alesssia, London, GBR, about 2 months ago
I have just found some cheap tickets to Strasbourg for the first weekend of September and I would like to spend there four/five days .
My plans are of staying two days in the city and then exploring the surroundings. I have indeed been told that Alsace includes some of the best France's villages. The problem is that I do not have a valid driving licence with me (and I am travelling alone), thus I can't rent a car. Does anyone know if any of these villages is reachable by public transportation? Which villages will you suggest to visit? Are there any organised tour?
Beside that any other suggestion is more than welcome!
Thank you very much in advance,
alesssia , London, GBR, about 2 months ago
thanks for your comment! The full day wine tour (http://www.tourisme-alsace.com/en/302000411-Alsace-full-day-wine-tour.html) sounds nice. Are there any other tour operators that organise trips like this one?
Stephania Jones, Byron Bay, AUS, about 2 months ago
I'm currently staying not far from the Strasbourg area. Can anyone advise me, where the best salsa social dancing is? clubs? and on intermediate/advanced lessons for Cuban style?
davidFrl , Augsburg, DEU, about 2 months ago
Sals'heroes is in the city center if you wana take classes. (all levels, you can pay for the semester or just for 1 lesson)
Thaï Palace every sunday or so, check on facebook for the event called "DOMINGO LATINO"
The bar "snooker" organises salsa events quite often.
The "barcolatino" is a "latino bar/club" but not specific for salsa
Check on facebook, it's quite
evaSave , Ortenberg, DEU, about 2 months ago
I am in the same situation.... after 2 years in the area I can not find a "stable-good-salsa-place" :( (And I dance also cuban,,,,)
Thanks for the advices Frdavid. I was really disapointed of Barcolatino.... I don't think I will go there again.
I would recommend also Freiraum in Offenburg, only one day per month (the first sunday of every month...) but is big and gets full and some good dancers around...
But for lessons, I just found no-rythm teachers (bcause they are not latinos).... XD
I will check out your advices...
Rahman Hasanoğlu, Heidelberg, DEU, about 2 months ago
I will be in strasbourg with my mother for 3 days.
-Cathedrale Notre Dame de Strasbourg
-La Petite France
-Parc de l'Orangerie
May you suggest me some other places and restaurants?
Marc Hessmann , Strasbourg, FRA, 9 days ago
I also reccomand to go visit the big and quiet "jardin des deux rives", big area half in france, half in germany, and to cross the pedestrians bridge in the middle. the german part has a huge tower you can use for free to see strasbourg and kehl very well. better to get there with a city bike (walking is so slow)
Richard PALABOST , Strasbourg, FRA, about 2 months ago
Hey Rahman !
I suggest you to go in all the city center coz it's very interesting (Palais des Rohan, Ancienne Douane) and to continue with Republic Square where you can see the Opera, Palais du Rhin and other. Near Galia you can see the Church of Saint-Paul (very nice) and the palais universitaire. And for finish le Parlement Européen just nearly Parc Orangerie. I wish you to enjoy your trip here. Bye. Richard
Richard JG, Bogotá, COL, about 2 months ago
Hey there everybody,
Do you know any market on the street either in Baden-Baden or close to this city? I saw this kind of markets in Berlin, it takes place on Tuesdays and Fridays. What about at this area?
Could you tell me more information, please? I tried Google and didn´t find anything.
Thanks in advance.
Ramona Futterer , Baden-Baden, DEU, about 2 months ago
it is called "Wochenmarkt" (weekly market) here. There you can find any saisonal fruits and vegetables including oversea products like tropical fruits etc.
Wochenmärkte in Baden-Baden
Augustaplatz in der Innenstadt:
Montag und Donnerstag 7.00 bis 13.00 Uhr
Klosterplatz in Lichtental:
Dienstag und Freitag, jeweils von 7.00 bis 12.00 Uhr
Bernhardusplatz in der Weststadt:
Mittwoch und Samstag, jeweils von 7.00 bis 12.00 Uhr
Danjela Brückner, Leipzig, DEU, about 2 months ago
I'm currently staying with my 12 year old Cousin and his family in Kehl (on the German side of the Rhine) and we are planning to go visit Strasbourg next week :)
Are there any activities/museums you'd recommend for that age? Or maybe even willing to show us around a little bit?
Looking forward to hearing from you!
(Ah by the way, I speak a bit of French as well, so communication shouldn't be a problem :))
Nikita Gassmann , Strasbourg, FRA, about 2 months ago
I would advise you to go to Le Vaisseau which is a nice "museum" where children can make some interesting scientifical experiences (right now it's around the body I think).
At the MAMCS (Musée d'ART Moderne et Contemporain de Strasbourg) you have sometimes activities for children as well.
It's a pity I won't be around next week.
Have fun !
Danjela Brückner , Leipzig, DEU, about 2 months ago
@Nikita: Thanks for the advice!! I will definitely check those places out :)
@Jeanmarc: Thanks for the offer! I will message you later, when I'm on my computer :)