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Hotel D Strasbourg

Hotel D Strasbourg

15 Rue du Fossé des Treize, Strasbourg 67000

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4.5 out of 5 (232 reviews)

Located in the heart of Strasbourg, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Saint-Pierre-le-Jeune Church and Tomi …

£72
Régent Petite France & Spa

Régent Petite France & Spa

5 Rue Des Moulins, Strasbourg 67000

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4.5 out of 5 (513 reviews)

This luxury hotel offers a prime location in the historical Petite France area, amid picturesque canals and cobblestone …

£124
Maison Rouge

Maison Rouge

4 Rue Des Francs Bourgeois, Strasbourg 67000

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4.2 out of 5 (1,415 reviews)

Located in Historic Center, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Galeries Lafayette Shopping Centre, Our Lady of …

£70
Hôtel Gutenberg

Hôtel Gutenberg

31 Rue des Serruriers, Strasbourg 67000

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4.3 out of 5 (258 reviews)

Located in City-Centre - Petite France, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Gutenberg Square, Our Lady of Strasbourg …

£69
Best Western Plus Monopole Metropole

Best Western Plus Monopole Metropole

16 Rue Kuhn, Strasbourg 67000

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4.3 out of 5 (751 reviews)

Located in the heart of Strasbourg, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Olympe de Gouges Media Library and Covered Bridg …

£65
Hôtel des Tonneliers - Cruche d'Or

Hôtel des Tonneliers - Cruche d'Or

6 rue des Tonneliers, Strasbourg 67000

Located in City-Centre - Petite France, this hotel is steps from Historical Museum, Alsatian Museum, and L'Oeuvre Notre Dam …

£58
Hôtel Les Haras

Hôtel Les Haras

23 rue des Glacières, Strasbourg 67000

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4.6 out of 5 (142 reviews)

Located in Petite-France, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Civil Hospital, Covered Bridge, and Alsatian Museum. Our …

£107
Hotel Hannong

Hotel Hannong

15 Rue Du 22 Novembre, Strasbourg 67000

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4.2 out of 5 (581 reviews)

This Strasbourg hotel is in the city centre, 100m from Place Kleber, the main square. Strasbourg Cathedral, Palais Rohan, an …

£71
Hotel Rohan

Hotel Rohan

17-19 Rue Du Maroquin, Strasbourg 67000

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4.2 out of 5 (427 reviews)

Located in Historic Center, this hotel is steps from Gallery of Prints and Drawings, L'Oeuvre Notre Dame Museum, and Our Lady …

£79
Lagrange Apart'HOTEL Strasbourg Wilson

Lagrange Apart'HOTEL Strasbourg Wilson

5C Boulevard du Président Wilson, Strasbourg 67000

4.0 out of 5.0
4.2 out of 5 (878 reviews)

Located in the heart of Strasbourg, this residence is within a 15-minute walk of Train Station Square and Covered Bridge. Our …

£58

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Pocket Guide: Strasbourg

Strasbourg: the Capital of Alsace

Strasbourg is on the French-German border, and over the years called itself both French and German until it settled as French in 1944. Being on the border, Strasbourg has a very cosmopolitan feel, drawing heavily on both cultures. Cobbled streets run through the historic centre, which is dominated by the huge gothic cathedral. While the city’s Medieval history is still very visible, Strasbourg slick European Quarter and its large student population keep the city very much in the present.

Travelling to Strasbourg

Strasbourg’s main railway station is the second largest in France, with regular direct connections to Paris, Marseille and Lyon as well as any international routes heading to Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland. Strasbourg International Airport sees KLM and Lufthansa, amongst other, flying across Europe and Africa. Budget airlines fly into Karlsruhe–Baden-Baden just a short train journey from Strasbourg.

Strasbourg’s History

There’s been a settlement in the area since Roman times, but Strasbourg only really came to prominence as a European stronghold in the 17th Century when fortifications were added. Urban growth continued well into the 20th Century, and today many museums document the city’s changes over the past 200 years. Much of its early history is still present in the historic quarter on the Grande île, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed island.

The European Union in Strasbourg

The presence of the EU in Strasbourg attracts holidaymakers as well as delegates and ambassadors. Many EU institutes have seats in Strasbourg’s European Quarter, most of which are open to tourists during quiet periods, and it’s easy to walk between buildings to get to meetings or guided tours.

When to Travel to Strasbourg

Nestled between the Black Forest and the Vosges Mountains, Strasbourg benefits from warm summers with little rainfall. Many visitors head to the city during this time, when its parks are in full bloom and restaurants open outdoor terraces. However, winter is also popular with skiers, who spend days up in the Voges.

May is a particularly busy month in Strasbourg as the city hosts the International Ladies’ Tennis Cup and the Night of the Museums, an evening when museums are free to visit. Fans of cinema descend on the city during June’s ten-day Celebration of Films Festival.

Where to Stay in Strasbourg

At the western end of Grande île, Petite France is one of Strasbourg’s oldest neighbourhoods. Timber-framed 17th and 18th-century buildings line its streets, though the old House of the Tanners is the area’s oldest building, dating back to the mid-1500s. The area’s traditional restaurants serve Alsatian cuisine and have outdoor dining areas overlooking the river.

There is a good choice of family-friendly hotels suited to a range of budgets in Strasbourg’s historic centre, just steps from the city’s red-brick cathedral and its astronomical clock, which chimes every day at 12.30pm. Place Kléber, the city’s central square and main traffic hub, is also in Grande île. The square’s bronze statue depicts the eponymous Jean-Baptiste Kléber, often regarded as one of Napoleon’s best generals.

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