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80 Minute Strasbourg Sightseeing Tour by Pedicab
"Our 80 min tour comprises all the important sightseeing spots of Strasbourg: Petite France Neustadt and the European institutions.On your pedicab you will go from the Petite France (old town) area of the city the tanner’s quarter the covered Bridges and the Vauban dam to the Neustadt (imperial district) and will see the key tourist spots in town: Notre Dame de Strasbourg Cathedral Le Palais des Rohan and La place de la République and its neoclassical public buildings. You will pass along the river by the European district and Parc de l’Orangerie as well as the ARTE television headquarters. If you’re short on time a""
From EUR80.00
 
Sightseeing Tour of Strasbourg by Pedicab
"Choose one of our two 1 hour circuits:1. City center tour (Petite France and Neustadt)On your pedicab you will go from the Petite France area of the city to the Neustadt and will see the key tourist spots in town. Along the way on your pe the covered Bridges and the Vauban dam Notre Dame de Strasbourg Cathedral Le Palais des Rohan and La place de la République and its neoclassical public buildings. 2. European institutions and NeustadtYou will pass along the river by the European district and Parc de l’Orangerie as well as the ARTE television headqu""Explore Strasbourg in a relaxed way on a pedicab as you are taken round the main points of interest in the city.title=Highlights&1=1-hour+sightseeing+tour+of+Strasbourg+by+Pedicab&2=Choose+between+two+different+itineraries&3=See+La+Petite+France%2C+Notre+Dame+de+Strasbourg+and+the+Covered+Bridges&4=Visit+the+European+District+and+Parc+de+l%E2%80%99Orangerie&5=Get+i
From EUR60.00
 
Private Tour: Strasbourg and Black Forest Day Trip from Frankfurt
"Start the day with a hotel pickup or meet your private guide in central Frankfurt. Then leave the city by air-conditioned vehicle and travel to the northern edge of Germany's enchanting Black Forest Schwarzwald to discover the sunny Baden-Württemberg region of deep-green woodland and mountains. As you travel chat about the area and take the opportunity to ask any questions you may have. The beauty of having a private guide is that any commentary is tailored to your interests.After roughly two hours on the road arrive in Baden-Baden an elegant Black Forest spa town with tree-lined avenues
From EUR838.00

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La Village de la Biere

Here’s a little shop in which you can purchase all sorts of different craft beers, beer glasses, and beer accessories. Belgian beers, UK beers, along with beers from other countries were available for...
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Monoprix and Simple

There are only two big supermarkets in Strasbourg's city centre, which means they are packed at most times of the day. They are Monoprix and Simply (a branch of Auchan). Simply is on Rue des Grandes...
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Wine

The Alsace is a major wine growing region. Due to its geography and history it's unusual in France in being a producer of German varieties, like Riesling. It's one of the most important German wine...
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SOUVENIR SHOPS

What a selection of souvenir shops in Strasbourg, especially around the streets near the Strasbourg Cathedral and on Cathedral square. Side by side the shops stood, each with their wares on display...
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LA CURE GOURMANDIE

Across the road from L. Bollinger, was this shop. Another beautiful window display greeted me, and is it was open, I went inside. Mmm, the smell, the variety of Biscuits and of everything sweet on...
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L. BOLLINGER

This Souvenir shop was just around the corner from Place Kleber. What struck me first, was the outside of this building, one I loved straight away. Next, I looked in the shop window and saw a lovely...
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Le Village de la Biere

One of my goals when traveling is to sample as many beers as practical but when you driving you are limited in the number of beers you can try. This is where Le Village de la Biere comes in. They have...
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Kirn

This store has all the local food you want. Some is vacuum-packed and okay for transporting without refrigerator.Interesting experience: It's a big store with many counters for the various categories....
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Cathedral Precinct

This is a little street which runs between the Cathedral and the River Ill. You can souvenir shop here to your heart's content. Here too are a number of restaurants including my favourite Le Gruber...
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Designer Shopping

This is a street full of high end shops and boutiques which is an absolute pleasure to stroll through. Like me, you may not be able to afford anything you see, but there's no harm in looking, is...
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ULTRA ORANGE & ULTRA FUNK

ULTRA ORANGE IS A CONCEPT SHOP WHICH PROPOSE A WIDE RANGE OF YOUNG DESIGNER FROM FRANCE AND SPAIN. IN A VERY 70'S DESIGN SHOP YOU WILL FIND A SELECTION OF THE BEST COLOURS AND INOVATIVE CUTS FOR EACH...
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Le Palais des Thes

Well...I love tea so I just went crazy in this shop...we did actually cause we ended up buying three kinds of tea and believe me...it was so so difficult to choose between the hundreds of flavours......
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Beer !!!

Coming to Alsace (name of the region where Strasbourg is situated) and not drinking beer would be an offense to the local culture ... Unfortunately, the only beer we found out at 1 in the morning was...
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Galeries Lafayette

Non-EU citizens can shop without the 12,6% sales tax at Galeries Lafayette. The minimum amount you must spend in one store is a total of 175 euros. You pay the price in full, but are issued a form...
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14, Rue des Corroyeurs, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67200, France
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5, rue des Moulins, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France
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15 rue du 22 Novembre, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France
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33 rue Geiler, Conseil de l'Europe, Strasbourg, Al
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4 Rue Des Francs-Bourgeois, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France
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10 Place De La Gare, Strasbourg 67000
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Top Things to Do in Strasbourg

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Notre-Dame Cathedral

We could see the top of this church peak out above the other buildings as we tried to park our car. I wanted to see it, so we walked towards it and it was just amazing. It is HUGE! And, the ornate...
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Petite France

A small area in Strasbourg of waterways ,canals, covered bridge, locks,towers.pubs etc. There are direction signs to Petite France but there could be more. I had a beer in the pub Academie de la Biere...
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Les Ponts Couverts

Les Ponts Couverts or the covered bridges received their name because during the Middle Ages these bridges connected islands between different distributaries of L’Ill River and canals of Zornmuhle,...
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Place Gutenberg

Place Gutenberg or Gutenberg Square is situated in historical part of Strasbourg near Cathedral. Johannes Gensfleisch zur Laden zum Gutenberg (1398-1468) was a man of many skills and professions he...
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Boat Trips

Boat cruise along L’Ill River around Grand Island should be very attractive. If you take a boat with open deck and without glass roof, then opportunity to take wonderful photos and videos will be...
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Barrage Vauban

Barrage Vauban or Dam of Vauban was built in 1681-1690 by famous French Military engineer and architect Marshal Sebastien Vauban (1633-1707). As everything during this time, construction was executed...
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"The Best of Both Worlds"
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