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- 98%Business Travelers
- 95%Local Culture
- 93%Green Travelers
- 85%Luxury Travelers
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- StrasbourgMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Jan 29, 2013
I ventured to the center of Strasbourg specifically for the famous Christmas Market and I did not leave dissapointed. The market is spread out throughout the whole city center so it's never too crowded. There are endless food stalls overflowing with cheesy, bacon-y, potato-y goodness. Not to leave out the mounds of sweets pouring out the rest of the stand, gaufres au nutella anyone? The streets light up at night with magnificant displays to get you in the festive mood, it is truly romantic once the inevitable snowfall begins. Don't forget to look up, the buildings are decorated to the T!
- StrasbourgJan 09, 2013
Surrounded by two arms of the River Ill, the Grande Ile (Big Island) is the historic centre of the Alsatian capital. It has an outstanding complex of monuments within a fairly small area. The cathedral, the four ancient churches and the Palais Rohan – former residence of the prince-bishops – far from appearing as isolated monuments, form a district that is characteristic of a medieval town and illustrates Strasbourg's evolution from the 15th to the 18th century.
- StrasbourgMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 13Nov 13, 2012
Beautiful town in the Alsace region of France. It has a unique history and culture having gone back and forth between being independent, and a part of French and German influence many times. It has a spectacular sandstone cathedral, and a charming German high renaissance architectural style in much of the old town center.
- StrasbourgNov 05, 2012
A very student oriented city on the eastern borders of France. Culture In Strasbourg is a bit different than in other place in France, because the local culture is based on German culture and language. Olde people around Strasbourg don't speak french to each other but Alsacien - a german based language. Things you need to eat while in strasbourg, Bretzels, Beer, Beer with Picon, choucroute, flammekuche and bakerhoeffe.
- StrasbourgMember ofLocal CultureLuxury TravelersOct 24, 2012
This is a very nice city. We took a boat ride on the canals first before walking around. It looks like a french town should look like with the old buildings and the common areas. It does get crowded with tourists so plan on getting therre early or staying overnight.
- StrasbourgOct 24, 2012
SUMMER ATTRACTION ***** from STRASBOURG CITY
*** ( FREE SHOW for TOURISTS paid by Local Tax-payers of Strasbourg ;)
Open Air Unique Master-piece of Aquatique Show "with Laser beams on the High Water BUBBLES" with Synchronized MUSIC + FIREWORKS.
When: ** JULY + AUGUST (every Evening 2010, 2011, 2013,..)
22h00 - 22h50
Where: ** Place de L'ETOILE, Strasbourg (Tram stop)
: 7 mins walking from Cathedral Notre Dame, Strasbourg
(you may check www.Strasbourg.eu for Details & on Youtube for Aquatique Show Strasbourg for videos :))
WINTER ATTRACTION for TOURISTS:
Strasbourg is the EUROPEAN Capital city for CHRISTMAS with its Traditionally famous Marché de Noêl (Christmas Markets)
When: NOV + DEC every year
Where: Place de Broglie +
+ many others small traditional Alsatian markets with warm Wines,...
- StrasbourgFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
Strasbourg est une ville située dans l’Est de la France, sur la rive gauche du Rhin. C'est le chef-lieu de la région Alsace et du département du Bas-Rhin.
Elle est la septième ville de France et l’une des seules villes au monde dont le centre soit entièrement classé patrimoine mondial de l'humanité par l’Unesco. C’est également l’une des seules villes, avec Genève et New York, à abriter le siège d'organisations internationales (Conseil de l'Europe depuis 1949, Parlement européen…) sans être capitale d’un État.