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Vacation rentals in Strasbourg - Europe's capital on the Rhine
Strasbourg, the capital of the Alsace region, lies in the very east of France. Located in the department of Bas Rhin, with just over 275,000 inhabitants in the urban area and around 640,000 in the agglomeration, it is one of France's major cities and home to numerous European institutions such as the Council of Europe, the European Parliament, the European Court of Human Rights, the European Ombudsman and the Eurocorps, making Strasbourg the capital of Europe.
Located directly on the German border near Ortenau am Rhein, visitors will find a very special culture in this very international city. Strasbourg's oceanic climate, as the town is known in French, also makes for very sunny and warm summer months, during which Strasbourg receives numerous city breaks every year. Accordingly, a large selection of holiday apartments and vacation rentals is available to them.
City with flair
Strasbourg is certainly one of the most interesting cities in Europe. The not only very long, but also very varied history of Strasbourg has left visible traces everywhere and here even holidaymakers, who are otherwise less enthusiastic about sightseeing, will find corners and
and suitable accommodations and vacation rentals that please. As the unofficial "capital of Europe", the tourist attractions on offer today also include the numerous seats of European institutions, some of which are highly interesting architecturally.
Did you know that Strasbourg is the headquarters of the ARTE television channel?
Travel tips and leisure activities for Strasbourg
For example, the entire old town on the Grand Ile has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1988.
The 2nd showpiece is of course the Romanesque-Gothic Strasbourg cathedral built between 1176 and 1439, but there is much more to discover here.
For example, the numerous, partly four to five-storey half-timbered houses in Alemannic-South German style with their typical pointed roofs around Münsterplatz or the richly decorated Kammerzell House from 1427.
4 The former city residence of the bishops of Strasbourg, the Palais Rohan, also knows how to inspire. The railway station, the art academy, the former imperial palace Palais du Rhin and the university with its library and observatory are important examples of the German occupation.
A visit to the European Parliament, or even to the Council of Europe, perhaps even with a guided tour of the premises, is an absolute must not only for those interested in politics. A visit to Strasbourg, which became a symbol of Franco-German reconciliation after the Second World War, is an absolute must, especially for German holidaymakers.
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