Ibis Strasbourg Centre Petite France

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

18, Rue du Faubourg National, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France
Ibis Strasbourg Centre Petite France
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
5%
3
Very Good
50%
30
Average
38%
23
Poor
6%
4
Terrible
0%
0

Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 17% higher than other 2 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families75
  • Couples72
  • Solo70
  • Business41

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Forum Posts

travel to strasbourg from prague

by jimwhitehead

Hello;

We are travelling to Strasbourg from Prague in early August. Does anyone know of the bus lines that would serve Strasbourg leaving from Prague.

Thankyou

Jim

Re: travel to strasbourg from prague

by embi40

Try these 2 websites

http://www.pragueexperience.com/travel_flights/public_transportation.asp
http://www.busstation.net/main/buscze.htm

and check the Prague travel guides for transportation tips.

Re: travel to strasbourg from prague

by K_V_B

I'd suggest to look in to travel by train also. There is a night train from Praha to Karlsruhe that has tickets starting at 29,- for a seat, and at 69,- for a couchette. Definitely more comfortable than a long distance overnight coach. From Karlsruhe it's only a short local train ride to Strasbourg.

Re: travel to strasbourg from prague

by fabrice

there is an eurolines coach ,a night coach, I have taken it from strasbourg to prague

check the schedule http://www.eurolines.fr

Travel Tips for Strasbourg

See the folklore museum to see...

by noahsdad

See the folklore museum to see how ordinary Strasbourgeois/Strassburgers lived in times past. Visit the cathedral and note the half-timbered architecture of the city. Try some delicious coq au vin--made with Riesling! There's a great synthesis of France and Germany here, so it's appropriate that part of the Euro-bureaucracy was located here, in the borderland of the two original anchors of the European Union...

St Pierre Le Jeane (protestant)

by bugulma

The chyrch is situated Quai Kellermann. In 1031 begins the construction of the present church on the site of a merovinginian chapel dedicated to Saint Colomban.
It was consecrated in 1053 by the Alsatian pope L?on IX. The present Gothic church, former college, kept the basis of the bell-tower-porch and some walls of the Romanesque building.

Gutenberg

by Bjorgvin

The main square of the city is Place Gutenberg named after the famous inventor of movable type. Johann Gutenberg (d. 1468) lived in Strasbourg for more than ten years (c. 1430-1444), and it is generally accepted that he developed his invention there. But Gutenberg was from Mainz, Germany, and it was not until he was back in his hometown that he became able to install a printing shop, which was the beginning of it all.

Buy a 'Strasbourg Pass' to...

by Fam_Stoica

Buy a 'Strasbourg Pass' to visit more and spend less !
This cheque book is the best way to visit Strasbourg
at a lower cost - it contains free admissions and reductions.

Price : 60 FRF;

Validity : 3 days from the date of purchase;

5 free offers :

Visit of one of the monuments
(OFF instead of 20 FF),
Ascent to the Cathedral platform
(OFF instead of 20 FF),
Visit of the Astronomical Clock of the Cathedral
(OFF instead of 5 FF),
Boat-tour to Strasbourg
(OFF instead of 41 FF),
Free disposal of a bicycle during one day
(OFF instead of 30 FF);

5 half price offers :

Visit of a second museum
(10 FF instead of 20 FF),
Tour with the mini-train (from April to October)
(14,50 FF instead of 29 FF),
Guided visit on foot (from April to December)
(19 FF instead of 38 FF),
Audio-guided visit of the old town
(19 FF instead of 38 FF),
Visit of the 'Naviscope Alsace', an old Rhine boat
(12,50 FF instead of 25 FF).

Where is it possible to buy it ?

At the Strasbourg Tourist Office (one office near the railway station, another near the Strasbourg cathedral) and in many hotels of Strasbourg and surroundings.

Fantastic Seafood Platters!

by Ujamaflip about La Mauresse

I was recommended this restaurant by a friend who lives near Strasbourg, and after trying their delicious food, had to recommend it to all of you too. Specialising in sea food, there is a host of different dishes to choose from. We chose the Plateau La Mauresse, and where overwhelmed when they brought out a giant platter of ice garnished with oysters, crab, mussels, cray-fish, snails, etc...

The interior, whilst pleasant and well decorated, doesn`t have the character of some alsatian restaurants. Nevertheless, the food makes up for this. The service is professional, but friendly and not pompous - if you can`t work out how to get the snails out of their shells don`t be afraid to ask!

This restaurant is highly recommended for all seafood fans out there. The Plateau La Mauresse was fantastic (see the photo). This was 68Eur for two, they also have another one (La Plateau Royal) for 100Eur, don`t know what that is, but sounds special!

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