Strasbourg might be the most famous for being the co-seat of the European Union, together with Brussels in Belgium. This border town, with around 275,000 inhabitants, lies on the river Ill. It is the capital of the Alsace region, and of the department of Bas-Rhin.
From the Strasbourg Travel Guide
The staff were more than helpful and their English enabled you to understand how to get to all places you wished to visit. The bathroom could have done with an upgrade but it was comfortable enough for a short stay. ... more
Yes, it is a very charming and traditional hotel. Breakfast is served at Euro 9.50 in a very cosy "wine cellar". Nice buffet with lots of variety and with the hot drink you get a serve of three cups. Also, the bar adjacent to reception offers a number of hot and cold drinks at very reasonable prices. Very friendly service too. ... more
This hotel is only 5 minutes walk away from the railway station of Strasbourg, and within a couple of minutes you will be in beautiful Petite France or downtown. The rooms are clean and well-kept. Staffs are very friendly and helpful; they speak well in French, German and English, maybe also other languages. They offer free Wi-Fi. ... more
Germany to Romania & Lyon to Stuttgart
Lyon to Stuttgart is doable by train. There is a train twice daily direct to Strasbourg from Lyon. From Strasbourg it is then easy to get to Stuttgart on the cheap using Baden-Wuerttemberg-Ticket. Baden ...
best places in Europe/France 4the week b4Xmas
Christmas Markets in Germany ( Nürnberg, Frankfurt am Main) are renowned as well as those in Alsace, in France (Strasbourg, Colmar). The choice is yours and to help, you can find a lot of information through google. ...
at stopping in Lyon by going the southern route and if we go east instead, stopping in Strasbourg and maybe ...
Strasbourg, nous voilà!
Réveil à 7h10, on va acheter des pâtisseries fraiches à la boulangerie. Notre train quitte Aix à 10h07 alors on part de La Rocque vers 8h15 pour éviter le traffic. On arrive 1h à l'avance à la gare TGV. Ça y est, on part pour Lyon D'où on on prendra le train pour Strasbourg. Escale à Lyon de ...
Posted in In the aeroplane over the sea by loiso
Wednesday 23 February 2011
of time at the airport, so we got some baguettes for lunch before getting our train for Strasbourg at 12:54pm. That train took over 2 hours heading east through France, and as we neared Strasbourg we saw our first snow of the trip. I hadn’t particularly expected to see snow in Strasbourg, but as we got closer ...
Posted in Grottiers Grand Tour of Europe by kjgrose