauty of the surroundings.

There’s also an area called La Petite Venice were the river Lauch runs through the town resulting in water canals, boat rides, cute little bridges and waterfront restaurants. This was my favourite part of the town and also the most beautiful.

Enjoy our pics from this romantic little town!

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Thank you so much for reading!

Lots of Love






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