A day in Strasbourg

Bonjour à tout le monde! Today I would like to share with you my impressions of visiting an amazing city.

Since I have moved to France, I discover different places and for the moment the biggest one was Strasbourg.

By the way, if you would like to see more photos from France, check out my Instagram.

Strasbourg it is a multicultural city of France. There you can hear different languages from passing by people.

In the train, for example, I was able to listen to a Spanish conversation.

A Day in

At the beginning of the day we were a little worried because la météo promised l’orage but eventually the weather was great.

I am in love with its stunning architecture, houses decorated with flowers and cozy cafés.

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Of course for me the main reason of visiting Strasbourg was to see the Notre Dame de Strasbourg cathedral. And yes… it was unbelievable! However, to get on its tour took a lot of my energy, but it is definitely worth it, the view is beautiful!

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I also liked boulangeries et pâtisseries with lots of tasty cakes and biscuits. The most impressive was 7,5 kilos Kougelhopf, a national pastry of Alsace.

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You can have a nice bateau trip along l’Ill river.

But be ready to stand in a long queue before.

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So we preferred to walk and to see everything closer 🙂 We went to Petite France, a small historic quatrier. It looks like a fairy tale!

Small boats that pass by, smell of coffee and pastry, people who have a rest along the river and play the pétanque game… Everything looks amazing in this city. 

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It was a nice day, full of positive emotions. Hope to come back there again.

Passionate about traveling? Check out my article about Lviv

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