Strasbourg Car Hire
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The largest city in the Grand Est region of Eastern France, Strasbourg is an attractive metropolis with around 285,000 citizens in the city proper and closer to 800,000 in the wider metropolitan area. Strasbourg is one of a select few global cities which is not a national capital yet hosts several high-profile international organisations ̶ it’s the seat of the European Parliament, the Council of Europe, and the International Institute of Human Rights. Strasbourg is also part of the historic Alsace region and is characterised by a unique mix of French and German cultural influences. There’s a gorgeous Gothic cathedral here, and rustic pubs, half-timbered houses and canals.
Meanwhile, this sophisticated city also offers plenty to explore on four wheels, both in the urban centre and its environs, and Enjoy Travel makes Strasbourg car hire simple. For instance, hiring a mini-sized car like a Fiat 500 costs just €19.90 a day in Strasbourg if you book ahead of time, a cute Renault Twingo is just €22.35 a day and a compact Vauxhall Mokka SUV is €29.69 a day. Hire a car in Strasbourg with Enjoytravel.com and get ready to roll around this high-class city packed with culture and history.
Guide to Strasbourg
The bishops of Strasbourg ruled the city from the 4th Century AD until 1262, when the citizens rebelled at the Battle of Hausbergen and declared it a Free Imperial City. It then ping-ponged between French and German rule from 1681 right through until the end of WWI when it became French (again), a status which it has maintained since.
Things to do in Strasbourg
You’ll never be bored in Strasbourg. Visiting the ancient sandstone cathedral is a must ̶ it was the tallest building in the world up until 1874 and is still a commanding presence. The cobbled streets and half-timbered houses of La Petite France are also picture-perfect, the European Parliament’s circular glass silhouette is another iconic landmark, and the baroque Palais des Rohan is also lovely. If you’re a fan of cutting-edge paintings, you’ll appreciate the Strasbourg Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art.
Eating out in Strasbourg
There are several sumptuous eateries in Strasbourg. Au Petit Bois Vert is the best place to sample Alsatian game, Les Plaisirs Gourmand is great for haute cuisine, Pizz’ar Ome serves fresh pizzas with terrific toppings and Le Jasmin is renowned for its Moroccan fare, but there’s lots more besides.
Getting about in Strasbourg
Drive on the right in Strasbourg.There’s an efficient tram network in the city and good road and rail links to the rest of France and beyond. Strasbourg Airport (SXB) is 10km southwest of the city.
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