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Strasbourg Visitor information

Marked by its history and culture, Strasbourg boasts an exceptional architectural heritage. In the town center, can be found stunning half-timbered houses with wooden galleries, the small district is very picturesque, the place du Marche-aux-Cochons-de-Lait and Rue du Maroquin. You must take the time to walk by the famous district of Petite France, and appreciate the waterways and reflections of Alsasian houses.

But there is more to do of course in Strasbourg, culturally speaking, it offers a few museums such as the Rohan Palace which houses three museums, or also the Palais du Rhin former palace was built at the end of the 19th century to become an imperial palace. The beautiful building in the new town is worth seeing. 

Access by train 

Main train station of Strasbourg is called Gare Wodli. The main train station of Strasbourg or "gare centrale de Strasbourg" offers several connections in France and Europe. It is located near to the city centre, so when arriving in Strasbourg by train, you may even walk to the town center- or take the tram.

Access by plane

There's one airport called: Aéroport de Strasbourg . Delta, KLM, Volotea, Danish Air Transport, Air Arabia Maroc, Nouvelair, ASL Airlines France and Lufthansa CityLine all fly direct to Strasbourg. 

How to get around ?

Getting around Strasbourg is easy, once in the town center, the main attractions can be done by walking as the city is designed to promote clean air. But if you wish to reach further places you can choose the mode of transportation that suits you best : you can cycle, or take public transport.

Events

Christmas market (Christkindelsmarik) : The famous Christmas market is an absolute delight, the little chalet huts that line up across the Grande Île. From small gifts procured locally, to the glass of Vin Chaud (mulled wine), to warm savory or sweet snacks. There are over 300 stalls and it attracts 1.5 millions visitors every year. 

There are also lots of music events throughout the year in Strasbourg, from contemporary music, classical music to Jazz. There is an event for everyone, please feel free to check the tourism office page of Strasbourg. 

History of Strasbourg

The city of Strasbourg also known as the Capital City of Christmas is the largest city in the Franco-German border in Alsace. The city celebrates Christmas each year like no other, the renowned market is the largest in France. The market is the oldest in France as it dates back to 1570, it draws today millions of pilgrims and shoppers from all countries each year. 

Wordly famous for its towering Gothic cathedral, it is one of the most magnificent cathedrals along the Rhine River. A late Gothic masterpiece, it is one of the tallest cathedrals in the world. It is also very famous for its astronomical clock and also records the first Christmas tree set up in a Christian house of worship from the archives back in 1539. 

Another important place of worship in Strasbourg is the Saint Paul’s protestant church,  built in the 19th century. This church was built to be used by the protestants garrison church for the German army, after the annexation of Alsace to the German Empire in 1871. 

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