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On this Segway tour, you’ll pick from 3 routes around Strasbourg and a special route where you’ll taste a variety of the region’s best products. Once you've mastered your new mode of transportation, you’ll discover the city’s La Petite France quarter, passing by the cathedral and scenic canals. Your guide will share stories about the city's history as you trace your route along the Ill River.
Cycling is one of the best ways to discover the Alsace capital thanks to 311 miles of bike paths. You’ll meet your guide and pick up your bike in Place d’Austerlitz and then peddle to the city’s most popular areas and landmarks. Highlights include the historic quarter of Petite France, Strasbourg Cathedral, Rohan Palace, Republic Square and the European Parliament.
This audio-guided tour lets you discover Strasbourg any time of day at your own pace. Walk from one medieval monument to the next in the old town, check out the charming La Petite France quarter, and learn the history of the city’s centuries-old cathedral.
Silver Mine Visit & Museum
The largest subterranean cavity in the Vosges mountains, St John Engelsbourg is a former silver mine that has been in operation for nearly 400 years. Accompanied by an expert guide, this one-hour tour will take you along the mine's tunnels. You will learn about the lives of the mine workers, while taking in the fascinating views of this underground world. The modern Tellure complex built on the mine's site includes a panoramic cinema, an optical theater and a museum, offering interesting insights on the mine activities and the people that devoted their lives to digging out the mountain's treasures.
Weekday Electric Boat Rental
This electric boat rental service gives you the freedom to explore Strasbourg at your own pace – plus no license required. There are 3 types of boats available to rent: "The Ace" for 5 people, "The Scoop" for 7 people, and "The Most" for 11 people.
The Little Prince Theme Park in Ungersheim
Inspired by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's classic novel, "The Little Prince," Parc de Petit Prince is the world's first aerial park. Centered around 2 hot air balloons, visitors are lifted into the sky and get to enjoy views over the Vosges Mountains. Back on the ground, attractions range from petting areas to a 3D cinema, as well as an interactive dialogue with computer-generated book characters.
3-Day City Pass
This 3-day pass lets you enjoy free services and numerous discounts on admission to monuments all around Strasbourg. You'll visit the platforms of Strasbourg's Notre Dame Cathedral for amazing views, as well as see its astronomical clock. You'll then go on a river cruise through the city and explore one of the many museums there.
Bike Rental: Strasbourg City Center
Centrally located between the train station and Place Kleber, this one-day bike rental service makes it easy for you to take your time and explore the city like a local. Pedal through historic streets and squares and get a look at daily life in Strasbourg.
MM Park WW2 Museum, Flight Simulator & Games
The Military Museum Park France houses a huge collection of vehicles, uniforms, weapons, and other artifacts from World War 2. You’ll also get to try a flight simulator and go through an obstacle course. Test your strength as you tackle a range of high ropes and monkey bars.
Housing the world’s largest private collection of West African Voodoo artifacts, the Château Vodou is a unique museum, steeped in religion and mystery. With collections originating from all over West Africa, the museum lets you discover a fascinating world of rituals, ancestor worship, natural medicines, divination and witchcraft.
Pixel – The Video Game Museum
At the Pixel Museum, you’ll get to play some of the most popular video games from the past 40 years, all while learning more about the history of gaming. You can also test out the latest consoles at the museum’s "Gaming Zone" and participate in various workshops and events.
Quartier Européen - Orangerie
0.8 miles from downtown
Strikingly modern. This area exudes the cool air of diplomacy, its litter-free streets lined with geometric glass façades. As the centre of European Parliament, it’s not uncommon to see diplomats lunching between sessions in Orangerie Park. The park’s mini zoo and mini farm mean the diplomatic quarter is not strictly for grown-ups.
Places to stay from $36 a night
City-Centre - Petite France
Fancy seeing all of France in one day? See the Alsatian half-timbered houses and quaint bridges in an area known as “La Petite France”. Admire the Notre Dame de Strasbourg Cathedral at its centre, then branch out and explore the side streets. In late November, Place Broglie transforms into the annual Christmas Market, laden with wintery treats.
Places to stay from $18 a night
Strasbourg Train Station
0.3 miles from downtown
This area may be small, but it packs a mighty wallop! Fly through the Strasbourg Museum of Modern Art on Place Hans Jean Arp for your fill of Euro-art. Afterwards, learn about the art of spending at Les Halles, a mega-mall filled with high-street brands. The music never stops at “La Laiterie”, Strasbourg’s best fancy-pants night-spot.
Places to stay from $42 a night
2.2 miles from downtown
A touch of nature. Old houses blend with bureaucratic buildings, set to a backdrop of verdant greenery. Discover the Parc de Pourtalès enclosed by Robertsau Forest by foot or bike. Check out the 19th century Chateau de Pourtalès, the architectural splendour of the European Human Rights Court, or take a canalside walk.
Places to stay from $45 a night
Strasbourg is the capital of France's Alsace region, and its proximity to Germany creates a unique blend of cultures. Its UNESCO-listed center, the Grande Île, features incredible medieval architecture, but the old town's centerpiece is the Gothic Cathédrale Notre-Dame, with its stone gargoyles, astronomical clock, and stained-glass windows. The center is famously pedestrian-friendly, perfect to explore either on foot or bike. When night falls over the lantern-lit alleys, all lined with timber-framed houses, the city takes on a fairytale air.
Learn all about Strasbourg's rich history with a visit to the Palais Rohan – an 18th-century palace now home to three museums: the Musée des Beaux-Arts (Museum of Fine Arts), Musée Archéologique (Archaeological Museum), and the Musée des Arts Décoratifs (Museum of Decorative Arts). Don't miss the nearby Historical Museum, featuring exhibits on the city's early medieval days up until the founding of the European Union.
Strasbourg's magical atmosphere reaches its peak from November through December when the winter markets appear. They've been held in the city for four centuries and sell Alsatian Christmas decorations, artisinal crafts, and local specialities like "Kougelhopf" (a sweet bread filled with raisins) and Muenster cheese.
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|Most popular time to visit||October-December|
|Cheapest time to visit||January-March|
|Local currency||€ 1 = $1.12|
|Average weekend price||$99 per night|
|Average weekday price||$106 per night|
|Average stay||2 nights|
pittoresque, charming, historic and a base to visit other places. Only downside is the lack of authentic restaurants anymore. Postive point is that train station is close to old city and area is modern and clean
Very nice city to visit, great food, wine and architectural views. It's quite a medium size city with atmosphere of small village. I'd recommend to stay inside the island close to the Little France, where you could do almost everything walking.
Transportation is terrible! Every shop closes too early, you can't find anything in the evening. People are okay but not so good acting. Old houses and river-canals was amazing and there were so many cyclists because cycling road are so nice all around the city. I liked this about cycling. The prices are so high
Great city for walking and spending time immersed in its beauty, history, architecture and the many great sights. Outside of the city, plenty of parks, amusement areas, walking trails with family and friends. Loved it..
Landmarks in Strasbourg are astonishingly beautiful and represent the perfect mix between the French and German culture which evolved into its own Alsacian style. The food choices are also wide going from Choucroute with Wädele to Lamala, Spätzle, etc. There are many museums that can also be cheaply accessed with a single pass. The most interesting ones are the ones about Alsacian or Strasbourg's History, but there are also options for the little kids, art lovers, and so on. As the second biggest student city in France we expected the nightlife to be more alive but apparently everyone went back to their original region during the Easter holidays. So in the end, we didn't get to do allnighters. Also, many people in Strasbourg go to Kehl in Germany to go out. They have a direct tram to go there until a certain hour. I'm sure there were more things to see outside of the city in the country side, but we didn't have the time to do everything we wanted.
Very nice city, with a beautiful and preserved architecture combining french and german styles. Its full of tourist so walking in the center or around the cathedral can be kind of annoying, as well as near the famous photo spot in petite france. As you can imagine, by being France and Strasbourg the place where the European Council and parlament has its offices, I found it kind of expensive. Place has a lot of bars and restaurants with a good atmosphere and you can walk alongside the river and have nice views from there.
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