What to do in two days in Strasbourg ?

Mar 25th, 2000, 12:45 PM
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Claudia
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What to do in two days in Strasbourg ?

Please I need advices ...
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Cláudia Neves

 
Mar 25th, 2000, 05:46 PM
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Strasbourg has a beautiful cathedral with a beautiful rose window and an Astronomical Clock. You can take a boat trip along the waterways that encirling the Old Town. You will pass the Ponts-Couverts, covered brideges linked by medieval watchtowers that provide a observation point for the canals. There is a Palais des Rohan designed in 1730. There is a historical museum and an Alsacian Museum and the cathedral has a museum. There is a classical music festival and a Jazz festival in June.
Have fun.
 
Mar 25th, 2000, 07:06 PM
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Mangez-vous! Bon appetit!
 
Jun 30th, 2000, 07:10 AM
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We were in Strasbourg the last week of May. It wasn't a very large city so with two days you should be able to see all that you want to. The cathedral Notre Dame was very beautiful, but the spire was under construction so that was a little disappointing, but it is still beautiful. We enjoyed the boat ride around the city, it takes about 70 minutes and was relaxing. You wear head phones and it has several different languages you can listen to. There were lots of very interesting shops and restaurants too. Although you have to pay attention to the times they are open, because we noticed several of the restaurants and shops closed in the afternoon for a couple hours.
 
Jun 30th, 2000, 11:19 AM
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If you go south toward Colmar you can see the Alsace wine road with some very pretty little towns along the way. It's a great area.
 
Jul 6th, 2000, 02:10 PM
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Many of the highlights have already been mentioned. The Old Town is very nice, and there is some lovely architecture, especially half-timbered buildings along the canals in Strasbourg. The Orangerie is also a nice park to visit - lots of storks too. The wine road has much to offer - wine of course(!), and fascinating places to visit - Haut-Koenigsbourg (castle), Riquewihr (usually lots of tourists, but worth a visit, a very typical and beautiful small town of Alsace), Kayserburg, and Turckheim.
 
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