Get to Know Historic Strasbourg
Price: $250 ($375 with 2nd Class Rail, $425 with 1st Class Rail). Strasbourg Day Tour from Paris runs every day of the week. Available February to December. Special agenda during December Christmas Markets.
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Strasbourg Day Tour Itinerary
Start your day with a comfortable ride from Paris via high speed rail to Strasbourg. After meeting your guide in the station, you will spend the morning in the famed Old Town of Strasbourg.
Dating back 2000 years to a Roman settlement, Strasbourg has been under church rule, German rule, and, ultimately, has been a free French city since after World War 1. Baden in Germany is right across the river. Start about with a walking tour of Little France, the Cathedral of Notre Dame and a stroll along the canals.
After some free time for lunch, you will drive the famed Alsace Wine Road to visit the medieval town of Riquewihr. Unchanged since the 1600’s, this is straight out of a fairy tale. You’ll have a walking tour and a wine tasting, then go on to Cave Boucher Jean Luc for tastes of up-and-coming Alsace wines.
In December, your afternoon will be spent at the famed Christmas markets.
After the visit, return to Strasbourg in time for the evening train back to Paris. Overnight stay in Strasbourg available. Contact us for details.
Strasbourg Day Tour from Paris includes:
- Transportation in a comfortable air-conditioned minivan for the day.
- Wifi access on board.
- A registered English speaking driver/guide.
- Wine tasting in 1 winery and 1 tasting room.
- 8 passengers maximum per vehicle.
- Option for late train to Paris so as to enjoy dinner in charming Strasbourg.
- Gratuity for the guide (not mandatory)
Occasionally, last minute or high season rail prices will be higher than the prices listed above. We will always contact you before booking if this is the case. If you are not booking your rail through LinkParis.com, please do not book your train tickets until the correct rail times are confirmed by us. Rail tickets are emailed as a .pdf document for home printing.
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