The Cathedral Square is the soul of the historic district, embraced by picturesque houses and crowned by the awe-inspiring Notre Dame Cathedral.
Delight in its remarkable Gothic architecture, vibrant stained glass, and the captivating Astronomical Clock's apostle parade at noon.
Adjacent to Rohan Palace is the Museum of Cathedral Construction, displaying original statues, stained glass, paintings, and furniture dating from the 11th to 17th centuries, salvaged from the French Revolution.
Capture the imposing beauty of the neo-Gothic St. Paul's Church by crossing the Gallia Bridge before heading to Petite France. This historical monument stands as a testament to the region's rich heritage.
Petite France, a picturesque neighborhood once inhabited by fishers, millers, and tanners, features colorful houses with exposed wooden beams. Many tanners' houses have a loft and distinctive rooftops with galleries for drying skins.
The Barrage Vauban, constructed by Vauban in the 17th century, strengthened the medieval fortifications of Strasbourgafter its union with France. The bridge's 13 arches housed floodgates to protect the city, and later a panoramic terrace was added.