SELESTAT: 20 mins from Strasbourg
- The Humanist Library: 1,000 works from the Middle Ages
- Alsace Bread Museum: a museum dedicated to the varieties and flavours of Alsatian
COLMAR: 30 mins from Strasbourg
- The Toy Museum: a unique, varied and lively collection of games, machines and dolls
- The Unterlinden Museum is home to the world-famous work, the Isenheim Altarpiece, as well as paintings from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance
- The Bartholdi Museum is dedicated to the sculptor of the State of Liberty in New York
- The old town: little Venice, the Dominican Church
OBERNAI: 30 mins from Strasbourg
Quintessential Alsatian town located at the foot of the Vosges. Numerous pedestrianised and commercial lanes. Mont St Odile, located a few kilometres away, affords a breath-taking view of the Alsace plain.
RIBEAUVILLÉ: 45 mins from Strasbourg
One of the most widely recognised villages on the Wine Route. The Museum of the town and viticulture is dedicated to the occupation of winemaker, grafting of vines, harvest, pressing and vinification.
MULHOUSE: 1 hour from Strasbourg
- The Mulhouse zoo
- The National Automobile Museum tells the story of the motorcar based on 400 magnificent vintage cars.
- The EDF Electropolis Museum is the largest museum in Europe dedicated to electrical energy: all manner of electrical experiments.
- also the Museum of Printed Textiles and the French Railway Museum
UNGERSHEIM: 1 hour from Strasbourg
The Ecomuseum of Alsace: an old Alsatian village that has been completely reconstructed, exhibitions, presentations of professions of days gone by.
BALE (BASEL-SWITZERLAND): 75 mins away
- The zoo: just a short distance from the station, with almost 6,000 animals in an exceptional setting.
- The “Kunsthalle”: one of the largest and most famous Modern Art museums in Europe
NANCY: 80 mins from Strasbourg 1
Nancy is a vibrant city characterised by its remarkable diversity and rich heritage. Must see: the Lorraine Museum
BESANÇON: 2 hours 30 mins from Strasbourg
- A city of art and history: the Vauban Citadel, the old town, promenade on the banks of the Doubs
PARIS: 4 hours from Strasbourg
- The French capital needs no introduction. Discover the Latin quarter, Rive Gauche, the Boulevards, Montmartre and a whole lot more…
BADEN BADEN, GERMANY: 40 mins from Strasbourg
- Caracalla: 7 thermal pools, 21 whirlpool baths, hot water jets, saunas, Turkish baths
HEIDELBERG, GERMANY: 2 hours 30 mins from Strasbourg
- The old town and university: founded in 1386, the university is one of the oldest in Western Europe. Must see: The University library and the student dungeon.
- The castle: beautiful ruins of an 18th century fort.