After three trips to the Route du Vin, we've visited most of the villages along the way. Kaysersberg is among the best. It's touristy enough, so that it has interesting shops and things to see, but it isn't as slammed as other villages, like Ribeauville. Overall access to the town from Colmar is very good, and the parking situation is about the best we've seen. We've always been able to find a place at one of the big municipal lots at the low end of town. Once you get out of the car, the shops and sights are arrayed along a couple of main streets, so that your visit follows a logical path. You'll know when you've seen it all. We enjoyed the various wine caves and the glass blowing workshop. Plan on spending two or three hours.
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