Strasbourg, the capital of Europe
Did you know that Strasbourg was for a long time a free city, a republic which minted its own currency?
Do you know that great personalities have passed through Strasbourg?
Kings, queens, philosophers, Presidents of the French Republic, foreign heads of state ...
Taking a detour to Strasbourg with Détour Alsace means learning to discover Strasbourg in a different way by taking an interest in the secrets still visible in the city.
In extras: accommodation, transport, breakfast, drinks package, bicycle rental
Why go to Strasbourg?
The history of the construction of the Cathedral
The cathedral's astronomical clock
Vauban's iron belt
The Rohan Palace
The Petite France district
Gutenberg and the printing press in the 15th century
Jean Geiler de Kaysersberg, a humanist preacher
The episode of the deadly dance in 1518
Strasbourg during the Renaissance
Neustadt: traces of the German city
The historic cellar of the Civil Hospital
The time of the "Lights" in Strasbourg
The Revolution and Alsace
Sanitary conditions and measures
In the event of partial cancellation:
Up to 30 days before the arrival of the group: 30% of the canceled quota will be due
30 to 15 days before the arrival of the group: 50%
14 to 9 days before the arrival of the group: 75%
8 to 0 days before the arrival of the group: 100%
Free for children under 4 years old.
In the event of disputes, the customer can contact the Tourism and Travel Mediator but the customer must propose an amicable solution to the service provider before any procedure.
Covid-19 barrier gestures:
Hydroalcoholic gel available and respect for social distancing.
Disinfection of audio guides and vehicles before and after visits.
Wearing a mask is compulsory.
Take-out food during the health crisis.