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Rhine River Cruise: Strasbourg

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Strasbourg, the capital of Alsace, is a multicultural city only 2 hours east of Paris located in the northeast corner of France near the border with Germany. Don't miss a canal cruise to see the half-timbered houses, a ramble through the markets, a wander through Old Town, a visit to the Cathedral of Our Lady, or a visit to Palais Rohan.
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1 Place du Général Eisenhower, 67000 Strasbourg, France
Is Strasbourg really in France? A decade ago I lived here for a semester abroad, and although it's only 2 hours east of Paris, Strasbourg seems so different, so special. It must be the proximity of Germany that separates, or rather mixes with the...
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Nothing in life is perfect, but Strasbourg’s historic district, La Petite France, comes pretty close. Located at the west end of the Grand Île (the first entire city center to be named a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its...
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14 Place du Marché-aux-Cochons-de-Lait, 67000 Strasbourg, France
When the weather turns chilly, Alsatians turn to Baeckeoffe. The traditional casserole of meat, root vegetables and wine--slow-cooked in a lidded ceramic dish also called a Baeckeoffe--warms tables and tummies across the region. Baeckeoffe is made...
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Place de la Cathédrale, 67000 Strasbourg, France
It took 424 years to build this Gothic art showpiece, but considering the hundreds of sculptures jutting out from the façade, the timing is almost understandable. At 466 feet tall, the Strasbourg Cathedral was, from its completion in 1439...