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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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Petite-France, 67000 Strasbourg, France
Divided by canals from the Ille River, La Petite-France is another reason to visit Strasbourg. There are a number of tiny cafes and shops along the cobblestone roads, as well as the option to view the village from boats that ride the canals. We...
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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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7 Rue de Molsheim, 67000 Strasbourg, France
A blending of French and German culture, architecture and cuisine.
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La petite France for me is the cutest area in Strasbourg. Really enjoy the historical atmosphere here. .. Just walking around, watching people while having a cup of coffee, taking some pictures and a boat tour to see those timbered house... C'est...
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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
Just in a small short street leading to the place de Cathedrale Notre Dame de Strasbourg, this man was playing guitar with his friend, a dog, who lied lazily, sadly in the guitar case.