Ibis Strasbourg La Meinau

222 avenue de Colmar, (formerly Hotel Urbania), Strasbourg, Alsace, 67100, France
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Euro Honeymooners

by ArabSindibad

Good Day Amegos!
We are planning our honeymoon for 25 days across 7 Europian Cities. The cities are:
(Germany: Munich)
(Austaria: Zell Am See, Salzburg & Vieena)
(France: Paris & Strasborg)
(Italy: Venice)
I coldn't make up my mind about the route we best follow for this trip for the the most effective, cost saving, enjoyable & less trouble & tyring route. I have different scenarios & plans in mind. it's our first time in Europe. I got experience in traveling in America, Canada, Asia & Arabia & unfortnately no any idea about europe.
Kindly, Would you please help me & suggest to sort out this matter?

here's my plans.
Plan A:
Paln A Summury: (Road Trip: Munich - Zell Am See - Salzburg - Vienaa)& Fly to Venice & then Fly to Paris. Travel by train taking CNL to Strasburg & return to Paris.

Plan A Details:
Arive @ Munich & stay 3 nights
Hire a car from Munich & Drive to Zell Am See & stay there for 5 nights
Drive to Salzburg & stay for 3 Nights
Drive To vienna & stay for 3 nights & return the car rental.
Fly to Venice on a low cost airline, say, EasyJet & stay in Venice for 3 nights.
Fly to Paris on a low cost airlines and stay for 3 nights
then, take CNL train to strasbourg & stay there for 2 nights. After that get back to Paris & stay there for 3 nights. Finally fly to home sweet home Stopping over by Dubai for a night & then to my lovely citiy Dammam.

I would be thankful for taking the trouble for ging thru this lenghty Q.

Re: Euro Honeymooners

by Maryimelda

I'm sure that you will get plenty of advice on your itinerary, so I won't dare to comment on those parts of it that I am not really sure. I notice, however, that you are planning to fly from Vienna to Venice. Might I suggest that you consider doing this part of your trip by train? It really is a beautiful trip. I have travelled extensively by train throughout Europe and this particular trip has always stuck in my mind as the most enjoyable. You can leave Vienna at 6.30am and arrive in Venice at 1.30pm with no changes. Just get on the train, sit back, relax and enjoy the view. It is such a hassle free way to make this trip whereas I shudder to think of the complexities of flying EasyJet. Firstly, you will have to make your way to the airport which is probably a long way out of Vienna, then you will have to adhere to strict luggage allowance rules. Oh and don't forget, you must not be even one minute late for check-in even if it is not your fault, as they will not allow you to board the flight even though it is still on the ground. When you travel on the train, you will be boarding at Wien Sudbahnhof in the city centre and getting off at Venice Santa Lucia which places you at the main vaporetto terminal for quick transport to your hotel or if you are really wise and have booked a hotel near the station you can walk there in a minute or two. The train trip is seven hours as compared to an hour or so by plane, but that is air time only. The going and coming and time needed to check in and retrieve your luggage etc. will take almost, if not more, than the same amount of time anyway and of course, you won't see the spectacular scenery along the way.

Re: Euro Honeymooners

by claude-andre

If you take trains, look at this site:

You don't ask about your itinerary, but I would go to Amsterdam instead of Munich.

In Europe, train is often very practical, flying not (air time is short, but you have to reach the airports, wait for checking, get your luggage,.../ the train stations are in the middle of towns). I would travel by train between cities and rent a car when arriving, so you can explore the regions around. Eg, villages around Strasbourg are very pleasant.
Driving on highways is fast but not interesting.

I don't know when you intend to travel, but be aware that you have to book your accomodations in advance in the capitals (anytime of the year) and in less touristic places during holidays (mid-june - mid september).
In Venice it could be hard to find a room.


Travel Tips for Strasbourg

Visit the magnificent...

by mignonne

Visit the magnificent Cathédrale! The Cathédrale de Strasbourg is one of Europe's tallest gothic style cathedrals.It has a height of 142 metres. It has a clock in the cathedral and it sounds at 12.30pm everyday. It is not to be missed! While looking at the exterier, you will be totally charmed by the architecture of the building. Just beside the Cathedral they have a musuem called Musée de Notre Dame, and in this musuem I saw the tools used by the people up to the 15ème siècle( 15th Century) to construct the cathedral-It was completed in the 15th century. Believe me, it's INCREDIBLE!! Mais c'est INCROYABLE!!!

St Thomas' Church

by steventilly

Set close to the river, by the Pont St. Thomas, this is a huge, bulky looking church, built in red sandstone. It is sometimes known as 'the protestant cathedral' and contains some bizzare examples of funeral sculpture, the most famous of which is that of Marechal De Saxe.

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That would not be the Marché de Noël if there were not several booths with vin chaud, called Glühwein in Alsatian. Here, you can get a 25 cl vin chaud for 3 euros, water, Coca or Orangina for 2 euros, a bretzel for 1 euro or knacks (Strasbourg sausages) for 2 euros.

Cafe Brandt

by steventilly about Cafe Brandt

Very 'french' and very 'studenty' cafe/bar. Attractive glass frontage gives way to a typically smokey and spartan interior that has a lot of charm and oodles of character. Staff were, well, sullen is one word, but they were efficient and added to the character of the place! Anything.

So, this is French cuisine?

by CrtnShdofGrn about Zuem Stadtwappe

This restaurant is in the main area where many tourists visit, so I am sure it's not the best in town. It was good, but for all the raving you hear about French cuisine, I am sure this isn't it. Hopefully I will find a better place next time, but it was pretty good. I had the Cordon Bleu, and it was good, but a bit salty. My friend had salmon with pasta and a cream sauce, which was also quite tasty. I wouldn't discourage anyone from going here, but I will try to find a different place next time.


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