Apartments & Bed and Breakfast in Strasbourg
The northeastern French city of Strasbourg, on the border with Germany, is home to important European institutions such as the European Parliament and the European Court of Human Rights. It is also the home to many affordable accommodation solutions from Wimdu
. The old city center also has many historic sites, notably a Gothic Cathedral. Architecture in Strasbourg covers every style, from medieval to art nouveau. Your bed and breakfast or holiday apartment may not be so architecturally unique, but a few days in Strasbourg and you’ll be happy you visited. Most tourists to Strasbourg are there to visit the Strasbourg Cathedral, a Gothic cathedral completed in 1439. At the time it was the world’s tallest building. The Cathedral’s astronomical clock features a calendar, planetary dial and timings for the solar & lunar eclipses.
Relax at a Bed and Breakfast in Strasbourg
Many tourists visit Strasbourg for the Cathedral, but if you spend a bit more time exploring, you’ll find the city has much more to offer. Compared to its size, Strasbourg has an incredible amount of museums, ranging from contemporary art to ones with the old masters. Wimdu offers quality accommodation all over the world including holiday rentals in France
. While staying in a bed and breakfast in Strasbourg
you can spend your mornings at one of Strasbourg’s many parks, and your afternoons at one of the many museums. In the evenings, many of the cities halls have music or theater productions. Bed and breakfasts are a good way to get to explore the many local museums and cultural events in Strasbourg. Some bed and breakfast hosts may even be able to be your guide, with helpful historical information.
Stay at an Apartment in Strasbourg
With a holiday apartment, you could enjoy a relaxing stay in Strasbourg. With its unique history (In the 15th century, Johannes Gutenberg created the first European movable type printing press in Strasbourg), spending some time reading books, thanks to Gutenberg’s printing press. Or if you rent an apartment during the summer, take advantage of the many theatrical performances that happen around town, including dance festivals. Just be careful. Because in 1518 a dancing epidemic struck many Strasbourg citizens. People danced for days without rest and over a month of nonstop dancing, some died from heart attacks, strokes and exhaustion. With an apartment for your visit to Strasbourg, you won’t have to worry about having a place to rest and relax! For more check out Wimdu.com