La route des vins d'Alsace
Favorite thing: La route des vins d'Alsace (the Alsace wine road).
from Strasbourg to Colmar then to Thann.
Fondest memory: The bratwurtz in a baguette sitting on the stairs of the beautiful Strasbourg Cathedral.
- Wine Tasting
EU in Strasbourg
Favorite thing: In Strasbourg you find the Councile of Europe, the European Court of Human Rights and the European Parliament.
- Budget Travel
Where do you want to walk today?
Fondest memory: Where do you want to walk today? I found this confusing signpost in Petite France. There was only a crossing of two roads but the post shows ten directions.
Bilingual street names
Fondest memory: Not only in the "Quartier Allemand" (German District) but also in the city centre all roads have French and German names.
Follow the Route des Vins.
Favorite thing: Follow the Route des Vins. It goes from Marlenheim all the way down to Thann over 180 km. You ride from one town to another trough the beautiful vinyards.
- Wine Tasting
Go shopping and sightseeing in...
Favorite thing: Go shopping and sightseeing in the town centre ( Centre Ville ). As the buildings are different from the other regions of France, the Alsace Region is really a Charm!! And I mean it!
mignonne's General Tip
Fondest memory: Visit the 'La Petite France' quartier. It is a place where there are beautiful Alsacian buildings. There are many nice souvenir shops too!
View from Muenster tower about...
Favorite thing: View from Muenster tower about the red shing stone-city....
Fondest memory: Sand stone buildings, similar to Nuremberg (look the report!)
Visit 'Petit France', the area...
Favorite thing: Visit 'Petit France', the area of the old town. It´s such a romantical place!
Fondest memory: The boattrip around 'Petit France' in the evening has been lovely! Very romantic!
Favorite thing: Visit the Cathedral outside (looks very big one) and inside (wonderful stained-glass windows).
MORE IN MY TRAVELOGUE: Cathedral.
La 'Petite France' is in my...
Favorite thing: La 'Petite France' is in my opinion the nicest part of the city and worth for a visit. It is very charming!
Favorite views/sights of Strasbourg
Favorite thing: Here are some of my favorite quaint views of Strasbourg, starting with a most beautiful restaurant we passed, with red and white checked curtains in the windows and flowers galore.
- Historical Travel
- Arts and Culture
kek4la's General Tip
Fondest memory: I was sitting next to this church and a tram came on the birdge where this photo is taken from.I didn't believe it till I saw it again!
Capital of Europe
Favorite thing: This is the European parlaiment building in Strasbourg. Very contemporary design. It looks almost unfinished by this is the style chosen. An eclectic mix of styles wrapped around a central atrium.
Wander around 'Petite France'.
Favorite thing: These colourful half-timbered buildings in their riverside setting are really wonderful. Some are hotels and restaurants and it would be wonderful to stay in one of them.