- Local, friendly guide
- Guided tour
- Free entrance to the market
Christmas time in Strasbourg? What a wonderful idea! Amongst all the places to visit in France, Strasbourg, the capital of the Grand Est region of France is a must do during your French holidays! Welcome to our Strasbourg Christmas market tour !
“Where is Strasbourg?” you ask… It is to the East of Paris, about 2 hours by car, close to the German border. It is the biggest city of the Alsace Region where you can find one of the best Christmas markets in Europe. Strasbourg Christmas market is one of the most enchanting and lovely things to do with family. Discover one of the best things to do in Strasbourg with a specialized guide that will show you the city, the famous Christmas market, and the Strasbourg Cathedral. Learn about the gastronomic specialties of the region and get tips about Strasbourg restaurant!
Among every France attractions, Strasbourg Cathedral is also a must see! Strasbourg Cathedral or the Cathedral of Our Lady of Strasbourg is the jewel of the city.
The best Christmas market tour? Don’t look anymore, you found it!
Your guide will be waiting for you at the « Agence One City Tours », 5 petite rue du Vieux Marché aux Vins, and will take you to the famous Strasbourg Christmas market. The market takes place at the foot of the Cathedral, a masterpiece of Gothic Art.
Since 1992, as the Capital of Christmas, the city celebrates Christmas with magic and traditions of ancient times.
Meet your guide at the « Agence One City Tours », 5 petite rue du Vieux Marché aux Vins, and start your walking tour to the famous market.
Created in 1570, the « Christkindelsmärik », or Market of the Infant Jesus, is the oldest Christmas market in Europe. Each year, in November, the city becomes the Capital of Christmas. For a month, 2 million visitors come to walk around the Christmas market, enjoy the famous flashing lights of the Great Christmas Tree in Place Kléber, and discover Alsatian culture. You can taste culinary specialties (hot wine, Pretzl, sauerkraut, kugelhopf…), get your holiday shopping done with typical souvenirs such as religious statues, handmade toys, tablecloth, napkins, Christmas tree decorations, jewelry etc…
Come and visit this magic city, a cross between German and French culture, and experience an unforgettable Christmas.
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