Discover beautiful and picturesque Strasbourg
Built on the Franco-German border, adorned with the best and most positive elements of these two cultures but also full of international air and finesse, the city of Strasbourg is a favorite destination for visitors from all over the world.
Wander the cobbled streets of the central district of Petite France and be enchanted by the architectural peculiarity of the buildings that so harmoniously adorn it. Be in the central part of the city to admire the imposing Notre Dame Cathedral with the gothic clock and start a cultural journey that will captivate you. Cross the bustling Republic Square and head to the city's most important museums
such as the Palais Rohan Museum, the Archaeological Museum of Strasbourg and the Museum of Contemporary Art which will take you through their special exhibits and reveal all the secrets of historic, artistic and cultural wealth of this place.
Hop on the small boats and enjoy a romantic boating in the river that will guide you to the most important parts of the city. Then, move to the adored Orangerie Park, the green area that will enchant you through the colorful images formed by the famous orange groves and the zoo that will give moments of relaxation and carefree to young and old.
The gastronomy of Strasbourg
A harmonious combination of French and German cuisine is waiting for you to discover all the special flavors that await you in the restaurants of the city. In Strasbourg you will find delicious burgers in many versions that you will love. Of course, co-stars of the gastronomic scene are famous sweets of the city such as crepes and tarte 7ambee. Finish your meal with a glass of fine wine from the country's winery.
The best season to visit Strasbourg
You can visit Strasbourg all months of the year. However, from November to January you will achieve the magical decorations of the holidays while in summer you will enjoy the most favorable weather phenomena.
How to move around Strasbourg
Transfer from/to Strasbourg
To get to Strasbourg you can fly to the nearest Baden-Baden airport and from there take the metro, bus, or rent a car.
Transportation in Strasbourg
To get around the city you can use the local buses and trams that run frequently, taxis or rent your own car.