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Strasbourg has so much to offer visitors
One of the best cities to visit in France is Strasbourg, which is one of the largest and most beautiful, with a population of around 500,000. If you are flying into Strasbourg international airport, you should hire a car to enable you not only to explore the fascinating and historic centre, but also go further afield and see the surrounding area. The best way to hire a car for your city break is to book one before your arrival using car rental broker Rent.it, who can find you the best deal.
Main attractions in the city
Strasbourg has an abundance of things to do and see, so it is advisable to organize your trip to take advantage of the 'capital of culture.' The place is alive with museums, theatres, concert halls and monuments, as well as many terrific restaurants and bars that provide a wide-ranging European cuisine that has something delicious to suit everyone. Must see tourist attractions include the iconic Cathédrale de Nôtre Dame, which was constructed in 1190 and dominates the old town skyline. Not to be missed is Petite France, which is a historic quarter that has been around since the Middle ages and was made a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1988. Also, worth a visit is Ponts Couverts, and the German district where you can browse around some excellent examples of German neoclassical architecture.
Visiting the many interesting attractions around Strasbourg
Having the freedom to explore the areas around the city, can be achieved by renting a car at the city airport. A town situated less than 25 kilometres away is Mosheim, which is famous for its medieval Alsacienne houses that are painted pink. For motor enthusiasts, Mosheim is the home of the Bugatti sports car factory, and a festival takes place every September were many fantastic examples of the car are displayed.The region around Strasbourg is noted for its wine and is full of little villages with vineyards tumbling down from the mountains. For more adventurous travellers, the 61 kilometre drive out to Kaysersberg on the banks of the River Weis, should not be missed. With its old 'Keep' and houses that date back to the 16th-century, visitors can stroll through its narrow streets and sample the local wine. Albert Schweitzer was born in this town, and his house has been turned into a tiny museum that is open from summer to autumn.