One day in Strasbourg

Besides all this Christmas hustle and bustle, Strasbourg is a charming little place which is always a good place to visit both in cold and hot time of the year. It’s not easy to get lost in this cosy town looking more like any other German place – it is this architectural and cultural diversity that makes France so special. A day for a good walking tour around should suffice before heading to other marvelous spots of Alsace region.

Strasbourg, France

Notre Dame de Strasbourg

It is impossible to miss and however strict it might seem, the cathedral is gloomily imposing in the heart of the old town. A real masterpiece of the Gothic architecture.  However, do get on the tour for the view of the Strasbourg city-centre, which looks ever so tiny from the building that up to XIX century used to be the tallest in the history of Christianity.

Strasbourg, France

Strasbourg, France

Strasbourg, France
Strasbourg, France

Petite France

Which means Little France is an old town of the city, and probably the busiest place with the tourists. The quays are gorgeous!

Strasbourg, France

Strasbourg, France

Strasbourg, France

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Barrage Vauban

A defensive bridge looks particularly beautiful at night. You can easily walk through and to see the old statues kept inside.

Strasbourg, France

Strasbourg, France

If you want to see some museums, do it. Want to try traditional cuisine (which looks for 95% like a German one) – do it. Don’t forget to pay your attention to the thousands of storks – a symbol of the region of Alsace.

Strasbourg, France

Every time we are in Strasbourg, we help ourselves with the cheese from Monoprix and a pretzel from the numerous bakeries, which are still totally French. :)

Strasbourg, France

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By the way, Strasbourg is one of the top most cycling cities of Europe, so feel free to have a ride on those green city bikes. :)

Strasbourg, France
Strasbourg, France

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A Day in Strasboug

2017-12-07T15:20:46+00:00 December 7th, 2017|

2 Comments

  1. Marine Friday December 8th, 2017 at 02:16 PM - Reply

    Très belles photos qui font honneur à ma ville ! C’est vrai que quand on aime pas trop la foule, il faut éviter la période du marché de Noël. Mais c’est tellement joli à cette période en même temps. Et que dire de cette délicate odeur de vin chaud aux épices que l’on sent un peu partout.. :-)

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