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Strasbourg: Highlights Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt City Tour

1. Strasbourg: Highlights Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt City Tour

Get to know Strasbourg at your own pace on this interactive scavenger hunt walking tour played on your phone. Decipher riddles, interact with the most important attractions of the city, and unlock local facts.  After downloading the scavenger hunt tour on your mobile device (via a link and login credentials received upon booking), use the mobile app and integrated maps to reach 10 of Strasbourg’s most important attractions on foot. You can choose to start your tour whenever you want. At each stop, learn about the attraction and solve a location-based riddle that can only be solved if you reach the specific location. Use logic, imagination, observation, and team spirit to unlock the correct code and reveal the next destination of the tour. As you walk through the city, enjoy the flexibility to pause your game at any time to take a break, snap the perfect photos, stop for lunch, or visit a museum. Choose to continue the tour later or save the rest for another day. Along the route, you'll see the Ponts Couverts, Église Saint-Thomas, Place Gutenberg, the Alsatian Museum, Cathédrale Notre Dame, the Palais Rohan, the Place Kléber, Opéra National du Rhin, the Place de la République, St. Paul’s Church, and more.

Strasbourg: Euro Guided Tour by Segway

2. Strasbourg: Euro Guided Tour by Segway

Get a fabulous introduction to the part-time seat of the European Parliament on a 2-hour Segway tour of Strasbourg, and marvel at monuments from different eras in the city's history, including the European Union institutions of the Quartier Européen. Collect your Segway and helmet and head off through diverse neighborhoods, including the old quarter and city center. Glide over to "La Petite France" at the western end of the Grande Île. Here, you will find the historic heart of the city, where tanners, millers, and fishermen lived in the Middle Ages. Hear fascinating stories about Strasbourg as you navigate your 2-wheel mode of transport while looking at many different architectural styles in the German district of Neustadt. Learn about the administrative buildings of the Quartier Européen, where institutions include the European Court of Human Rights building by Richard Rogers.

Strasbourg City Center Guided Bike Tour with a Local

3. Strasbourg City Center Guided Bike Tour with a Local

Meet your cycling guide and your 2.5-hour program will begin with a short introduction to the city of Strasbourg. The ride takes you on a circuit through the imperial German district, the Neustadt and then on to see the European Institutions. Ride back through the Old Town, Petite France and see the covered bridges and the Vauban Dam. Cross the Pont du Corbeau and pass Gutenberg Place. You’ll soon arrive in front of the Notre Dame de Strasbourg Cathedral, one of the highlights of the tour. See the Opera house on Place Broglie. Cycle along the small streets around the Cathedral and discover some hidden spots close to Place Saint Etienne. Passing through the Neustadt, arrive in the heart of the European district, where you’ll see the European Parliament, the Council of Europe and the European Court for Human Rights. Enjoy a breath of fresh air in the Parc de l'Orangerie. On the way back to Place d'Austerlitz , cycle along a section of the city’s 14th-century wall. Please note that during Christmas time this tour is not available. Please take a look at this Christmas market bike tour as an alternative: https://www.getyourguide.com/strasbourg-l293/strasbourg-christmas-market-bike-tour-t123971/

Alsace Half-Day Wine Tour from Strasbourg

4. Alsace Half-Day Wine Tour from Strasbourg

Head out on a half-day tour of the Alsace region and learn about this enchanting wine regions. Leaving Strasbourg, you will follow the wine route on the way to the town of Obernai. As you travel, your driver will tell you about the 7 different types of Alsace wines. Once in Obernai, take a guided walking tour of the winding streets, old houses with multicolored tiles, ensigns, and ramparts, and see the statue of St Odile, the patron saint of Alsace. Then stop at your first winery for a tasting session. Continue on to visit another winery in a typical Alsace caveau (a small wine cellar). Afterward, make your way back to Strasbourg, admiring the beautiful landscapes along the way.

Full-Day Highlights of the Alsace Tour: from Strasbourg

5. Full-Day Highlights of the Alsace Tour: from Strasbourg

You’ll depart Strasbourg in the morning and make your first stop on this day-long tour in Colmar. Discover the charm of the old town, and visit the Pfister house, the Koïfhus, St. Martin’s Collegiate Church, and the picturesque neighborhoods of Little Venice. Explore the lovely village of Eguisheim, surrounded by vineyards. Admire its narrow streets, and the half-timbered houses with their colorful flowers.  Continue on to the fortified town of Riquewirh. Surrounded by ramparts, the village has survived wars and remained intact. See its tiny streets, fortified walls, and 16th-century houses, admiring the architectural harmony. You’ll have free time to explore the town and have lunch. After lunch you’ll follow the scenic Alsace Wine Route. Situated between the Rhine valley and the Vosges mountain range, the 60-year-old route winds across hilly slopes for over 170 kilometers. When you reach Haut Koenigsbourg Castle your guide will take you on a tour of the mighty fortress that overlooks the valley. Built during the 12th century, the Castle occupied a strategic position controlling the wine and wheat routes to the north and the salt route from the east.

From Strasbourg: Half-Day Tour of Alsace Villages

6. From Strasbourg: Half-Day Tour of Alsace Villages

Enjoy the quaint villages and stunning views along the Alsace wine route on this half-day trip from Strasbourg. Visit Barr, Mittlebergheim, and Andlau and discover these towns' expansive vineyards and historic buildings. Begin your tour in Strasbourg and head out on the Alsace wine route. In Barr, marvel at its famous vineyards, which produce the famous Alsatian Sylvaner, Riesling, and Gewurztraminer wines. Enjoy the town hall's intriguing architecture and see the Marco Folie, an 18th-century house turned museum. Continue to Mittlebergheim, a hillside village filled with winemakers' houses. As you wander through the narrow streets, admire the Renaissance town hall with its façade made of arches. Finish your tour with a guided visit to Andlau. Wander through the dainty streets dotted with old houses and learn about this town's long history. Find the ancient Saint Peter - Saint Paul Abbatial Church. Marvel at the church's Portal, decorated with beautiful Romanesque sculptures and the frieze-covered facade before returning to Strasbourg.

Strasbourg: 2-Hour Gourmet Walking Tour

7. Strasbourg: 2-Hour Gourmet Walking Tour

Stroll the cosmopolitan streets of Strasbourg on the market days of Wednesday and Friday to experience the city's everyday vibe, and visit many of the historical landmarks as you taste the produce of the Alsace. Set off from the monumental Strasbourg Cathedral and make your way through the pedestrian districts of the historical city center. Arrive at a central food market to sample local cheese, traditional bread, cold meat, Alsatian brioche “kouglopf”, and delicious French wine. See major landmarks such as the striking stained glass windows of the Maison Kammerzell hotel and the bronze statue on Place Gutenberg of the man who introduced printing to Europe with his printing press. Explore the historic Petite France quarter at the western end of the Grande Île and much more.

Strasbourg Historical Center: Private Walking Tour

8. Strasbourg Historical Center: Private Walking Tour

If you decided to visit Strasbourg, only thing to say you is that you made a right choice and you won't regret! It's an amazing city with a beautiful sights you have ever seen! Kind people, fresh atmosphere,sunny squares, beautiful canals and amazing views! Strasbourg is situated close to the German border, therefore the population speaks both French and German. You can call this city an European one because here you can find the European Parliament, the Council of Europe and an European Ombudsman. This big, powerful city is also well-known for the Grand Island, which is the historic center of the city. It symbolizes the unity between Germany and France.   Start your 2-hour walking tour with the white district square, then continue to the Cathedral of Notre-Dame. The city conserves many medieval churches like Église Saint-Thomas or Église Saint-Guillaume. You will also have time to appreciate the historic Place Broglie.

Strasbourg: City Highlights Private Pedicab Tour

9. Strasbourg: City Highlights Private Pedicab Tour

Explore Strasbourg from a different perspective: In the back of a pedicab. Let your guide cycle you around the city's top sights, including the stunning Strasbourg Cathedral, the historic quarter of Petite France, the iconic Maison Kammerzell, and more. Meet your pedicab driver in front of the tourist office at Strasbourg Cathedral Square and begin your sightseeing adventure. Start with a circuit through the imperial German district of Neustadt. Then, ride back through the Old Town, Petite France, see the covered bridges of the Vauban Dam, and the former women's jail. Next, cross the Raven Bridge, before passing the impressive Gutenberg Place. You’ll soon arrive in front of the Strasbourg Cathedral, one of the highlights of the tour.

Strasbourg: Black Forest and Baden Baden Day Trip

10. Strasbourg: Black Forest and Baden Baden Day Trip

Departing from the city of Strasbourg, take part in a shared small-group day trip that will take you to one of the most emblematic regions of Germany. After meeting with your English-speaking guide in a centrally located meeting point in Strasbourg, depart for the town of Baden-Baden. Cross the nearby border of France into Germany, leaving the Grand Est region and entering the state of Baden Württemberg. The Black Forest is a forested mountain range bordered by the Rhine Valley to both the west and south. The highest peak is the Feldberg with an elevation of 1,493 meters. The name Black Forest comes from the general dark color of the numerous pine trees that grow in this region, and both the Black Forest gateau and cuckoo clock originate from this region. You soon arrive to the town of Baden Baden, a city which has attracted royalty, the rich, and celebrities throughout centuries. Follow your guide and discover the numerous architectural splendors and magnificent villas that are lined along the Lichtentaler Allee. After this short walking tour, admire the landscape as your tour follows the Schwarzwaldhochstrasse. There, the numerous viewpoints and belvedere will allow you to take in the stunning scenes of the Upper Rhine Valley of the Vosges Mountain Range of France in the distance. You later arrive to the pretty Mummelsee Lake, where you have some free time for personal discovery and lunch. With a circumference of 800 meters, a depth of 17 meters, and an elevation of 1,036 meters, Mummelsee is the largest, deepest, and highest of the Seven Cirque Lakes. Whilst there you might want to try local food such as cured meats, or the world-famous Black Forest cake. Following your tour, begin your return journey to Strasbourg. After a break for lunch your tour continues along the wine route of the Badischerweinstrasse. This wine route is the longest in Germany, spanning more than 500 kilometers. The route is lined with charming small towns, picturesque villages, beautiful landscapes, and mighty castles. Among a few stops made on your return journey is the village of Sasbachwalden. Set in the vineyards, this well-tended village is famous for having won the prestigious national "flowering of the villages" exam. This can be seen as you stroll through the streets and admire the gorgeous flower-decked half-timber houses. Following this final stop, your tour returns to Strasbourg.

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Excellent guide who was very friendly and informative. Learnt more than just about the wine, but about the local history. Very easy going and enjoyable experience. The visits to the winery were relaxed, time was given to enjoy the experience without any pressure. Would highly recommend, and am considering using this company for other experiences in nearby destinations.

Stavros was excellent. He had a lot of local knowledge that was beneficial to me and my two daughters. Midway through our tour, it started to rain. He adjusted things to make things comfortable for my daughters. That was important to me. He then allowed us to stop to get something warm to drink. He exceeded the time frame of the one hour tour. It was an excellent tour.

We honestly couldn’t have been happier with this wine tour! Jerome was an excellent guide and this experience was one of the highlights of our ladies trip to Strasbourg!

Natasha is an expert guide ! We highly enjoyed the tour leaded by Natasha , and we recommend others to join similar tour with Natasha.

Our tour guide was extremely knowledgeable! Great tour!