Strasbourg City Breaks
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Many visitors to Strasbourg are drawn by the city's rich history, beautiful architecture and immense charm and character. Start your visit at the Cathedral of Notre-Dame, a pink sandstone building that stands as an impressive example of Gothic architecture. Construction of the original Romanesque cathedral began in 1015. Admire the astronomical clock and the stained glass windows, and note how the colour of the sandstone exterior changes depending on the time of day and the position of the sun.
The Kammerzell house in Place de la Cathédrale is one of the city's most famous buildings and is another great example of late Gothic architecture. Also be sure to find time to visit Strasbourg's Petite France quarter, a neighbourhood filled with half-timbered houses and pretty waterways. It is regarded as the most picturesque part of the city and was once home to Strasbourg's fishermen, tanners and millers.
Place Kléber is the city's main square and the commercial heart of Strasbourg. It's here that you'll find a large number of top brand names. Walk down Rue des Grandes Arcades to pick up gifts and fashion items, and be sure to take a look at the many independent shops in the lanes and streets of the surrounding area.
If you need a one-stop solution, you'll find everything you need at Place des Halles. This modern shopping centre comprises 120 stores, as well as restaurants and entertainment destinations.
Strasbourg is home to the largest university in France so it is little wonder that there is such a vibrant atmosphere about the place. The city comes alive at night, its bars and restaurants offering a fantastic selection of food and drink, from local specialities to international cuisine.
Restaurant La Petite Alsace and La Cuiller à Pot are great choices if you're looking for authentic Alsatian food. For Japanese cuisine, Moozé is your best bet, while fantastic examples of French cooking can be found at Au Crocodile.