The Strasbourg Pass (adult/child €21.50/15), a coupon book valid for three consecutive days, includes a visit to one museum, access to the cathedral platform and astronomical clock, half a day’s bicycle rental and a boat tour, plus hefty discounts on other tours and attractions.
The money-saving Strasbourg Pass Musées (day pass adult/child €12/6, three-day pass €18/12; www.musees.strasbourg.eu) offers entry to all the Musées de la Ville de Strasbourg.
You can purchase both passes from the tourist office and the latter directly from the city's museums.
Admission to all of Strasbourg’s museums (www.musees-strasbourg.eu) and the cathedral’s platform is free on the first Sunday of the month.
A cluster of places offer discount calls and internet access (around €2) around quai St-Jean near the train station. Nearly every hotel, bar and cafe offers free wi-fi.
Post Office Strasbourg's most central post office.
The extremely helpful main 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 here.