Best Strasbourg holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Strasbourg
Hôtel ORIGAMILocated in Strasbourg, in a building dating from 2018, Hôtel ORIGAMI offers a bar and guestrooms with free WiFi. The property is within a 30-minute walk of The 'Petite France' and 1.7 km of Strasbourg Christmas Market. Strasbourg Cathedral is 1.8 km away.Book now
Appartements Orfèvres CathédraleSet in a 16th-century building, Appartements Orfèvres is located in Strasbourg city centre, 50 metres from the cathedral. Provided with free Wi-Fi access, it is 2 km from Strasbourg Train Station and 9 km from the airport.Book now
L'appart Du GénéralL'appart Du Général is located in Strasbourg, less than 1 km from Strasbourg Christmas Market and an 11-minute walk from St. Paul's Church, in an area where hiking can be enjoyed. With city views, this accommodation provides a balcony.Book now
Strasbourg is not only the capital of Alsace, but also the cultural centre of the French region rich in tradition. With an eventful history and frequently changing nationalities, Strasbourg has retained its German identity to this day, as you will quickly discover during your stay in an apartment in Strasbourg. German is spoken in many places in the border city and is even the second mother tongue for many Strasbourgers. Strasbourg also sees itself as the capital of Europe; in addition to the European Parliament and the Council of Europe, the European Court of Human Rights is also located in the Rhine metropolis. A private accommodation in Strasbourg offers you an insight into this international city and the outstanding culture of Alsace. Book now your Apartment in La Robertsau, with us, the northernmost district on the banks of the Rhine, or choose a central accommodation in the heart of Strasbourg.
Visiting the capital of Alsace: Apartments in Strasbourg
The European institutions located in Strasbourg shape the self-image of their inhabitants and are among the most popular sights. In the building of the European Parliament or the Council of Europe, you can take a guided tour of the tasks and history of these institutions. The human rights building designed by British architect Richard Rogers can best be admired on a boat trip along the Ill River. The trip also takes you along the Grande Île, the large island with the historic old town of Strasbourg. Here you will find the Strasbourg Cathedral and the picturesque Klein-Franreich district on the banks of the river, as well as the impressive Rohan Palace. This almost 300-year-old castle complex is one of the most important buildings in the city and houses, among other things, the archaeological museum and the museum of fine arts.
But you can also use your private holiday apartment in Strasbourg to spend a few pleasant hours in the city’s extensive parks or botanical gardens, to visit the cathedral’s viewing platform or to roam the winding alleys of the old town in search of souvenirs or traditional arts and crafts. Don’t miss a visit to one of Strasbourg’s wine cellars. Here you can enjoy some of the best wines from Alsace in a suitable atmosphere. Similar to couchsurfing in Strasbourg, private accommodation offers you the opportunity to explore the Rhine metropolis on your own, without having to sacrifice privacy and comfort. If you prefer to live more quietly, you will also find a private holiday apartment in Neudorf, south of the city centre.
Private apartments in Strasbourg and the cities of Alsace
You can easily reach your apartment in Strasbourg from Germany via the A5 motorway. Karlsruhe, located to the northeast, is only an hour’s drive away, so a detour to Strasbourg is also possible from an Apartment in Karlsruhe. With its central location, a private accommodation in Strasbourg also serves as an ideal starting point to get to know the wine and culture country Alsace with its historic cities. Now find your private holiday home in Bergheim and discover the Vosges Nature Park with its characteristic low mountain ranges from this small wine town.
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Latest reviews for places in Strasbourg
Very nice flat, in one of the nicest area of the city, super central though very quiet. The bedrooms (2 very big, bed is good)) views at the Courtyard plus cathedral are very romantic. I have already recommended the flat to friendsCeline reviewed Big appartment strasbourg Cathedral in Centre
Der Balkon ist riesig!Joerg reviewed moderne wohnung mit großem balkon in Esplanade
This apartment is wonderful - it has a lovely spacious and comfortable ambiance. The central location was great for getting around the city on foot. It was also surprisingly quiet despite its proximity to all the exciting central Strasbourg sites. We had a simply lovely stay here.Elise reviewed Big appartment strasbourg Cathedral in Centre
Really close to the city centre, it just takes 15'/20' walking. Great for two people although there is space for four, the sofa isn't pretty confortable.Sara reviewed Strasbourg 2 pièces proximité parlement in Conseil des XV - Orangerie