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Strasbourg: 20 centuries of history
Duration 1h15
Discover all the most beautiful buildings in Strasbourg! The Ancienne Douane, the covered bridges, the Vauban dam, The Palais du Rhin, Gallia, the European Parliament, the Palais des Droits de l'Homme and many more. This is a real journey through the ages because Strasbourg’s districts tell the story of 2000 years of history.
Strasbourg, Grande Ile
Duration 0h45
La Grande Ile: this is where Strasbourg's heart beats. Its lacy sandstone cathedral is the epicentre. All around are interweaving alleyways with their half-timbered houses, small shady squares and the gentle Alsatian way of life. And the highlight of your cruise is the passage through 2 locks.
One way Cathedral -> Phare Citadelle // 7km
Duration 0h45
Step aboard for a unique trip, a mix of relaxation and contemplation, from the Cathedral to the Citadel Lighthouse, a fun pop-up venue to enjoy with your friends!


Between June and September, from Wednesdays to Sundays, sail away aboard our shuttle service to the coolest place in town that offers a mix of DJ sets, creative workshops and outdoor games. Enjoy a refreshing drink, a friendly aperitif, and the summer atmosphere, all just steps from the water.

For the return trip, there’s a tram stop only 300 m away to deposit you safely back in the city centre.
Strasbourg-Sur-Mer - ONLY IN FRENCH
Duration 2h00
Departure from Dauphine, Place de l'Etoile

Visit the port of Strasbourg on a boat tour. Rediscover Strasbourg through the story of its port and river activities, an essential part of our daily lives.

  • Saturday 21st September 2024 - 2.00pm
  • Saturday 19th October 2024 - 2.00 pm