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Mostly Cloudy
max. 21 °C
 
min. 11 °C

Wind: 6 km/h
Precipitation forecast: 0 mm
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Mostly Cloudy 21.5 °C / Mostly Cloudy
 

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When to go to Strasbourg? (France)


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JanuaryNC26-1016720
FebruaryNC06-1516515
MarchNC313-72329
AprilNC718-330812
MayNC11212321017
JuneNC1424837615
JulyNC16278381215
AugustNC15267381417
SeptemberNC1222331917
OctoberNC816-1271116
NovemberNC510-5221115
DecemberNC38-1016618


What to do in Strasbourg : Tips, places, hotels and restaurants


StrasbourgLocated in eastern France, Strasbourg is the largest city in Alsace, and is on the Rhine. It is considered as the capital of Europe due to the presence within its walls more proceedings related to Europe. Its agglomeration totals more than 760,000 inhabitants. One of its features is its bicultural identity, due to its proximity to Germany. It enjoys an oceanic climate with often snowy winters and sometimes hot summers. In addition to its famous Christmas market, which lasts the entire month of December, Strasbourg attracts many tourists. It is accessed in different ways: by air through its airport located 15 kilometers from the city, either by TGV from Paris or by motorway. The on-site tram form a dense and effective network and buses. If cycle paths are numerous and cover more than 500 kilometers, making it the largest network in the country, so you can rent a bike without problems. Strasbourg offers a historical and architectural heritage very rich, and its center is a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Between monuments and museums, or during your walks at the discretion of the streets, you do not have time to get bored. Start by example instead of the Raven and his court of the same name with its beautiful half-timbered house, then walk along the quay of the boatmen and beautiful houses, while admiring the other bank of the Ill Rohan Palace. Cross the Pont Saint-Guillaume where you'll see the beautiful Church of St. Paul, push up instead of Marché Gayot, very lively and surrounded by lively bars and restaurants. You can also visit the Museum of the work of Our Lady, with its sculptures, tapestries, paintings and pieces of goldsmiths, wonderful garden, all situated in a beautiful complex of buildings dating from the 14th century for some . See also: the magnificent Cathedral, an architectural treasure of the city, the Kammerzell house on the cathedral square, the district of La Petite France, one of the loveliest of Strasbourg, the Vauban dam, Place Kléber, the Alsatian Museum, among others ... Food lovers will also find much to celebrate: Many establishments offer delicious local specialties and fine Alsatian wines. A city that you will not soon forget, and when you come back definitely.



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