Travel to Strasbourg

 

  1. The Grande Île is Strasbourg’s historical center which was the first city centre to be classified entirely by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.
  2. Spanning across the river into the German city of Kehl, on the eastern bank of the Rhine and with nearly half a million inhabitants in a metropolitan area Strasbourg is one of the nine largest cities in France.
  3. The historic city centre can easily be explored in a day or two and is most easily explored on foot. You should consider hiring a bike or using the public transport network to be able to cover more ground.
  4. Strasbourg has to offers many cultural events concerts- both free and not-so-free, operas, ballet, and more besides than dozens of museums.
  5. In many traditional restaurants, in the city or in the neighborhoods many Alsatian specialties can be eaten. For example, you shouldn’t leave Alsace without having thesauerkraut (choucroute in French).
  6. Built between 1176 and 1439, the Cathédrale Notre Dame is undoubtedly Strasbourg’s finest architectural highlight. With a 142 metre tower is the highest cathedral tower in France.

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Travel to Strasbourg

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