1 bedroom accommodation in Strasbourg
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Strasbourg, the capital of Alsace and the home of the European Parliament, is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, with its famous cathedral, decorated with intricate and detailed sculptures. A city on the border between France and Germany, on the left bank of the Rhine, Strasbourg has an extremely rich biocultural history and heritage. For this reason, the entire city center is classified as Unesco world heritage. Because of its geographical and political situation, it is one of the most important economic centers in France.
Gastronomy : In Strasbourg gastronomy is more than a simple art of living, it is a culture, fed by centuries of tradition, constantly renewed, complemented by the talent of great chefs and enthusiasm of restaurant owners. Choucroute (Sauercraut), Baeckeoffe, Tarte Flambée (Flammekeusche), Spaetzle, Foie gras ... These traditional specialties are mainly sampled in the profit hubs, small taverns, with a warm and friendly atmosphere. Strasbourg is characterized by hundreds of restaurants and bars, open to new trends and international cuisine.
- Notre Dame Cathedral, a wonder of Gothic art.
- La Maison Kammerzell, traveling in time
- La Petite France area of the city surrounded by water
- The church of St. Thomas, the Protestant church of Saint Pierre le Jeune
- Le Krutenau, La Place de la République, the Synagogue of Peace
- The banks of the Ill, the "Egyptian" house
- The European institutions: the Council of Europe, the Palace of Human Rights, the European Parliament
- Palais Rohan (Museum of Decorative Art, Art and Archeology)
- Notre Dame, Alsace Museum, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Historical Museum of the City of Strasbourg, Zoological Museum, Museum of Tomi Ungerer (International Center for Illustration)
- "Le Vaisseau" (fun science), the Planetarium, Chocolate Museum, Museum of Mineralogy
- Botanical gardens, garden of the 2 banks, the Orangerie park, Parc de Citadel (former fortress square), Pourtalès Park
Châteaux, bike rides, restaurants ...
From your base in Strasbourg everything is open to you: discover the vineyards, the lakes, the mountains or visit the villages and villages. On both sides of the Rhine the landscapes are of an astonishing diversity.
The regional park of the North Vosges is classified as a world reserve of the Biosphere. The wine route, which covers 170 km, includes all wine-growing villages. The Roman Route combines all the most famous places of Roman art in Alsace.
Tourist Office - 17, Place de la Cathédrale - 67000 Strasbourg