Discover the guided tours in English with a State-Licensed Tourist Guide
The Musts: Strasbourg Cathedral, Little France
The city centre of Strasbourg is totally surrounded by water, that's why it is known as the "Great Island". On it, we can find wonderful examples of Renaissance half-timbered houses as well the majestic Notre-Dame Cathedral. [World Heritage]
The Musts: Republic Square, Egyptian House
Between 1871 and 1919, Strasbourg belonged to the German Empire. The new administration wanted to create a "new city" next to the old one to welcome the new German immigration and to show the power of the recently created Empire. [World Heritage]
The Musts: Kaysersberg, Eguisheim, Riquewihr
The Alsace vineyard (15,000 ha ; 37,000 acres) is one of the smallest but one of the most productive of France. Along the vineyard for 170 Km (ca. 105 mi), you can try our wines but also discover some fairytale villages.
The Musts: European Parliament, Council of Europe
Strasbourg welcomed in 1949 the first European institution, the Council of Europe. Since then, other institutions set their headquarters in the Alsatian capital city. Discover their roles and their beautiful contemporary buildings.
The Musts: Little Venice, Unterlinden Museum
Follow your guide through the narrow streets of the downtown and discover beautiful houses as well as the St. Martin's Church. If you are an art lover, Colmar has one of the most important museums of France, the Unterlinden Museum.
The Musts: Kaiser Room, views on the Alsace countryside
Rebuilt in the early 20th century, this medieval fortress which belonged to several noble families from Alsace. In 1899, Kaiser Wilhelm II became the new owner and decided to restore it to remember the German past of Alsace.