Colmar Photo Tour
The Colmar Photo Tour is a guided walking tour of the city combined with a photo shooting.
COLMAR – THE GEM OF ALSACE.
Colmar is a pocket-size city located in the heart of Alsace.
Despite its small size, it was its strategic location that made of Colmar an important trading spot…all these exchanges are reflected in its architecture, history and cultural heritage.
Its charming old town, packed with renaissance houses and colorful half-timbered buildings framed by the banks of a local river, is a delight to the eyes.
Solo, in a couple, with a group of friends or with your family…let yourself be taken by the charm of the city while you are caught in camera in a casual manner…having as a background a little bit of the soul of the town.
How does the “Colmar Photo Tour” work?
During this 2-hour tour, we will stop at different spots where I will be giving you some historical information about each location. These locations will also serve as a background for your photos. Even though the itinerary is pre-set, I can adapt the shooting spots and poses according to the seasons, to the light and to better suit your personality.
What’s included in the tour
Duration of the tour
The “Colmar Photo Tour” has a duration of 2 hours.
Languages of in the tour
The “Colmar Photo Tour” is done in Portuguese and English.
Deadline and Delivery
Within a week after the tour had taken place, you will receive (via e-mail) 10 digital photos to eternalize those moments.
In case of bad weather,
the tour could be re-scheduled
(depending on the availability of the guide/photographer)
These tours are private.
Feel free to book just for yourself, for you and your loved one
or for a group of friends/family.
Come as you want, as you are. But if you really want, you could try to match the outfit colors:
light or darker
bright or pastel
The Photo Tours are ideal gifts
to celebrate special moments:
birthday, anniversary, engagement, maternity, hen-dos, etc.
How to get to Colmar
Colmar is located 75km south of Strasbourg. It’s 1h-drive away or a 30-minute train ride from Strasbourg.