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Strasbourg Cruises

An ancient city that’s now the seat of the modern European Parliament, Strasbourg offers a dynamic blend of architectural styles and modern culture. Its famous Little France neighbourhood is marked with darkly framed half-timbred medieval homes in a ramshackle configuration next to the river, while its imposing Cathedral looms overhead. Founded by the Romans along the Rhine, Strasbourg has long been an important meeting point for multiple cultures which continues today. It feels at once both German and French, with a delicious culinary style that shows off the best of both worlds!



We have over 130 expert cruise consultants to help you book the perfect cruise. Many have first hand experience of Strasbourg and you can find some of their best tips and advice below.
Cruise Expert Shannon Jones

Shannon Jones


This was my personal favourite out of all the places we visited. The buildings were very traditional and it felt like stepping back in time...


Strasbourg’s Notre Dame Cathedral was built over a period of centuries, which means it offers an impressive blend of architectural styles ranging from medieval to gothic. There’s an amazing level of detailing both inside and out, particularly an ornate astronomical clock with its clever moving figures.

You’ll get the benefit of three museums in one when you visit the Palace Rohan, which enjoys a prime riverside position. Inside this complex you’ll find the Fine Arts, Archaeology, and Decorative Arts museums all featuring unique cultural gems.

Visit the modern European Parliament if you want insight into current European politics. Be sure to opt in to the headset tour to learn more about the Parliament building’s fascinating history. Afterwards, relax with a coffee in central Gutenberg Square which has long been a gathering place for political movers and shakers over the centuries.

Get away from it all and enjoy a moment of tranquillity in the city’s Botanical Gardens, which were founded in the late 1800s. You’ll see thousands of plant species, including tropical varieties of banana trees and lush ferns in the glasshouse. Or if you prefer animals, the Zoological Museum showcases a fascinating range of specimens collected by naturalist Jean Hermann.

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