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6th February 2013

Half French Half German - Strasbourg

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By: Joguru Team

The capital of Alsace French region, Strasbourg, is a definitive city in Europe. Having both the French and German cultural flavours, Strasbourg’s countryside is exceedingly charming and pictorial. The historic city of Strasbourg - the Grande lle – is totally enlisted as a World Heritage Site. Alongside of the well-known Rhine River and Black Forest, this cosmopolitan city plays host to the oldest French Christmas market. It houses a striking cathedral of gothic architecture, its vibrant Kleber Place is a focal point of shops and activity, its neighbourhood - La Petite France – is by far the most captivating French historic vicinity.

Strasbourg Travel Guide

Strasbourg International Airport is served by international and domestic flights. You can also get into Strasbourg through Frankfurt International Airport which is a two-hour rail ride from Strasbourg. National, international and local rail services are frequently operated by German and French Railways. By road you can get to Strasbourg taking the A4 highway from Paris or the A35 highway from Switzerland or the A5 highway from Germany. Once in Strasbourg, reliable and efficient tramways, Euro lines bus services, cycling and walking are the preferred modes of exploring the city. Baring the snowy cold winters, the springs, falls and summers are good times to visit this beautiful city.

Restaurants in Strasbourg

The scrumptious cuisine of Strasbourg reminds of its German taste having the quality and features that are French. Alsace’s memorable food is plentiful and best eaten in the traditional restaurants.

Au petit bois vert serves well-cooked Flammeküche which is a kind of a very thin pizza that is made with cream-onion sauce.

Au Dauphin serves the renowned choucroute or sauerkraut dish.

For Baeckeoffe visit the conventional restaurants of Le Sanglier and Winstub La Vigne. Baeckoffe is pork and beef stew cooked with carrot and potatoes.

Mooze located around the Kleber Place is a popular sushi restaurant.

Christians is among the contemporary Restaurants in Strasbourg. It serves appetizing lunch, tasty coffee and yummy desserts.

Accommodation in Strasbourg

There are numerous budget hotels in rue du Maire Kuss and place de la Gare situated near the station.
Refurbished from a very old ice-factory, Régent Petite France provides one of the best luxury Accommodation in Strasbourg.

Cour du Courbeau is an exquisite 4-star hotel in a modernized 16th century building sited near the historic quarter of Strasbourg.

Villa Novarina is a boutique bed and breakfast establishment offering comfortable and affordable accommodation in the city.

Hotel Chateau de Pourtales is built over a 300 year old appealing chateau.

Adagio is a fabulous 3-star apartment hotel in the Place Kleber region.

Hotel Beaucour is a pleasant 3-star hotel celebrated for its romantic getaways.

Citadines is a reasonable 3-star apartment hotel near the Place Kleber.

Les Artistes B&B is a holiday rental setup in a residential house that offers a specious one room with a bathroom.

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Praveen is a prominent and amateur writer, primarily focusing on providing Strasbourg Travel Guide for those planning to travel to Strasbourg. Here you can get relevant facts about top attractions in Strasbourg, weather, nightlife, things to do, accommodation in Strasbourg and lots more.

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