Amazing part of the old town, very pretty but... be careful, we found a restaurant to be a total tourist trap...
Great ambiance if a little touristy. You can't help but love the quaintness of this town. We loved it at night as the crowds disappeared and my son kicked his soccer ball around the cathedral as I wondered along. He kicked the ball all over the town that night actually. The food is great. Take a boat tour. Climb the... More
This is a just a jaw-dropping part of this historic city! You must take time to walk around and have lunch or dinner in this most romantic area of Strasbourg!
Strasbourg's Le Petite France is one the best places I know for walking from cafe to cafe, have a glass of wine or two, watch people and then move on to the next perfect cafe and repeat. The weather is normally quite good, the scenery is wonderful and the hospitality is top notch. At Christmas time there is one Europe's... More
The old town of Strasbourg is marvellous. Narrow, cobbled streets, canals and old houses leaning this way and that, medieval towers and gnarled trees - all contributes to the impression that you are back in a time where everything was smaller, quieter, prettier, warmer. on a more human scale, simply. And of course, lots of good restaurants! The barrage Vauban... More
I recommend the bateau mouche tour of the canals. The whole place is a paradise for amateur photographers like me.
historic location and romance environment with various choices of restaurants and ice-cream shop the walking on the river will be nice memorial in this romantic city
We were in walking distance to La Petite France, and made the most of having dinner here. Beautiful views of the differences in Architectural landscape. Very german influences also. We loved strolling the little streets and spent time popping in and out of little bars.
This is the area for people who want to have the best of old Europe in architecture and culture paired with very modern food and shopping opportunities. From high level fashion down to outright tourist nepp, from high level cuisine to fast food, all is there and most of the shops tailor for high end customers. The houses are (mostly)... More
Absolutely beautiful place a must see when in Alsace. Charming colorful houses, river and geraniums everywhere.
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