Strasbourg Vacations

Strasbourg, the literal intersection of German and French culture, is renowned for its sandstone Gothic Cathedral, medieval cityscape and white timber-framed buildings. If walking and admiring beautiful architecture is your thing then Strasbourg is your city. Strasbourg is a great walking city, particularly in the Petite-France district alongside the Ill …

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Things to see and do in Strasbourg

Yellonero | Trip by SkyscannerLa Petite France
La Petite France
guillenperez | FlickrStrasbourg - Grande île
Strasbourg - Grande île
Pricey | FlickrCathedral of Our Lady of Strasbourg
Cathedral of Our Lady of Strasbourg
Amber Wei | Trip by SkyscannerParc de l'Orangerie
Parc de l'Orangerie
voyage1 | FlickrPlace Gutenberg
Place Gutenberg
Maida Romina Cantero Gonzalez | Trip by SkyscannerEuropean Parliament
European Parliament
Yellonero | Trip by SkyscannerPonts Couverts
Ponts Couverts
Yellonero | Trip by SkyscannerSt. Paul's Church (Strasbourg)
St. Paul's Church (Strasbourg)
SteveR- | FlickrStrasbourg Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art
Strasbourg Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art
fredpanassac | FlickrMusee Alsacien
Musee Alsacien

Reviews of Strasbourg

Maida Romina Cantero Gonzalez
Maida Romina Cantero GonzalezNew Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Strasbourg is such a lovely city!!! Small halls, music on the streets, flowers and coloful small houses everywhere you go...My favorite food? Choucroute

Stephen Bugno
Stephen BugnoAnchorage, Alaska, USA

I have enjoyed a short stay in this city in Alsace, with its magnificent cathedral and beutiful old timber-framed houses and lovely old town.

charlieTehran, Iran

This city is very popular and it is called Christmas center. The first Europe's chrismas store is in this city. This city is very good for Christmas and it has more than 300 stores!

Rebecca Goglia (@BeccaBandit)
Rebecca Goglia (@BeccaBandit)The San Francisco Bay Area, California, USA

What an adorable city! I love the look of the buildings here, straight out of a fairytale! Be sure to see the cathedral and the light show at night. Unfortunately, the cathedral was closed when we were visiting. There's lovely restaurants here to featuring regional Alsace cuisine.

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