Tours in Strasbourg
A city listed as a world heritage site by UNESCO since 1988
Visiting Strasbourg means discovering one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, marked by a dual culture inherited from the Franco-German history of Alsace, now located in the region of “Grand-Est” (Big East).
The city of Strasbourg is qualified as the “capital of Europe” because it is the seat of many European institutions such as the European Parliament, the Council of Europe, and the European Court of Human Rights.
In addition to its European and international openness, Strasbourg has retained the authentic charm of a city in Alsace. The great island, or historic center of Strasbourg, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its architectural gems.
It is also full of treasures to discover without waiting!
Tour of the city center of Strasbourg
Between the delicate, the picturesque and the tasty!
Duration of the tour: 2 hours
During this visit in Strasbourg, we will walk through the streets of the picturesque district of “Petite France” with its covered bridges…
…before taking a first taste break at the Saint Thomas biscuits factory near the Saint Thomas protestant church.
Then, we will walk towards the “delicate and gigantic wonder” (according to Victor Hugo) that is the cathedral of Strasbourg and which dominates the plain of Alsace with its 142m of height…
Until 1874, it was the highest cathedral in the Christendom.
To finish, we will taste a typical cheese from the Munster valley accompanied by a white wine from Alsace which will charm you with its aromas.
To discover the amazing museum of the « Œuvre Notre-Dame”
Tour duration: 2h30
Minimum number of participants: 6
Maximum number of participants: 20
Tours in Strasbourg can be done in a very playful way. The museum of the “Œuvre Notre-Dame”, located at the foot of the cathedral of Strasbourg and next to the Rohan “castle”, offers a discovery of the rich medieval and Renaissance collections.
These collections bear witness to the prestigious history of the city of Strasbourg, which was one of the most important artistic center of the German Empire from the 13th to the 16th century.
The Inscape Game approach aims to familiarize you with the museum, to meet and interact with 13 very special characters that give the museum its unique identity.
Set off on an adventure, right now!
Frequently asked questions
The cathedral of Strasbourg
Yes, the tours are adapted. However, it is necessary to inform me when booking.
Yes, the tours are adapted to families and pets.
However, it is necessary to inform me when booking.
Yes, if they are under 6 years old.
If you show a proof, 10% discount for:
- Unemployed people
- Children between 6 and 12 years old
Do I need good walking shoes to visit Selestat?
Between 2 and 4 kilometers are covered and the tour is adapted to people less able to walk.
If the visit is cancelled at least 48 hours in advance, there is no cancellation fee.
Under 48 hours, 10% of the amount will be retained.