Two days in Strasbourg? Over the course of a weekend, you can explore the UNESCO-classified Grande Île. Visit the Strasbourg Cathedral, a Gothic masterpiece, with its spectacular facade, organ and astronomical clock. Take time to climb up to the platform for a unique view of the city before exploring Petite France, a picturesque neighborhood with typical half-timbered houses. The next day, focus on the other side of of Strasbourg, its status as a European capital, with by discovering the official institutions: the Parliament, the European Council and the Human Rights Building.
For a week-long stay in Strasbourg, take the time to visit the must-see sites. After the Strasbourg Cathedral, the waterside district, Petite France and the European institutions, discover Maison Kammerzell and its gorgeous half-timbering. Art lovers will swoon for the collections of decorative arts, fine art and archaeology at the Palais Rohan. Continue your exploration Alsace by leaving Strasbourg heading to one of ourKyriad hotels in Colmar
, making it all the way to the Ballons des Vosges regional nature park and its outdoor activities, unless you want set off for Riquewihr, one of France’s most beautiful villages.
Straight out of a fairy tale, the old town of Strasbourg will enchant children with its half-timbered houses. Take advantage of your family trip to explore the Petite France before visiting the Alsacian Museum or Vaisseau, a space of science discovery space for the youngest members of the family. The "Secrets of Chocolate" museum delight chocolate lovers of every age, as will the botanical gardens, the second oldest in France. For lunch, sample local cuisine at the winstubs, local lively taverns. Your Kyriad restaurant will treat the entire family to culinary specialties upon your return for dinner.