Strasbourg Tours and Trips 2024/2025

Rooted in history yet pulsating with modernity and dynamism, the Alsatian city of Strasbourg perfectly encapsulates both its Francophone and Germanic origins — and not coincidentally; its original name, Stratisburgum, literally means "city at the crossroads". Discover the two souls of the city as you stroll through the medieval streets of the Unesco-listed Petite France, lined by the iconic timber-framed Maisons des Tanneurs and dominated by the lavish Gothic Cathedral of Notre Dame. For a change of scenery, immerse yourself in the cosmopolitan atmosphere of the Wacken district and admire the futuristic Louise Weiss building, home of the European Parliament, directly overlooking the placid waters of the Ill River. Move away from the hustle and bustle of the city and indulge in an enchanting Strasbourg wine tour along the Alsace Wine Route, stopping at picturesque vineyards and charming villages, and tasting the region's renowned wines and culinary delights. For a comprehensive list of other destinations France, check out our France tours and trips.

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Alsace: land of tradition and gastronomy (port-to-port cruise)

Alsace: land of tradition and gastronomy (port-to-port cruise)

5 days cruise trip visiting Strasbourg in France.
USD 707
An exceptional cruise through the most beautiful regions of three different countries (port-to-port cruise)

An exceptional cruise through the most beautiful regions of three different countries (port-to-port cruise)

5 days cruise trip visiting Strasbourg in France.
USD 1,492
The Romantic Rhine Valley and the Rock of Lorelei (port-to-port cruise)

The Romantic Rhine Valley and the Rock of Lorelei (port-to-port cruise)

5 days cruise tour visiting Strasbourg in France.
USD 845
Christmas markets in Alsace (port-to-port)

Christmas markets in Alsace (port-to-port)

4 days cruise trip visiting Strasbourg in France.
USD 620
Grand Gastronomic Cruise on the Rhine (port-to-port cruise)

Grand Gastronomic Cruise on the Rhine (port-to-port cruise)

4 days cruise tour visiting Strasbourg and Alsace & Lorraine in France.
USD 1,052
The Valley of the romantic Rhine, the Moselle and the Main (port-to-port cruise)

The Valley of the romantic Rhine, the Moselle and the Main (port-to-port cruise)

7 days cruise tour visiting Strasbourg in France.
USD 1,385
The Magic of Christmas: Savory delights and holiday traditions on a Rhine River cruise (port-to-port cruise)

The Magic of Christmas: Savory delights and holiday traditions on a Rhine River cruise (port-to-port cruise)

5 days cruise trip visiting Strasbourg in France.
USD 1,183
Rhine Valley Cycle

Rhine Valley Cycle

4
8 days bicycle trip visiting Strasbourg in France.
USD 1,670
New year in Holland and the romantic Rhine

New year in Holland and the romantic Rhine

6 days cruise trip in France, visiting Strasbourg, Krefeld, and Konigswinter.
USD 1,608
Alsace by Bike

Alsace by Bike

4.6
"A beautiful ride through the vineyards of Alsace with just enough hills to make you feel like you had a"
USD 1,610
5 Different Rivers: The Rhine, Neckar, Main, Moselle, and Saar (port-to-port cruise)

5 Different Rivers: The Rhine, Neckar, Main, Moselle, and Saar (port-to-port cruise)

9 days cruise tour to Strasbourg and Remich traveling through France and Luxembourg.
USD 1,114
Christmas on the romantic Rhine (port-to-port cruise)

Christmas on the romantic Rhine (port-to-port cruise)

4 days cruise trip visiting Strasbourg in France.
USD 877
The Rhine and Moselle Rivers (port-to-port cruise)

The Rhine and Moselle Rivers (port-to-port cruise)

5 days cruise trip to Strasbourg and Cochem traveling through France and Germany.
USD 1,111
An exceptional cruise through the most beautiful regions of three different countries (port-to-port cruise)

An exceptional cruise through the most beautiful regions of three different countries (port-to-port cruise)

5 days cruise trip to Strasbourg and Basel traveling through France and Switzerland.
USD 1,637
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Strasbourg Tour Reviews

4.5 - Excellent
Based on 15 customer reviews
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
Basel to Strasbourg was an excellent route made easy with them. Excellent e-bikes. Good mix of accommodation. Would have been nice to have a briefing at the start. Directions were challenging at times. But overall we really enjoyed it.
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
An excellent trip through interesting countryside and pleasant villages. Trip notes generally easy to follow, although you need to be alert and use a combination of GPS and the Orange arrows. Accommodation was satisfactory and well located.
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
Cycling was a great way to explore this region - beautiful countryside, picturesque villages and plenty to explore, eat and enjoy. I almost felt sorry for some of the busloads of tourists I saw - suddenly arriving in a village en masse and trucking off 30 minutes later. Cycling is the perfect to truly enjoy what this region offers.

Strasbourg - Tour Highlights and Travel Tips

Christmas Market in Petite France as seen on Strasbourg tour.
Explore the charming Alsatian city of Strasbourg with its medieval architecture, iconic Cathedral, and the scenic canals of La Petite France, blending history and cu

Tour Highlights

  • Embark on captivating Strasbourg tours and discover the city's most popular attractions, from the majestic Strasbourg Cathedral to the enchanting district of La Petite France, from the lush Parc de l'Orangerie to Place Kléber with the iconic Maison Kammerzell, located in the heart of the Grande Île.
  • Unwind in the Jardin des Deux Rives, a tranquil cross-border park straddling the Rhine River between Strasbourg and Kehl, Germany. This expansive green space is not only a symbol of the robust partnership between France and Germany: it is also an important cultural and artistic center, hosting concerts, ballets, and theater performances.
  • Enter the opulent Palais Rohan, a magnificent palace housing three museums: the Archaeological Museum, the Museum of Decorative Arts, and the Museum of Fine Arts. Roam through grand halls adorned with priceless artifacts and artworks, uncovering the city's cultural evolution from ancient times to the present day.
  • Visit the Protestant Church of St. Thomas, an architectural marvel in Romanesque and Alsatian Gothic style with a distinctive pink sandstone facade. Inside the chancel is the imposing mausoleum of Marshal de Saxe, a masterpiece of 18th-century Baroque funerary art.
  • Ascend to the Imperial Castle of Haut-Kœnigsbourg, perched above the plains of Alsace and Lorraine, less than an hour southwest of Strasbourg. If you are lucky enough to visit the castle on a particularly clear day, you will be able to catch a glimpse of the nearby Vosges Mountains, Germany's Black Forest region, and even the Swiss Alps.
  • Strasbourg is a nerve center for European institutions, a symbol of unity and cooperation in the Old Continent. While the hemicycle of the Louise Weiss building hosts the monthly sessions of the European Parliament, the Palais de l'Europe is home to the Council of Europe, whose role is to promote human rights, democracy, and the rule of law.
  • Take part in a wine tour (Strasbourg) and visit local vineyards and cellars to taste the renowned wines of the region including crisp Rieslings, aromatic Gewürztraminers, and elegant Pinot Noirs. Pair your wine tastings with exquisite Alsatian specialties like flammekueche (a thin-crust pizza stuffed with crème fraiche and smoked bacon), choucroute garnie (sauerkraut with sausages and other meats), or jambon en croute (crusted ham).
  • Strasbourg is famous for hosting Europe's oldest Christmas market, the Christkindelsmärik, which dates back to 1570. From the last week of November to the first week of January, the city's historic center is transformed into a winter wonderland, with more than 300 stalls decked out in twinkling lights and festive decorations.

Travel Tips

  • Consider planning your visit to Strasbourg in December so that it coincides with the renowned Christmas markets. However, if you want to avoid the crowds typical of the period, opt for quieter and warmer months, such as April, May, or September.
  • Schedule your Strasbourg tours early in the morning. This way, you will be able to explore popular attractions such as the Strasbourg Cathedral and La Petite France without the usual crowds and have the chance to take incredible pictures!
  • Don't miss the opportunity to indulge in a Strasbourg wine tour along the Alsace Wine Route. Be sure to book your visit in advance, as this is one of the most popular activities in the region.
  • For a relaxing holiday, book your stay in Krutenau, a lively neighborhood south of the Grande Île, known for its cozy atmosphere, diverse dining options, and trendy boutiques. Take advantage of its proximity to the riverfront to enjoy a relaxing evening stroll or an aperitif with your fellow travelers.
  • With a pedestrian-friendly historic center, the best way to get around Strasbourg is on foot, which also allows you to discover hidden gems that otherwise would not be accessible by other means of transportation. Bicycles and electric scooters are other popular and environmentally friendly options, especially if you want to visit the surrounding natural areas.

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