Alsatian cuisine has a huge German influence since they border one another in Europe. The capital of Alsace, Strasbourg, has the most delicious food in the region!
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The annual Christmas Market is a huge attraction in Strasbourg drawing in thousands of tourists from around the world during the holidays.
The Barrage Vauban is one of Strasbourg's most famous landmarks, so be sure to visit this monument during your fun trip in Alsace.
Choucroute Garnie is the most delicious traditional Alsatian meal you can find in Strasbourg commonly served in any restaurant in any city in Alsace. It is actually sauerkraut with sausages.
Alsatian beer is very well-known and popular in France. Be sure to taste some of the best Alsatian traditional drinks in Europe when you are having your lunch break while exploring the city’s historic centre.
There are three towers in the Ponts Couverts landmark section of Strasbourg that were built in the 13th century, as well as several footbridges!
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In the Christmas Market, during the Christmas holidays, you will encounter many people wearing stork hats, also known as cigogne, which is Alsace’s famous local bird.
The 16th century Maison des Tanneurs is such a gorgeous building that once used to house the local tanners of the village in Grand Ile of Strasbourg. It is now a popular restaurant.
The rural old city of Strasbourg is one of the most beautiful areas of Alsace, and contains the most picturesque and romantic setting in the region known as La Petite France.
This restaurant by the river is almost always full in the evening due to its popularity as well as its romantic and peaceful setting by the beautiful still waters of the Ill.
There are so many different delicious Alsatian meals to choose from when you are sitting with your friends for dinner while you are on your Euro trip!
A Baeckoffe is one of Alsace’s most popular traditional dishes which consists of meat, potatoes, onions and other herbs and spices submerged and marinated in wine.
The École nationale d'administration was founded in the mid-20th century in Paris, France.
Many people like to sit by the river's still waters at night and enjoy their surrounding atmosphere and scenic views of this historical landmark.
The evening is the perfect time for a nighttime stroll during your trip in one of Strasbourg's many pedestrian areas in the beautiful nature and clean peaceful atmosphere of the city.
Try the tasty Kugelhopf cake when you are in Alsace on vacation in summer; this sweet cake is made of yeast, raisons and almonds.
The tanner profession requires a lot of water, so the new mills that were built in the Ile River waters in Little France appealed to them and allowed for them to reside in the area.
Visit the Tourist Information Center near the Cathedral in Strasbourg. There is another tourist office near the railway station as well and both are available to guide visitors from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the evening.
You feel as though you have been sent back in time to the Middle Ages when you see the centre around Little France where the Maison des Tanneurs is situated by the riverside.
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Enjoy delectable traditional Alsatian cuisine while on vacation in Strasbourg with your fiancé at a local restaurant in the picturesque romantic Petite France.
You can explore the city of Strasbourg in just a few days and there are so many ways to do so, including by bicycle, on foot, or even by participating in a tourist river cruise on the Ile River.