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Top 10 places in Strasbourg

Our app features the history of 108 monuments and great sites including places to discover Strasbourg. Here is a selection of the top 10 monuments of the city, with an extract of the texts available in the application and written by our teams of specialists. For full content, download our Android and iPhone Guide and start creating your travel journal for your stay at Strasbourg

Visit Petite France

Petite France

The most picturesque part of Strasbourg The Petite France is the most picturesque and one of the best preserved parts of the historical centre of Strasbourg. Its bridges, half-timbered houses, and winding streets make it a magnet for visitors. In the early 12th century, the city began to... Read more

Visit Notre-Dame Cathedral

Notre-Dame Cathedral

A masterpiece of Gothic art Strasbourg Cathedral stands out first of all through its height. Its tower, completed in 1439, was the highest in the Christian world. Like all Gothic churches, it is like an immense book of images,, the pages of which open up to the visitor as they walk around.... Read more

Visit Palais du Rhin

Palais du Rhin

The Palais du Rhin : ex-Imperial Palace and a symbol of political power. Most unusually, Strasbourg can boast the presence of an old German Imperial Palace, built by the Hohenzollern as a political symbol of the integration of Alsace-Lorraine within the 2nd Reich. In the plan for the... Read more

Visit The European Parliament

The European Parliament

The European Parliament has been based in Strasbourg since its creation Over the last 25 years, the Orangerie district has become synonymous with its European institutions and its many diplomatic buildings. The European Parliament (also called the Louise-Weiss building), was completed in 1998... Read more

Visit Parc de l'Orangerie et pavillon Joséphine

Parc de l'Orangerie et pavillon Joséphine

Ever since the 18th century, the gardens of the Orangerie Park have been Strasbourg's favourite walking spot, with their zoo and bowling centre. The Pavillon Joséphine, built in honour of the Empress It was between 1804 in 1807, that architect Valentin Boudhors oversaw the building of the... Read more

Visit St.Paul’s Reformed Church

St.Paul’s Reformed Church

St. Paul’s church - on the central axis of Neustadt St. Paul’s church was built in the neo-Gothic style by Louis Muller between 1892 and 1897 and is located at the tip of the island of Sainte-Hélène, the meeting point of the Ill and Aar rivers. The church stood out prominently in its location... Read more

Visit St Thomas’s church

St Thomas’s church

St Thomas’s church, a fine example of Alsatian Gothic art This splendid Gothic church presents a sober exterior, the entrance surmounted by a single massive tower. The impressive roof covers the central nave and the side aisles, which are at the same height, without a break. The church was... Read more

Visit Opéra national du Rhin

Opéra national du Rhin

A specific legal structure and an international reputation The Opéra national du Rhin is jointly run by the cities of Strasbourg, Mulhouse and Colmar and comprises three parts: the Opera in Strasbourg, the company's ballet (which has been a national centre of choreography since 1985) in... Read more

Visit Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain

Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain

The Museum of modern and contemporary art occupies a position overlooking the river Ill, next to Strasbourg’s old town. The building, designed by French architect Adrien Fainsilber, is made of metal and glass and features a vast nave, from which extend the various parts of the museum – the... Read more

Visit Musée Alsacien (Alsatian museum)

Musée Alsacien (Alsatian museum)

The Musée Alsacien, or Alsatian museum, showcases popular traditions and arts of Alsace. The collections are shown against a charming backdrop within 3 old adjoining Alsatian houses and illustrate traditional daily life in Alsace in the 18th and 19th centuries. Reconstitutions of typical Alsatian... Read more

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