All Seasons Strasbourg Gare

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

14 Rue du Maire Kuss, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France
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Rated 14% higher but also costs 26% more than other 2.5 star hotels

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Castles in or around the Strasbourg area.....

by jean_235

We will be in Strasbourg on the 27th of September till the 30th of September. My wife loves Castles, is the many Castles in and around the Strasbourg area or within a short distance via Tour Bus or Train as we will be staying in town center? Thanks..

Re: Castles in or around the Strasbourg area.....

by K_V_B

The "Haut Koenigsbourg" near Selestat (south of Strassbourg) is a must if you like castles.
To get there you can take a bus shuttle from Selestat (which also serves a few other places of interest). Selestat is only a short train ride from Strassbourg.

Re: Castles in or around the Strasbourg area.....

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Travel Tips for Strasbourg

Place Broglie, Market for Christmas trees.


Besides the Opera, Place de Broglie is the place to buy Christmas trees. There are hundreds of these trees that come from the neighboring Vosges mountains. Place Broglie is also the place for a huge Marché de Noël (a few wooden booths are seen on the left of the photo), the Christkindelsmärik. See my tips Marché de Noël for more.

Place du Marche aux Cochons de Lait

by steventilly

The Place du Marche aux Cochons de Lait, or Suckling pig market place to you and me is no longer a market, it is now a pretty square, which, along with Rue de Marouquin, is packed with cafes, bars and restaurants. This was one of my favourite parts of the whole city.

The oldest wine

by ruki

If you are fancier of wine you must visit wine cellar of Strasbourg city hospital. This cellar founded in 1395 and renovated in 1994. Today it is a specific wine museum featuring more than 40 ancient barrels, a wine dating from beginning of the 17th century and barrel from the year 1472. This is one of the oldest wines in the world. This wine was tasting only three times – first tasting was held for the Swiss delegation in 1576, the second was in 1716 when was the renovation of Hospital and the last person who had tasted this wine was general Lecrerc in 1944.

Cave Historique des Hospices de Strasbourg
1, Place de l'Hopital
Tel: +33 3 88 11 64 50
Fax:+33 3 88 12 81 59

Rental Car - Not needed

by ATXtraveler

Most of the time, I promote the ability to drive around a city as being a positive way to get more into a day rather than waiting for public transportation, or incurring a lot of cost of a cab. In Strasbourg however, I would highly warn against renting a car, as there are just too many sites easily within walking distance of each other that you would spend more time finding a parking spot for your rental than sightseeing.

If you are going to rent a car however, I would recommend a smart car! These little things were very common in Strasbourg, and fit into a few tiny spots!

La Cigogne

by jandris about La Cigogne

At La Cigogne there were at least three waiters, and there was a distinctly 'professional' rapport between them. When they weren't serving, they stood in the doorway and made comments about the patrons or other events nearby. While we were sitting at La Cigogne (The Swan), we were entertained by a couple of street musicians who were really quite good. Suprème de Saumon à la crème de Riesling at 79 DM. This was the best salmon I had ever eaten. It had a mustard-Riesling sauce, and was served with green beans and potatoes. We also had Alsacian bread with our meal. For dessert, we split an Alsacian Apple Tart, another winner.


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Address: 14 Rue du Maire Kuss, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France