B&B Hotel in Strasbourg
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History and urbanism
Before it became the headquarters for many European institutions, Strasbourg was known as a major port. In the Middle Ages, the Alsatian city already enjoyed a strategic location on the Rhine, a major route for shipping merchandise. Tossed around subsequently between France and Germany, it never seemed to make up its mind, allowing the two cultural influences to mingle on every corner.
If you only take one walk, take the one on the Grande-Île de Strasbourg. Bordered by the Ill and the canal du Faux Rempart, this is the historic heart of this bi-cultural city. A faint mediaeval air lingers to this day. Take a wander from Notre-Dame de Strasbourg Cathedral to the Maison Kammerzell restaurant while trying to imagine life in the 15th century… If you still have the strength, have a stroll round Petite France.
The Alsace Museum is a good introduction, before you head off to explore Strasbourg's culture on your own. On a family weekend or passing through as a business tourist, you mustn’t miss: Notre-Dame Cathedral and its astronomical clock, the Palais des Rohan, Place du Marché aux Cochons de Lait, Place Gutenberg and its statue, the Barrage Vauban and the Ponts Couverts. You’ll definitely sleep well after that !
This city never rests! From the Strasbourg Music Festival – dedicated to classical music and lyrics, to the Festival des Artefacts, featuring current music, Nouvelles Strasbourg Danse, the Rencontres Européennes literature festival and the Spectre Film Festival, it’ll be hard to choose…
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