Strasbourg by Eurostar Train
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Strasbourg is a city of brilliance, with a picturesque medieval quarter - Le Petite France, a remarkable small Gothic cathedral and a vibrant attitude to life and culture which comes from its historically tenuous location on the border with Germany.
Notre Dame CathedralThe single spire of this red sandstone edifice towers above the roofs of the city, offering a great view from its platform, 332 steps up.Added in 1439, it was the crowning glory to a cathedral started in 1176 and paid for by the people of the town.
Rohan PalaceThere are several excellent museums in the city, and three of the best are located under one roof in the 18th century bishops' palace, Palais Rohan. Art and archaeology exhibits cover all periods from prehistoric times up to the 19th century.
Le Petite FranceThe picturesque corner of the Grand Ile (main island) where the river splits into sections and meanders through quaint, traditional half-timbered houses. The area is a must-see and features tons of bars, restaurants and shops.
European ParliamentStrasbourg is located at the heart of European affairs as it is the city that's home to both the European Parliament and the European Court of Human Rights. Both are open to the public for tours and from Monday through to Friday.
Alsace MuseumFor a thoroughly engaging view of Alsatian culture, cross the river Ill and walk south to this museum dedicated to humble folk art and crafts from the region. Here you will find everything from ceramics to religious imagery and furniture.
Barrage VaubanThis 17th century weir was designed by the architect of King Louis XIV and was built with the intent to the protect the city against invaders. Today it houses sculptures and offers excellent views from its panoramic terrace.
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