Your stay in a B&B B&B Strasbourg
Discover Strasbourg, a picturesque fusion of French and German influences. Stay in a B&B Strasbourg near the Old Town, admiring its half-timbered houses and the majestic Notre Dame spire. Feel the political pulse at the EU Parliament and cruise the waterways of Petite France. Strasbourg has one of the most beautiful Christmas markets in Europe, and a giant Christmas tree lights up the Place Kléber.
If you like being in the heart of the city, choose a B&B Strasbourg on the Grande Île, Strasbourg's historic centre and a UNESCO World Heritage site. You can walk from your bed and breakfast to the most beautiful sights, such as the Cathedral with its pink sandstone lace gown, the famous Maison Kammerzell or the Palais Rohan. The Neustadt is a stunning post-Haussmann district and another UNESCO World Heritage site. From your apartment or small accommodation, you can admire the joyous architectural blend of this former Prussian powerhouse, a mixture of Italian neo-Renaissance, neo-Gothic, and Art Nouveau styles.
Start with the Strasbourg Cathedral—climb its 330 steps for a stunning panorama. Explore La Petite France, reminiscent of Venice, with cobbled streets leading to charming spots like Place Benjamin Zix and the Pheasant Bridge. In the European quarter, visit the European Parliament's hemicycle and the immersive Simone Veil Parlamentarium. Don't miss the striking Palais des droits de l'Homme, home to the European Court of Human Rights, boasting remarkable glass and metal architecture.
During the festive season, Strasbourg is decked out in all its finery, its facades illuminated and its shop windows decorated. The atmosphere is warm and comforting, bringing back childhood memories of this magical time of year. The Strasbourg Christmas market is a very old tradition, dating back to 1570, one of the oldest in Europe. The beautifully decorated little chalets sell original gifts, Alsatian delicacies, Christmas tree decorations and, of course, mulled wine, all the ingredients for a very Merry Christmas!
Getting around Strasbourg
If you arrive at Strasbourg Airport, convenient tram connections will get you to the city centre. In line with the city's emphasis on sustainability, they make for an eco-friendly and efficient way to explore Strasbourg. If you choose to drive, various park-and-ride options allow seamless access to the city centre by tram. The extensive tram network, complemented by buses, ensures a highly efficient and frequent public transportation system. Additionally, Strasbourg and its neighbouring areas boast a network of 600 km of cycle paths. Pedal power has got to be the most sustainable travel option!
Alsatian culinary specialities
It's impossible to talk about a stay in Strasbourg without mentioning its fine food and wine. Alsace's vineyards are exceptional, and its white wines are world-renowned. If you want a rustic and popular culinary experience, head to a winstub. These authentic Alsatian restaurants, with their red and white checked tablecloths, offer all the region's specialities and an amiable atmosphere. As well as the famous Alsatian sauerkraut, you can try Wädele ham, Lewerknepfle liver dumplings, Spätzle, Presskopf head pâté and, of course, Bäckeoffe. There's no better way to end your holiday in a Strasbourg bed & breakfast than to spend the evening sharing a tarte flambée (flambé tart) served with a good Alsatian beer!