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  • Christmas Market

    Strasbourg is known as the capital's Christmas Market. Every year, from 24th November to 25th December Strasbourg is lightened and liven up. There is a giant Christmas tree erected in the heart of Place Kruger, one of the main squares in the town. The Christmas tree is...

    0 by Nadia, 10 months ago
  • La Petite France

    Petite France is the historic district of Strasbourg. The area is a UNESCO World Heritage Sight which is testament to its beauty. Many shops and small restaurants will delight those wishing to walk around and go shopping. If you have the time, take advantage of it by...

    0 by Alex, 2 years ago
  • Temple Neuf

    The Temple Neuf is a Protestant church located in the centre of Strasbourg, very close to the city's cathedral and the Place Kléber. It's a beautiful church, but it came as a process of discovery to me because, given its very close proximity to Strasbourg Cathedral, it...

    0 by Lottie, 2 years ago
  • Place Kléber

    Place Kléber is the main square, and the largest, in the French city of Strasbourg, and is located in the historic quarter just a short distance from the cathedral. The square takes its name from Jean Baptiste Kléber, who was born in Strasbourg and was a very...

    0 by Lottie, 2 years ago
  • Place Broglie

    Place Broglie is located in the historic quarter of Strasbourg, close to Place Kerber, Place de la Cathédrale and Place de la République. This square is very important because it is home to two significant buildings: the opera and the town hall (L'Hôtel de Ville)....

    0 by Lottie, 2 years ago
  • Place de la République

    The Place de la République is located close to the historic quarter of Strasbourg, in the Neustadt neighbourhood (which means "new" in German). Before the return of Strasbourg to France, Neustadt was the area that linked the old and new towns together. Within the...

    0 by Lottie, 2 years ago
  • Le Marché de Noël de Strasbourg

    Strasbourg is not a massively well-known city, touristically speaking, and I honestly don't understand why, as it is home to many unforgettable places and experiences. If you want to visit Strasbourg in its prime, it's best to go there in either the spring or summertime...

    0 by Lottie, 2 years ago
  • Le Jardin des Deux Rives

    Le Jardin des Deux Rives is located in both France and Germany, with the River Rhine separating the two countries and dividing the park into two parts. The French side is situated in the city of Strasbourg, where the German side belongs to town of Kehl. The park was...

    0 by Lottie, 2 years ago
  • Barrage Vauban

    Another of the places that you cannot miss out on seeing if you go to Strasbourg is the Ponts Couverts area and the Barrage Vauban [Vauban Dam, in English] in the historic quarter of the city, Petite France. Both the Ponts Couverts and the dam date back to the medieval...

    0 by Lottie, 2 years ago
  • Château du Haut-Koenigsbourg

    This castle, the Château de Haut-Koenigsbourg, is located in the commune of Orschwiller in the Bas-Rhin département of France, at the peak of the Vosges mountains. Koesnigsbourg means "king's castle" in German, and this castle is one of the most visited attractions in...

    0 by Lottie, 2 years ago
  • Rohan Palace

    This palace is located in the historic city centre of Strasbourg, and it is one of my favourite buildings in this French city for its look and its elegance. It is witness to the eighteenth century lifestyle in France, which was very princely and royal. Rohan Palace (Le...

    0 by Lottie, 2 years ago
  • Parc de l'Orangerie

    Another impressive place in Strasbourg is the Parc de l'Orangerie. It's one of my favourite places, not only in Strasbourg, but of all the places that I have visited, possibly due to how fond I am of it, having spent a lot of time there, but all of my friends agree with...

    0 by Lottie, 2 years ago
  • Petite France

    This picturesque neighbourhood of Strasbourg is located some ten minutes walking distance from the cathedral. It was declared part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Grande Île in 1988, and it's no wonder, as when you walk its streets, it's like losing yourself in a...

    0 by Lottie, 2 years ago
  • European Parliament

    Above all, Strasbourg is known for being the headquarters of the European Parliament, along with Brussels and the general secretary office is located in Luxembourg. Strasbourg is one of the few cities that houses an international institution without being the capital of...

    0 by Beth, 3 years ago
  • Place Gutenberg

    La Place Gutenberg is one of the city of Strasbourg's most famous squares. It's located in Strasbourg's Grande Île, just opposite Strasbourg's lovely cathedral's main façade. It's a medium size square if we compare it to the other bigger squares in Strasbourg, such as...

    0 by Beth, 3 years ago
  • Cathédrale Notre Dame

    Strasbourg cathedral is impossible to miss seeing as it's practically seen from every panoramic part of the city and from many of the same points. It is found in the historical centre of Strasbourg. It's called "Notre Dame" and it started being built in 1015 and was...

    0 by Ross, 4 years ago
  • The Christmas Market

    Admittedly, I haven't seen a huge number of Christmas markets, but the Christmas market in Strasbourg has to be one of the prettiest that I have ever seen with all its lights, its stalls, its roasted chestnuts, and especially its mulled wine that is too delicious for...

    0 by Branwen, 4 years ago

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