Strasbourg Must-Sees Tour

Pequeña Francia, Catedral de Estrasburgo, Parlamento Europeo

Visit alongside your licensed guide, a multicultural and eclectic city, the capital of Alsace and Europe, Strasbourg will leave you speechless. Its various neighborhoods will transport you to different eras, and you will learn more about its intense history.

About this activity


Private Tour

with a Licensed Guide


1.5 to 3-hour tour


Max 30 people per group


English, French,

Spanish or Catalan

Tour prices

  • Private individuals
  • from €118.00

    (Price for 2 people)

  • 1.5-hour tour
  • VAT and taxes included
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  • Base rate
  • from €168.00

    (Price per group)

  • 1.5-hour tour
  • VAT and taxes included
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  • Easter / Christmas
  • from €184.00

    (Price per group)

  • 1.5-hour tour
  • VAT and taxes included
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  • Discover the highlights of Strasbourg, such as its impressive cathedral and the charming district of La Petite France.
  • Walk through the cobblestone streets of the picturesque La Petite France neighborhood and admire its timber-framed houses.
  • Immerse yourself in the grandeur of the cathedral, described by Victor Hugo as "a gigantic and delicate marvel".
  • Explore the reasons why Strasbourg was coveted by both Germans and French.
  • Enjoy a 1-hour panoramic tour with your own coach to uncover peripheral neighborhoods like the European Quarter or German Quarter.
  • Receive detailed commentary provided by your official guide to enrich your experience.

Full description

We will begin our tour by immersing ourselves in the city's jewel, the Notre-Dame Cathedral, where you'll find astonishing medieval stained-glass windows and a dazzling 16th-century astronomical clock that is still in operation. If the itinerary allows, we will witness one of its movements that occurs every 15 minutes.

Our tour continues through the cobbled streets of the old town, discovering other treasures of the Alsatian capital. From the old town hall, bearing witness to Strasbourg's rich history as a free city, to the Protestant Reformation and the lasting traces left by this faith, still visible today. We'll also get up close to the Church of St. Thomas, a significant building for the Protestant community, as well as for the region's history.

Later, we will immerse ourselves in the famous and picturesque district of La Petite France, bathed by the arms of the Ill River, a tributary of the Rhine that winds through the historic center. Along the canals, charming half-timbered houses will provide us with a unique visual spectacle.

Also, during our stroll, we will have the opportunity to discuss the various culinary specialties of the region, such as the Kougelhopf, which can be found in most bakeries in the city.

Meeting point

I can meet you at your hotel or apartment in downtown Strasbourg, or we can arrange to meet near a monument or site.


 Private hire of an authorized local guide

 Walking tour of Strasbourg

 Entrance to the cathedral (free)

 Professional liability insurance


 Means of transportation

 Tickets for entry to monuments and museums

 Personal audio headset (mandatory in the cathedral)


Important information

  • The tour takes place mainly outdoors.
  • Appropriate attire is required to enter the cathedral (no tank tops, sleeveless shirts, or very short pants).
  • It is mandatory for the group to have audio headsets for the interior tour of the cathedral. You can rent them here.
  • Only properly accredited guides are allowed to lead tours inside the cathedral.