Audioguides and mobile apps

Get rid of maps and plans ...
“Looking for a "made-to-measure” discovery of the Guebwiller region? For half an hour, a full day or even a whole weekend? You’re interested in Romanesque art or industrial heritage, as well as the scenery? But you don’t really want to read the lengthy descriptions in the visitors’ guides? You like seeing old pictures that depict what you’re being told? Or just can’t be bothered to read a map?”

Par : Cécile

Animatrice du patrimoine

 

 

We have just the mobile app you need. !

The Communauté de Communes of the region of Guebwiller, officially a “Land of Art and History”, has launched its own audioguide mobile app: The heritage paths! Whether you’re visiting the region or live here, are a heritage fan or just curious, download the app now - it’s free! It offers more than 100 commentaries including 40 designed for children, for tours on your own or with the family.

Be totally independent

Thanks to the app, you can visit the essential Murbach Abbey, the Guebwiller vineyard or the Gast spinning mill of Issenheim in total autonomy. The app also covers itineraries with themes such as winegrowing heritage, Romanesque art or parks and gardens. You can even concoct your own bespoke tour in line with your interests and available time. Its geolocation system means you’ll have no trouble finding the sites, whether you’re driving, walking or cycling!

“If you have no internet connection on your mobile phone, you can download the app contents at home before you leave. And there are Wifi hotspots at Guebwiller-Soultz Tourist Office and at the Dominicains de Haute-Alsace centre. Discover the secrets of the Region of Guebwiller in just a few clicks!”

Cécile

Heritage facilitator
I'm lucky enough to be in a profession of passion: architecture and heritage facilitator for the Communauté de Communes of the Guebwiller region. My task is to promote our heritage by implementing projects that aim to raise awareness of the wonders of the “Land of Art and History”. I'm a historian and the evolution of gardens is one of my PhD subjects.