Unmissable tourist sites
Strasbourg Travel guide
Strasbourg : Michelin's recommendations
One of two European “capitals”, Strasbourg is the seat of the European Parliament and the Council of Europe, yet manages to retain its human scale around its Gothic cathedral and old Petite France quarter. A trendsetting place since the Middle Ages, it protects its heritage and the environment with tramways and cycle paths. At the heart of Alsace, Strasbourg offers all that the region is celebrated for: foie gras, wine, chocolates and eaux de vie.
Tourist attractions Strasbourg : Things to see and do
place de la Cathédrale F - 67000 Strasbourg
Under construction from 1015 to 1439, the cathedral owes much of its charm to the pink Vosges sandstone from which it is built. The façade is remarkable, particularly the central portal . The Gothic spire , 142 m tall, is an architectural tour de..
place Kléber F - 67000 Strasbourg
An 18C building, flanking the River Aubette. The river was named as such, as it was at dawn (à l'aube) that the garrisoned unit came to collect their medals. At the centre of the square, there is a statue by Jean-Baptiste Kléber (1753-1800). The socl..
Rue du Boudlier F - 67000 Strasbourg
This has a pleasant view over the Tanners quarter. Here the river splits into four arms. Water mills, dams and floodgates are all still visible.
15 rue du 22 novembre F - 67000 Strasbourg
Prix Prices from : 79 €
Hotel and restaurant : Ideally located five minutes from Strasbourg Cathedral in the heart of the city, the Hôtel Hannong proudly nurtures its close ties with the city and its history. This is aptly demonstrated by the large fresco in the lounge unde..
Prix Prices from : 55 €
The Kleber Hotel is located in the historic city centre of Strasbourg. It offers nicely decorated guestrooms with flat-screen TV and free internet access. The central location of the Kleber Hotel in a pedestrian district allows for easy access to th..
Discover an old half timbered hotel - post house since the 15th century - in the historical heart of the city with 60 well renovated rooms which have in their time welcomed famous people like Goethe and Voltaire. Natural large walls and double window..
Leisure activities Strasbourg
Save with a three-day Strasbourg Pass. Visit the museum of your choice, take a boat trip and climb to the cathedral viewing platform. Plus, join a tour and visit a second museum for half the normal price. Inclusions : The Strasbourg Pass is valid ..
77 Grand'Rue F - 67000 Strasbourg
An attractive, trendy restaurant with a resolutely contemporary feel throughout. Sleek decor dotted with bright paintings, designer tableware and very appetising modern cuisine.
10 r. de l'Outre F - 67000 Strasbourg
Intimacy, elegance and harmony reign in this Strasbourg institution, which exudes a certain classicism. The same applies to the food: quality seasonal ingredients go into the delicious and well-executed concoctions.
8 r. des Dentelles F - 67000 Strasbourg
Sweet, salty, sour, bitter and... "umami" (savoury), the fifth taste in Japanese cuisine and the hallmark of the cuisine here, which showcases flavours from around the world. Attractive modern decor.
4 quai Kléber F - 67000 Strasbourg
42 r. Bain-aux-Plantes F - 67000 Strasbourg
This typical Alsace house with lots of character (1572) overlooking the river Ill in the historic Petite France district is an institution for sauerkraut and other famous regional specialities.
1 r. des Dentelles F - 67000 Strasbourg
La Cambuse's intimate dining room is decorated in the style of a boat cabin. Simple yet refined fish and seafood are the specialities here, prepared in a fusion of French and Asian styles based around spices and a minimum of cooking time.