Diana Dauphine Hotel Strasbourg

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

30 rue de la 1ere Armee, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France
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Forum Posts

Tours of Kelh Germany

by lebrass

We will be visiting Strasbourgh. Are there any tours of Kelh? Any wine tours, what other sites are there?

Re: Tours of Kelh Germany

by lostsooner55

Google "kehl.de", then click "translate this page" when link you want comes up. Gary

Re: Tours of Kelh Germany

by abalada

Most interesting is probably the "garden of two (river) banks".
Otherwise Kehl is not really interesting. Don't think that there are any tours.
You can use the trains or the CTS bus line 21.

There is a ticket covering public transport in Strasbourg (CUS) and the Ortenau region (TGO)
(the CUS network is not shown with all tram and bus lines on this map)
24h ticket covering both networks (CUS+TGO)
EUROPASS-family 24h EUR 10,30 (2 adults and 0-2 children under 12)

Oberkirch/Kappelrodeck/Achern are famous for their wine and have many wineries
a nice town is Gengenbach
a bit deeper in the Black Forest you can find the Black Forest Open Air Museum Vogtsbauernhof (near Hausach)
also in the TGO area: the Europa-Park in Rust. Germany's biggest and best leisure park

Re: Tours of Kelh Germany

by abalada

"garden of two (river) banks" page (in German with some (pure quality) photos)

Travel Tips for Strasbourg

visit 'la petite france';it is...

by fabrice

visit 'la petite france';it is an ancien part of the town,for pedestrians;very typical my home:le STIFT,which is the students' university residence for protestant theology;quai saint thomas,it is a marvellous building .We were very naughty there,I remember that we once put a little bomb in the central bell...

This was a picture taken in...

by mignonne

This was a picture taken in front of the Cathédrale. It was so tall that I couldn't get the whole building into my camera. In fact I think I took about 10 pictures of the cathedrale. hahaha. I was in Strasbourg for 5 days and everyday I passed by the cathedral to admire it and also to say my prayers:-D Just outside the cathedral, you can find all the souvenir shops with souvenirs and postcards!

The Alsatian language


The dialect spoken in Alsace is not homogeneous following the districts as it is not usually written but only spoken. It is one of the Alemanic languages that together with standard German, Francic and Bavarian, make the Hochdeutch languages (Higher German).

The Alemanic languages are three : Elsässisch (Alsatian), Schwäbisch (Souabe) and Schweizerdeutsch (Switzerland). The standard written form of these dialects is "hochdeutsch", standard German.

According to recent surveys, the number of dialect speakers is rapidly decreasing. Some 60% of the 1.6m inhabitants of Alsace speak the Alsatian dialect while only 36% of primary school pupils can speak it.

To and From Strasbourg

by Nexus7

Strasbourg has a small airport which can be traveled to on many budget airlines such as Ryan Air and the like. From the airport you must take the bus which costs about 10 Euros I believe and get off where it connects with the A-line for the tram. From there the A-line goes right to the middle of town where the central train station is and the view from the train station is in the picture provided to the main part of town.

French Epicerie

by auremat about L`Epicerie

The restaurant is actually a room. It looks like my gran`mas kitchen... You often share a table with some poeple, and the atmosphere is relax! Dont be more than 4 otherwise you will have to wait a long time for a table! The dishes are very simple but delicious. Dont expect big plates but original french toasts and dessert. Try the wine glasses with sirupt.. hummm


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Address: 30 rue de la 1ere Armee, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France