Petit Trianon (Le)

8, petite rue de la Course, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France
Petit Trianon (Le)
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Help wanted Transport Strasbourg

by planetsam

Help please
I am taking a school group to the European Parliament in Strasbourg, total of 9 persons. We are staying at the Grand hotel near the station. We need to get to the Parliament from the hotel, and I cannot find prices of transport for this journey.
Could you tell me :
a) Is it possible to walk that distance (we will have overnight bags)
b) Is there a bus or train we could catch and how much would it cost?
c)If we take a taxi, how much do taxis sharge for that journey?
I would be very grateful for any information.
Thank you

RE: Help wanted Transport Strasbourg

by mathaix


it is possible to walk from the train station to parlement through the place de bordeaux it would take you 1/2 an hour
u can take the trammway to the place de bordeaux but u have to take a change then a five minutes walk tickets are around 1.4€ or différent itinerary check this

or the taxi for 4pepople it would take you around 15 or 20 i think...

enjoy strasbourg

i m in aix and really miss it!

Travel Tips for Strasbourg

Place Broglie, Colonne Leclerc


In the middle of Place Broglie, a tall column celebrates the memory of General Leclerc that started in 1940 in Chad with a column of three hundred men with a single canon that became the 2ème DB (second armored division) and freed Paris on the 25th of August 1944 and Strasbourg on the 23rd of November 1944.

Marchés de Noël


Each square in Strasbourg has its own Marchés de Noël. Though they have a lot in common, some are a bit specific. Here is the full list in 2006.

Place Broglie and Rue de la Comédie : Christkindelsmärik
Place Gutenberg : Village des Artisans Roumains (invited country changing every year).
Place des Meuniers,: Irréductibles Petits Producteurs Alsaciens
Place Benjamin Zix : Comptoir des rois Mages
Place du Marché Neuf
Place d'Austerlitz : Marché des Bredle
Place de la Cathédrale
Place du château.

They are all working from November 25th to December 24th from 10:00 to 20:00 (till 21:00 on week-ends). A few of them work until December 31st.

Take a bike

by koalatte

Maybe because tourists don't feel like coming back tired from their trips they forget that in Strasbourg they can rent bike and ride for the day in the whole area.
Streets have special areas for bike and they also have their own itinerary. You can ride along the Rhin, and someone told me once that you can go to the south of Alsace just by following these path but sport is not my favorite hobby so I had never tried to go that far. But this is the best way to see things that you won't be able to see if you just stay in the center where there is too many tourists

Cycling in Strasbourg

by Nemorino

Strasbourg has a fine cycling infrastructure, and the city even maintains a non-profit organization to rent bicycles. I rented mine for EUR 12.00, which is their weekly rate, here at their shop near the central station in the Rue du maire Kuss, across the street from my hotel.

Second photo: The same organization has a second shop in the city center, in Rue Boucher.
Third photo: Lots of people cycle in Strasbourg. Here's one going by the opera house.
Fourth photo: Strasbourg is on the well-marked long-distance bicycle route called the Veloroute Rhein/Rhin, from Basel to Mainz.

Coffee and ciggy's and cake, oh my!

by Todd64 about 'Aux Deux France'

'Aux Deux France' Restaurant-Bierstub
I sat outside, but I did have to use the washroom and I remember it being quite pretty actually. I don't know if that's important, but I liked it. The waitress was a bit snotty but hey; it's France. The nicest aspect of this place is that it's right next to the canal, and if you follow it about 20 meter's down the right side of the restaurant, you end up amongst a couple of tiny shops run by a local artist selling an interesting collection of the wierd and wonderful. :o) To be honest, all I had was a wonderful pastry covered in powdered sugar, and 4-5 Espresso's, but it was all good.


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