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An iconic landmark of the Neustadt district and a UNESCO World Heritage site, Place de la République is a grandiose, stately square and a fine example of late 19th-century German architecture.
Sonja
Sonja
Trip advisor
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
Have you ever walked INSIDE a work of art? That’s exactly what you can do in the Aubette building in Strasbourg.
Sophie
Sophie
Communication Manager
Lately, when I want to cool off or just enjoy another side of Strasbourg, my favourite thing to do is to go stand-up paddling!
Sophie
Sophie
Communication Manager

IMPORTANT

Due to the health situation, the visitor centre of the Strasbourg Tourist Office is closed until further notice.
All tourism activities are suspended.
However, you can still reach our staff by email: [email protected] from Monday to Friday.

Strasbourg, Capital of Christmas
Due to worsening health conditions, the  chalets of the Christmas markets will not take place in the city this year.
The magic and spirit of Christmas will still reign supreme with illuminations and our great Christmas Tree.
More information coming soon…

In Strasbourg, you must wear a face covering throughtout the city, even outside.