Abbaye de la Pommeraie

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

8, avenue du Marechal-Foch, Selestat, Alsace, 67600, France
Abbaye de la Pommeraie
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 27% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Families70
  • Couples80
  • Solo100
  • Business75

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Train from Strasbourg to Brussels

by BohoSparrow

I wanted to take a train from Strasbourg to Brussels, and I wanted to buy a Eurail Benelux-France pass, but I'm not sure if this train would pass through Germany or not (thus requiring me to buy an extra ticket). I can't find the exact route map anywhere! Does anyone know if the Strasbourg-Brussels train passes through Germany? Or does it remain only in France/Benelux? Thanks so much for your help!

Re: Train from Strasbourg to Brussels

by K_V_B

To answer your questions:
- The Strasbourg - Brussels train does not go through Germany. It does go through Luxembourg though.
- The Benelux - France pass is probably a wast of money for this trip. A ticket for this train will cost you 67 EURO when bought on the spot. There are no advance purchase deals on this train.

Re: Train from Strasbourg to Brussels

by GyuriFT

Even less via Luxembourg:

Strasbourg-Bettembourg-Luxembourg-Sterpenich(Fr) is 38.30 euro, 241 km
Sterpenich(Fr)-Brussel = 24.80 euro, 204 km

Total: 63.1 euro

That's the way the EC-296 goes, so on the EC-296 the price should be 63.1 Euro.


Folks, why this obsession with railpasses? They are all rip-off!

Re: Train from Strasbourg to Brussels

by K_V_B

Well, a railpass is very usefull when the purpose of your trip is to do as much train travel as possible. For this reason the railpasses are quite popular with railfans.

Travel Tips for Strasbourg

that' phantastic that melange...

by lettrice

that' phantastic that melange of typical alsazian architecture, water and a city, that could be a town; a town perfectly composed and comfortable with its tecnology and crossway of colture, for the parliament and for its peculiar 'border-ambience'

The Cathedral.

by steventilly

Standing some 142 metres high, Strasbourg Cathedral was once the tallest in Christendom. It totally dominates the city (see the aerial view at the head of this page), and offers fantastic views over not only Strasbourg, but the Alsace countryside and into Germany. (The tower was closed when we were there, see all that scaffolding!).





the highest one in Europe. Wonderful gothic style. It is located in the heart of the city next to the



A visiter, la


dont la flèche est la plus haute d'Europe. D'un merveilleux style gothique, l'édifice est situé en plein coeur de la vieille ville, à proximité de la


Le Chalet

by Fam_Stoica about Le Chalet

Jean-Claude Helmer is the emperor of Strasbourg's night-life, the king of disco in the region.
Owner of a huge night-time dance complex, he has been catering to a carefully screened clientele for over 30 years. The young crowd can go wild to frenzied musical styles and keep up with the beat of the times. In another room those over 30 can get down and groove to tunes of the 60s and 70s. There are more and more theme-parties scheduled and the bars are constantly being expanded. Every party thrown here is sure to be a success as every detail is carefully planned from the thousands of costumes to choose from, to the luxurious evening gowns worn by the waitresses in the 'High-Class' bar.
Add to this the Karaoke bar, late-night restaurant and guarantee of rubbing shoulders with only the best and you'll know why the Chalet is such a popular spot.

Charlotte au chocolat

by koalatte about Aux Armes de Strasbourg

This restaurant is a type of Brasserie Alsacienne where you can eat all sort of local food but also some other dishes but it is mainly alsacien. I used to eat there at least once a month if possible and I think that it is a family owned restaurant. They are really kind and I remember once we arrived in this restaurant and they already closed the kitchen but they accepted to serve us which is uncommon in France!
Food is great there and I still haven't have time to try all the dishes :(( My favorite dish in this restaurant is a dessert : Charlotte au chocolat which is wonderfuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuul. I used to eat nothing during dinner just so I still have room and so I can have a big piece of my charlotte.


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