An easy day-trip from Paris, the medieval town of Senlis is an undiscovered gem. Its meandering streets, Roman walls, Gothic cathedral—older than Paris's Nôtre Dame—and unspoiled atmosphere give the distinct impression of having traveled back in time.
Wissembourg is not only the "Gateway" to France but is also one of the gateways to the Parc Naturel Régional des Vosges du Nord (Northern Vosges Regional Natural Park). Set in the foothills of the Vosges, the town's location is ideal for the tourist who wants to discover the treasures of the Alsatian countryside. Formerly a small town of craftsmen & winegrowers, Wissembourg has always been a welcoming place, not only rich in memories, but also pleasant to stroll around. (Wissembourg, France)