Petite France, Strasbourg
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Strasbourg: Euro Guided Tour by Segway

1. 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

2. 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/

Strasbourg Christmas Market tour

3. Strasbourg Christmas Market tour

Created in 1570, Strasbourg’s Christkindelsmärik, or Market of the Infant Jesus, is the oldest Christmas market in Europe. Each November the city becomes the Capital of Christmas. Two million visitors come to visit the market, enjoy the famous flashing lights of the Christmas tree in Place Kléber and discover Alsatian culture. On this 1 hour and 30 minute tour, taste culinary specialties such as hot wine, pretzels and kugelhopf. Get in some holiday shopping with typical souvenirs such as religious statues, handmade toys, tablecloths, napkins, Christmas tree ornaments and jewelry. Visit this magical city, a blend of German and French culture, and experience an unforgettable Christmas.

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What people are saying about Petite France, Strasbourg

Overall rating

3.7 / 5

based on 7 reviews

Jean looked after us well and introduced us to the most important points in the history of Strasbourg. The wheels were very good. We recommend the tour for cyclists.

It was a great tour with a lot of historical background and tips such as restaurant recommendations or where to buy good wine. You learned a lot about the city.

Leisurely ride through the city. Lots of information about culture, buildings & culinary delights At the end a Edelzwicker with tarte flambée.

Very great experience and really recommendable! It's a lot of fun and something different from ordinary tours

Very well liked guided tour, we had our own bike with us