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Strasbourg may have gained prominence in recent years as the seat of the European Parliament, but there have always been - and still are - plenty of reasons to visit this premier destination on the Ill river. If a visit here is in your future, then be sure to plan your trip properly by using Venere to find places to stay in Strasbourg. Our listings of partner Strasbourg hotels include options in every area of the city and every price range, to help ensure that you get the most value with the least amount of hassle. Every location is rated via reviews from previous visitors, to help you avoid any unwelcome surprises and make a decision that best fits your needs as a traveler. On top of that, Venere also provides photos and maps of each location, so you don't have to plan your trip blind! At Venere, we want your visit to Strasbourg to be memorable for all the right reasons, and by finding hotels there with us, you can focus more on enjoying your stay.

What's Strasbourg Like?

As the home of the European Parliament, the European Court of Human Rights, and as and a city with a strong industrial tradition, Strasbourg has plenty of strategic, political, and economic importance. But while the seats of European politics are themselves noteworthy spots to visit, there is history here stretching back centuries. The Cathédrale Notre Dame dates back to the 12th Century and is one of Strasbourg's most recognizable sites. Art and history both abound at the Palais des Rohan, which would be worth seeing even if empty, but also houses several different museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts. Nearby, the Musée Alsacien is dedicated to the history of the peoples of Alsace-Lorraine from the medieval period onwards, and is an excellent place from which to gain an understanding of this province nestled between Germany and France. Once you have the history, you can see the living city with a stroll through the Petite France district. Strasbourg is a wonderful mixture of past, present, and future, and is certainly worth a long visit, so be sure to find a great place to stay with Venere's listings of Strasbourg hotels, so that you can see it all!

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Strasbourg

French is the primary language here, although the use of English as a secondary language is increasing. German, while historically spoken commonly both in Strasbourg and the rest of Alsace-Lorraine, is much less common today. Regardless, Strasbourg residents very much appreciate at least an attempt to get along in French. The city is easy to get around in, but locals and visitors alike often favor bicycles, as the terrain and street layout makes it quite efficient and convenient. Thanks to the city's prominence in the European political landscape, the city is a hotbed of activism - as a visitor it may be best to avoid political topics with the locals, unless it's something in which you have a particular expertise. The local flavor reflects the city's dual heritage, with traditional Germanic offerings such as sauerkraut and sausages alongside more stereotypical French foods - additionally, the city seems quite obsessed with bagels, and they can be found nearly everywhere. With these tips on your side, and with the help of Venere and our collection of partner Strasbourg hotels, you'll be prepared to get the most out of your visit to this storied and prominent European hotspot.

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