Exclusive Hotel Baumann

16 place de la Cathedrale, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France
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Satisfaction Excellent
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  • Families85
  • Couples37
  • Solo100
  • Business20

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TGV train station

by lilanemone

Hi everyone,
I will be landing in Paris in September and I need to get to Strasbourg on the same day. I wanted to know if it is easy to get around in the airport to get to the TGV train station ? And is the train station in Strasbourg close to downtown ?

Thank you !

Re: TGV train station

by K_V_B

That depends one which airport you land at. Roissy - Charles de Gaulle has a TGV station that is part of Terminal 2, so it is easy to get at if your flight docks there. There are a few direct TGVs from the airport to Strasbourg. If there is no convenient direct train to Strasbourg you can take the RER to Gare du Nord, which is just a block away from Gare de L'Est, where there is a train for Strasbourg at least hourly.

Re: TGV train station

by fabrice

strasbourg train station is very near the city centre

Travel Tips for Strasbourg

visit the old town. One of the...

by DanielF

visit the old town. One of the most scenic areas is called 'Petite France'. This is the quartier where the tanners used to live and there a lot of canals and Fachwerk-houses in a German style. This is a good area for strolling or sit in a café. I have been to Strasbourg only twice and it was always for short stays, so I do not really have many memories of it. But I am still longing to come back and enjoy the peaceful, beatiful life in the city.

St Pierre Le Vieux

by bugulma

It was the first church on my way from railway station to the old city. This church is composed of two perpendicular buildings, one affected to the Catholic cult, the other to the Protestant cult. The Protestant church was built between the XII and the XVth century. In 1683, Louis XIV assigned the chancel to the Catholics, leaving the nave to the Protestants. In the XIXth century, a new church of neo-Gothic style was built for the Catholic parish.

Strasbourg, as befits the home...

by vilkas

Strasbourg, as befits the home of the European Parliament, is a cosmopolitan city and very welcoming to visitors. Almost everyone speaks English, but of course it's best to learn some French before you go, if only out of politeness. Contrary to legend and my own expectations, the French in Alsace were extremely patient and friendly even with my parents, who to my embarrassment refused to speak a word of French!

I never see much mention of...

by vilkas

I never see much mention of the Alsatian countryside in travelogues. But it is really not to be missed, especially the Vosges mountains in western Alsace. It is also reputed to be an excellent wine-growing region, though as a non-wine drinker (beer for me) I can't vouch for the quality. Tucked among the hills are some gorgeous little villages, often with historic churches and even small castles.

Cozy artsy atmosphere serving up comfort food

by sunlovey about Brasserie Au Dauphin

What cool, cozy, vibrant, even romantic atmosphere this place had...

The menu is in French & German and the food is a melange of French & German cuisine...

I absolutely loved the decor... tons of bright still lifes captured in dramatic golden frames... oh and the entrance, a beautiful lighted canopy of vines.

I found the prices totally reasonable. This place might of been a bit on the touristy side but I really liked it nonetheless. I had a delicious vegetarian dish of mushrooms and spaetzle in a cognac butter sauce here, and of course, wine!

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