Places of interest IN ALSACE

Institutions of the European Union

You will find in Strasbourg the European Parliament, the Council of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights.

New-York, Genève and Strasbourg are the only cities in the world to have international institutions without being capital cities. The city of Strasbourg as an european capital is not just a coincidence but the symbol of the reconciliation between the people and the future of Europe.

It is also the opportunity to discover prestigious contemporary architecture.


Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art

puce The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Strasbourg provides an unique opportunity to discover magnificient works of art while staying in Alsace! It is one of the most important museum in France showing works of art from 1870 to nowadays.

The bateau-mouche

As one of the top tourist attractions in Strasbourg, the bateau-mouche will take you through the city on the Ile river. Discover the heart of Strasbourg, which is now a listed UNESCO World Heritage site.



Tomi Ungerer Museum

puce Tomi Ungerer Museum is the result of many donations from Tomi Ungerer since 1975. The museum displays 8000 graphic works of different kinds by Ungerer and a large collection of his ancient toys.



puce L'Ecomusée invites you to discover half-timbered houses, old trades, and offers a nice boat trip. Furthermore, there are many activities for kids and parents : pottery, cooperage, forge, sawmill ... animated by experienced craftsmen. You will be able to participate in tastings in the house of Taste and Color. Go in a trip back in time with a typical ancient merry-go-round.

Two Shores Garden

The Two Shores Garden, which is a significant symbol of the Franco-german friendship, extends over 150 hectares bordering the Rhine river. It is situated very close to Strasbourg and Kehl and is a nice place to meet, to walk or to assist to cultural events that take place very often, like garden contests, flower shows, music, dance and art events, for the great delight of its visitors.