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For an autumn holiday or a short autumn break in November, it can be hard to choose the right destination. Whether you’re travelling with family or taking a city break with friends, we have 5 great reasons to choose Strasbourg!
Sophie
Sophie
Communication Manager
Europe lives in Strasbourg! To get a better understanding of how the European Union works, visit the European Parliament while you’re in Strasbourg.
Sophie
Sophie
Communication Manager
Did you know that chocolate is made in Alsace? South of Strasbourg, you’ll find the Schall factory, whose history and know-how can be explored in a museum: Les Secrets du Chocolat. All aboard! Let’s discover the world of chocolate!
Sophie
Sophie
Communication Manager
Strasbourg is a great place for running! Whether you’re a casual jogger, an avid marathoner or an experienced trail runner, you’ll find what you’re looking for. So go ahead and enjoy some choucroute the night before; you might need the extra energy!
Cécile
Cécile
Promotion assistant
Strasbourg has such rich historical, architectural and natural heritage that taking a Segway tour is a great way to discover its many tourist attractions, quickly and efficiently!
Déborah
Déborah
Trip advisor
Strasbourg is packed with spots each more picturesque than the last. So much so that even when you live here it's pretty difficult to walk through the city without feeling the urge to take a photo! Here are my top 10 most photogenic places in Strasbourg.
Marie
Marie
Project manager
With its graceful curves, gold domes and opal-green rooftops, the Russian Orthodox Church in Strasbourg is a delight for photographers and passersby. The church, sometimes called the “Pearl of Strasbourg”, is worth a visit.
Sophie
Sophie
Communication Manager
Did you know that there are 65,000 trees in Strasbourg, 64 of which are considered remarkable? Here’s a non-exhaustive selection of the trees whose beauty, uniqueness or location in the city make them especially touching.
Marie
Marie
Project manager
To visit the Strasbourg Cathedral, the POPGuide app offers a self-guided audio tour to discover the secrets of the beautiful church in 42 stops.
Déborah
Déborah
Trip advisor
To take some time out, go for a leisurely stroll, do some sport or just enjoy a haven of greenery in the midst of the city, head for Strasbourg’s largest park!
Christine
Christine
Promotion and marketing manager

Health pass

To access most leisure and cultures events, you must present a EU health pass.
More information on the health pass here.

If you are coming outside of the EU and are fully vaccinated, you can apply for a COVID vaccine certificate of equivalence.