Museums / Culture, City
Kid Friendly: Yes. Children must be able to walk the distance and of course stay with the group so they do not get lost and can cross roads safely.
People in wheel chairs might miss some viewpoints.
Maximum travelers: 10
Dutch (fluent), English (fluent), French (advanced), German (fluent)
Walk through the center of the city and see the cathedral, other churches, palaces and beautiful old buildings, bridges, etc..
We start our day with a canal cruise of about 70 minutes. Then we will visit the Munster cathedral and the astronomical clock. We walk along the city hall, the Rhin palace, military buildings and other famous villas like the Rohan palace in the city. You will see a number of catholic and protestant churches, like the St. Pierre le Vieux and the Eglise St. Thomas.
Along the way we will enjoy a lunch.
We end our tour walking over the "covered bridges" and look at the old houses and shops in la Petite France.
The total walking distance is about 5, 3 km or 3, 3 miles.
Boat tour followed by walk through historical centre of Strasbourg starting and ending at the Munster cathedral.
As an option we can skip the boat tour (50-60 minutes) for a museum visit or some more shopping time.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: In front of Munster cathedral or your Strasbourg hotel as an option.
End location: Munster cathedral or your Strasbourg hotel as an option.
Duration: 6 hours
Heavy rain or snow might alter program.
Boat and walking
60-70 minutes boat tour
Explanations of sights and buildings along the way.
Entrance to Munster cathedral and astronomical clock area.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
35 Euro - Count on about 20 Euro's per person for lunch and 15 Euro's for drinks.
lunch about 20 Euro per person (without drinks)
personal insurances and expenses
I am not a licensed guide and will not be able to guide you inside of the historical monuments.