Strasbourg - Do & See
The historical centre, surrounded by the charming river Ill, is the real marvel of Strasbourg. It comprises the "Petite France," "la place Kléber" and the cathedral area, which are all perfect places for strolling, improving one’s mind, shopping, relaxing outside cafés or even having parties.
Cathédrale Notre Dame
The pink sandstone cathedral is a marvel both outside and inside. It houses an old astronomical clock and a top platform to gaze at the whole city.
La Petite France
It’s the most picturesque and romantic district of Strasbourg. The alleys offer a succession of old half-timbered houses and, thanks to canals, the river Ill gives visitors the feeling of strolling in Venice. Fluvial tours of 70 minutes with explanations in several languages are available.
One of the major political places of the European Union, with Council of Europe, Palace of Human Rights and European Parliament all clustered close to the Rhine. Visits upon reservation only, but even a walk around those huge buildings is worth seeing.
Nowadays turned into a restaurant, this house is definitely the most beautiful one in Strasbourg, thanks to his marvelous sculpted framework ornating the upper floors.
The best bet to discover all of Strasbourg at it’s own rythm. Visits of about 90 minutes, in five languages.
Le musée Alsacien
Le musée Alsacien is located in former Strasbourg homes, this museum is a must for discovering Alsatian traditions.
Mémorial de l’Alsace Moselle
This memorial presents the stages in the bloody history of Alsace and Moselle people, who changed nationality 4 times between 1870 and 1945. Free self-guiding tours available.
Welcome to an interesting journey into beer world, in this still-active factory. Tasting at the end of the visit (French, English and German tours).
Le musée du chocolat
800 m² entirely devoted to cocoa. 100 grams of chocolate are offered to each person at the end of the visit.