This outfit runs scenic 70-minute boat trips, which glide along the storybook canals of Petite France, taking in the Barrage Vauban and...
Musée de l’Œuvre Notre-Dame
Occupying a cluster of sublime 14th- and 16th-century buildings, this museum harbours one of Europe’s premier collections of Romanesque,...
Nothing prepares you for your first glimpse of Strasbourg's Cathédrale Notre-Dame, completed in all its Gothic grandeur in 1439. The...
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Sparky young chef Guillaume Scheer runs the show at this Michelin-starred number facing the River Ill. Murals, playful fabrics and...
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Palais Rohan information
Hailed a ‘Versailles in miniature’, this opulent 18th-century residence is replete with treasures. The basement Musée Archéologique takes you from the Palaeolithic period to AD 800. On the ground floor is the Musée des Arts Décoratifs , where rooms adorned with Hannong ceramics and gleaming silverware evoke the lavish lifestyle of the nobility in the 18th century. On the 1st floor, the Musée des Beaux-Arts collection of 14th- to 19th-century art includes El Greco, Botticelli and Flemish Primitive works.
Built in 1732 by French architect Robert de Cotte, of Versailles fame, the episcopal palace was once the lavish abode of the city’s princely bishops, and Louis XV and Marie-Antoinette once stayed here.