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Strasbourg or Obernai?

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We have 3-4 nights that I was intending to spend in Strasbourg in late September. We will have our own car and I am now wondering whether we would be better off staying in, say, Obernai, as it appears to me that doing day trips in and out of Strasbourg with a car could be a bit of a pain as I would like to stay right in the centre of town.

Does anyone have experience driving in Strasbourg and can advise me? Obernai sounds as though it might be a better option as it so much smaller and a lovely little town to boot. We could then just train it into Strasbourg for a day trip.

If you have suggestions of other towns nearby feel free to chime in. We will have just spent over a week in the Lake Constance/Black Forest area so am not interested in staying on that side. Even though Strasbourg/Obernai both still have a strong German influence I thought we might be able to get some nice French meals as a change of pace and both places have some excellent restaurants.

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