Strasbourg travel guide

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You're Going to Love Strasbourg

The capital of France's Alsace region, Strasbourg feels more European than almost any other city (perhaps because it has been fought over so much). Cosmopolitan, elegant and historic, it's simply magnificent.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Strasbourg

When to Visit Strasbourg

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Strasbourg is appealing at almost any time of year. If you want to see the sights without huge crowds to contend with, visit from April to June or in October.

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How to Get to Strasbourg

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Where to Stay in Strasbourg

Standout hotels in the city center include the riverside Régent Petite France, with its luxury spa, and the Hotel Sofitel Strasbourg Grande Ile. The Château de l'Ile & Spa is a nice out of town alternative.

Popular Neighborhoods in Strasbourg

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Where to stay in popular areas of Strasbourg

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How to Get Around Strasbourg

The Cost of Living in Strasbourg

Shopping Streets

Major malls inside the old city include Place des Halles and Rivetoile, while the streets of Petite France are lined with boutiques and gift stores. Be sure to check out open air markets on Grande île during your stay as well.

Groceries and Other

Local supermarkets include U Express, Carrefour and Monoprix. Prices should be reasonable at around EUR3.60 for a gallon of milk.

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C$ 21.23
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A pair of jeans
C$ 113.17
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Single public transport ticket
C$ 2.40
C$ 3.48

Where to Eat in Strasbourg

Great food is easy to find in Strasbourg. Local highlights are numerous, but some standout restaurants include Restaurant 1741, featuring Michelin-starred chef Guillaume Scheer, and Les Haras de Strasbourg, which has a stunning interior design. Meals should come to between EUR20-EUR40, depending on where you choose to dine.

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