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  • 1. Petite France

    With gingerbread, half-timber houses that seem to lean precariously over the canals of the Ill, plus old-fashioned shops and inviting little restaurants, "Little France" is...Read More

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  • 2. Barrage Vauban

    Just beyond the Ponts Couverts is the grass-roofed Vauban Dam, built by its namesake in 1682. Climb to the top for wide-angle views of the...Read More

  • 3. Batorama

    Strasbourg is a big town, but its center is easily explored on foot, or, more romantically, by boat. The company Batorama organizes 70-minute boat tours...Read More

  • 4. Cathédrale Notre-Dame

    Dark pink, ornately carved Vosges sandstone covers the facade of this most novel and Germanic of French cathedrals, a triumph of Gothic art begun in...Read More

  • 5. European Parliament

    This sleek building testifies to the growing importance of the governing body of the European Union, which used to make do with rental offices in...Read More

  • 6. L'Orangerie

    Like a private backyard for the Eurocrats in the Palais de l'Europe, this delightful park is laden with flowers and punctuated by noble copper beeches....Read More

  • 7. Musée Alsacien

    In this labyrinthine, half-timber home, where layers of carved balconies sag over a cobbled inner courtyard, local interiors have been faithfully reconstituted. The diverse activities...Read More

  • 8. Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain

    At the city’s modern and contemporary art museum, Adrien Fainsilber’s stunning 1998 building sometimes outshines the displays inside. The latter includes a choice collection of...Read More

  • 9. Musée de l'Œuvre Notre-Dame

    There's more to this museum than the usual assembly of dilapidated statues rescued from the cathedral before they fell off (you'll find those rotting in...Read More

  • 10. Musée Historique

    This museum, in a step-gabled former slaughterhouse dating from 1588, contains a collection of maps, armor, arms, bells, uniforms, traditional outfits, printing paraphernalia, and two...Read More

  • 11. Palais de l'Europe

    Designed by Paris architect Henri Bernard in 1977, this continental landmark is headquarters to the Council of Europe, founded in 1949 and independent of the...Read More

  • 12. Palais Rohan

    The exterior of this massive, neoclassical palace (1732–42) by architect Robert de Cotte may be austere, but there's plenty of glamour inside. Decorator Robert le...Read More

  • 13. Place de la République

    The spacious layout and ponderous architecture of this monumental cirque (circle) have nothing in common with the Vieille Ville except for the local red sandstone....Read More

  • 14. Ponts Couverts

    These three bridges, distinguished by their four stone towers, were once covered with wooden shelters. Part of the 14th-century ramparts that framed Old Strasbourg, they...Read More

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