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All reviews unesco world heritage old town beautiful city lots of nice shops walkable city timber framed houses shops and restaurants great town pretty city great place to stroll pedestrian zone place kleber european city cobblestone streets historic area the river tourist office
We really enjoyed this city. We caught the train from Freiburg. Trains were excellent and the station was in the city centre. The Cathedral was amazing and the walk up to the base of the spire was well worth it. Petite France was lovely to...More
You can spend hours walking around the city centre of Strasbourg, and you'll keep discovering new things on the buildings around you. Everything is at walking distance. Sometimes you'll have to line up to get a nice picture, because even in september it was quite...More
Strasbourg was exploding with people the day of our visit here on the last Saturday in July. This is the day of the biggest "close-out" summer side walk-plaza sale event.
Fine if you are shopping, not so much if the goal is seeing the architecture...More
Lots of tourists, lots of activities going on - but it still felt great!
I think it's because of the way the city is laid out, the crowd and tourist groups move through the areas smoothly - they don't really linger, so it's not stifling...More
Wandering around the core of Strasbourg's old town presents many interesting subjects for the photographer. There were side streets and plazas, each ever changing. For that reason, travel lightly. My gear: DSLR with a zoom lens. This has flexibility without having to carry a big...More
Lovely old cobblestone area. Main attraction is the Cathedral but lots of shops and cafes. Very touristy and most expensive closest to the cathedral so cross a short bridge to get off the island and stroll! Learn the history of the tanner’s district before you...More
I am not sure if there is enough to keep you busy for four days,but there are lots of possibilities for a day trips from Strasbourg.Connectons with Germany are very good.Half an hour from Strasbourg is Colmar,one of the most... More
I am not sure if there is enough to keep you busy for four days,but there are lots of possibilities for a day trips from Strasbourg.Connectons with Germany are very good.Half an hour from Strasbourg is Colmar,one of the most beautiful little towns in France.You can easily go to Karlsruhe,Baden Baden or Freiburg as well.Freiburg is beautiful.Strasbourg is very nice city,but you have a lot of options nearby for a day trips.Interesting thing is that you can go to Germany(Kehl)from Strasbourg by tram.Have a nice trip.
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Take the bus to the train station near Rust. Use then a 24 hours ticket from Herbolzheim and feel free to use also the tram in Strasbourg for free. Check the bus and trains to come home at night or stay one night in... More
Take the bus to the train station near Rust. Use then a 24 hours ticket from Herbolzheim and feel free to use also the tram in Strasbourg for free. Check the bus and trains to come home at night or stay one night in Strasbourg eventually.