The extremely helpful tourist office should be your first port of call. A city-centre walking map with English text costs €1.50; bus/tram and cycling maps are free. You can pick up the money-saving Strasbourg Pass h…
Can help find accommodation and supply information on hiking, cycling and bus travel (including schedules) along the Route des Vins and in the Massif des Vosges. Offers free wi-fi for 45 minutes.
Inside the Hôtel de Ville. Has free brochures detailing walking tours of the city centre and art-nouveau architecture. Free wi-fi.
Inside the hôtel de ville; supplies walking-tour brochures as well as hiking and cycling maps, and makes bookings free of charge. Free internet access and wi-fi.
Information on the Munster valley, including visits to cheesemakers. Sells hiking maps and Topo-guides in French. To get here, walk through the arch from place du Marché.
The central tourist office provides info on the town and its surrounds. You can also rent an electric bike here for €13/20 per half/full day.
In a one-time guardroom built in the mid-1700s. Free walking-tour and cycling maps, and free wi-fi. Can make room bookings for a €1.50 fee.
Friendly tourist office with guided tours, info on Verdun and the surrounding region, and free maps of the battlefields. Free wi-fi.
The regional park’s visitors centre has ample information in English. To get here, walk through the arch from place du Marché.
In the Renaissance-style hôtel de ville. Hands out walking-tour maps and has details on cycling to nearby villages.