Place de la République
Musée Tomi Ungerer
A tribute to one of Strasbourg’s most famous sons – award-winning illustrator and cartoonist Tomi Ungerer – this museum, just northeast...
Nothing prepares you for your first glimpse of Strasbourg's Cathédrale Notre-Dame, completed in all its Gothic grandeur in 1439. The...
The gingerbready 15th-century Maison Kammerzell has ornate carvings and leaded windows.
Ticket office for cultural events.
Cooked to thin, crisp perfection, the Flammekueche (tarte flambée) at Binchstub is in a league of its own. Locally sourced farm...
Place de la République information
Many of Strasbourg’s grandest public buildings, constructed when the city was ruled by the German Reich, huddle northeast of Strasbourg's Grande Île area around place de la République. The neighbourhood that stretches eastwards to Parc de l’Orangerie is dominated by sturdy stone buildings inspired by late-19th-century Prussian tastes.