Voilà. I went last time to Strasbourg in a warm weekend in February that made me think Spring is on its way. I remember walking on a street called Rue de Printemps (Spring) near the European Parliament. There is something romantic walking in any French city street, but especially one with the name of a season.
La Petite France
I didn’t leave without visiting “Cathedrale Nostre Dame de Strasbourg” and taking a boat trip on the canals of France’s Alsatian capital. My favorite part was andering in “La Petite France” district, the most charming area of Strasbourg, in the historical center of the city.
Making memories, walking on Rue des Dentelles among well preserved half-timbered houses and taking lovely photographs. Enjoying wine from the Alsace region and for dinner, ordering “Tarte flambee” or Flammekuchen.
To Strasbourg, the travel is easy and light, as traveling should be. The train from Colmar takes less than 30 minutes and until Baden Baden in the German Black Forest is just 1.5 hours. I always travel light and I am always ready for the next destination.
My first visit in Strasbourg was for work, and since than, I returned to Strasbourg for work and for pleasure 3 more times and if you are wondering weather or not I would return. And this should not come as a surprise, as there is always more to see. The answer is Oui!