Strasbourg Tourist Office
The cathedral, The Petite France, what else? Nothing to miss in Strasbourg, even if your stay is short? The tourist office offers you essential places to visit in the Alsatian capital, for an unforgettable stay!
Boat trip to Strasbourg
Discover Strasbourg by boat why not? Boarding from Palais Rohan in Strasbourg, Batorama offers you a unique experience with two choices of circuits.
Visit of the European Parliament
Open to visitors Monday to Friday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The visit lasts approximately 60 minutes.
Go behind the scenes of the European Parliament in Strasbourg, visit its hemicycle and end with an interactive visit to the Simone Veil Parlamentarium.
In the middle of the Black Forest in Rust, Germany, discover Europe with family or friends through the 15 themed districts of Europa Park. Over 100 attractions and shows that will meet all expectations.
Europa Park - Rulantica
Rulantica, A course for dazzling adventures, one of the largest water parks in Europe, 25 water attractions, including 17 slides for young and old, promise unforgettable adventures.
The Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle
Haut-Koenigsbourg castle is located 26 km north of Colmar, 55 km south of Strasbourg and 12 km west of Sélestat.
The Haut-Kœnigsbourg castle is a 12th century Alsatian castle, deeply altered in the 15th century and restored before the First World War.
Mont Saint Odile
High spiritual place of Alsace located at 10 minutes from Obernai, the Mont Sainte Odile (753m) is dear to the hearts of all Alsatians. Rich in a glorious past, this historic site will allow you to discover many vestiges of history.
The Monkey Mountain is open from the end of March to mid-November. The visit lasts approximately 1 hour.
The Monkey Mountain is an animal park located in the town of Kintzheim
The park is open from March to November. The visit lasts approximately 1 hour.
The eagle park raises and presents to the public endangered raptors.
Eagles, hawks, vultures and other specimens roam the privileged setting of the castle and take part in flight demonstrations organized daily.
The Wine Road
Renowned for its exceptional itinerary and the simplicity of its route, the Wine Route invites you to discover the region and its winegrowers. The Alsace Wine Route crosses 120 towns and villages of incomparable charm. Half-timbered houses, flowery alleys, Romanesque and Gothic churches follow one another over more than 170km.
The Alsace wine road with bikes
For the more courageous, it is possible to discover the wine road with bikes.
Obernai Tourist Office
Located 25 km south-west of Strasbourg, Obernai offers so many attractions that it is the most visited city in the department after the European Capital… Obernai, legendary origin of Holy Odilia, is a true digest of Alsace where you will find tradition and memories of the past.
The Golf reception is open every day from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The Kempferhof Golf is an 18 hole golf course. It is built on 85 hectares in Plobsheim, it opened in 1990. The golf is located 15 minutes from Strasbourg in Alsace.
The Gingerbread Palace
The gingerbread palace takes you to discover the playful and gourmet universe of the "Mannele", located in Gertwiller, the museum is open daily from mid-February to the end of December.
The Chocolate Museum
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