Hotel Le Colmar

1 Rue du Maire Kuss, Strasbourg, 67000, France
Hotel Le Colmar
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strasbourg to paris

by lariederer

Want to go on the train from Strasbourg to Paris. How much and how long and what station in Paris? Thank you.

RE: strasbourg to paris

by GyuriFT

Are you sure you want to go to Paris only? Check my homepage.
Otherwise the regular price on International ticket is 52 Euro, but if you reserve via www.sncf.fr you can get a much lower globalprice, depending on the date you travel.

If you plan to visit a lot of places in France, you should consider buying an international ticket similar to what I did discuss onmy home page.

Visiting most major attractions in France and spending from few weeks to two months should not cost more than 142 Euro on trains - again, please visit my home page how to do it.

RE: strasbourg to paris

by Takalaga

Hi there,

You have only one station in Strasbourg, so that is easy. The train ride will take you approximately four hours, and you get to the Gare de l'Est train station.

You should book on the Internet on http://www.voyages-sncf.com/ (you can do that in English as well), and you can pick up your ticket directly at one of the ticket machines at the train station.

Hope this helps,

Christian

Travel Tips for Strasbourg

Visit the nice houses built...

by joh28

Visit the nice houses built with wood, called FACHWERKHAUS in German! The history of it is very old, so 1500 - 1600 developed, typical architecture from the european middle age... similar to them in Nuremberg !

'La Marseillaise'

by Bjorgvin

Claude-Joseph Rouget de Lisle (1760-1836) was an army officer of low rank and not a very ardent republican. In 1792, while stationed at Strasbourg, he composed the anthem of the Rhine Army, since known as 'La Marseillaise', later the French national anthem. It is called 'La Marseillaise' because volunteers marching from Marseille to Paris during the Revolution adopted it. Rouget de Lisle composed both the words and music, but he never wrote anything else of significance.

Rue du Bain aux Plantes

by ruki

Plant Bath Street

It is one of the most beautiful street in Le Petite France. There you can see typical half timbered houses and the lot of good restaurants and hotels. The street is on the list of UNESCO World Heritages sites.

Ortenau-S-Bahn

by Nemorino

This is a small local (but international) train which connects the French city of Strasbourg with the nearby Germany towns of Kehl, Kork, Legelshurst, Appenweier and Offenburg, just across the Rhine River. The reason I took it recently was that I wanted to catch a connecting ICE train at Offenburg, going up to Frankfurt.

The Ortenau-S-Bahn is run by neither the French nor the German railway systems, but by a small company which was set up especially for this purpose and which as far as I know is wholly owned by the German Land of Baden-W├╝rttemburg.

Second photo: The Ortenau-S-Bahn in Offenburg.

Fantastic Cheese Selection

by Ujamaflip about La Cloche a Fromage

La Cloche a Fromage is a unique restaurant specialising in cheeses. Indeed, the restaurant has an entry in the Guiness bood of World Records (1989) for the worlds largest cheese board! According to the season, over 200 cheeses are offered from around the world, and can be enjoyed in speciality fish or meat dishes, as fondues, raciettes, or just with bread and wine!

The restaurant is in a charming, but more quiet, relaxed location, near the place Gutenburg. The inside is tidy and appealing, and sitting outside on a hot day is very pleasant.

The Restaurant also has a cheese shop nearby.

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