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Place de la République

This was the central point of the Conrath development plan, named Conrath after the architect that conceived it, that planned the development of the town from 1870. The victorious German Empire wanted to create a new part of town based on the Haussmann Parisian model with long, wide avenues and monumental buildings. The Place de la République, formerly Place de l'Empereur, is the starting point for the Avenue de la Paix, the Avenue de la Liberté, which leads to the university also built by the Germans, and the old town via the Place Broglie. The square was also conceived as being the central point for several different thing. These were central power because of the Palais Du Rhin, the former Imperial Palace; regional power, because of amongst others the Landtag of Alsace-Lorraine, the former parliamentary assembly that today houses the National Theatre; and German culture, because of the library. These five massive buildings mark out the German presence in the countryside of Strasbourg. In the centre of the square there is a garden, which is full of flowers even in autumn and is home to a statue by Drivier, who was a colleague of Rodin. This sculpture was erected in 1936 in honour of those soldiers who died in World War One.


This is the most artistic cinema in town. Its philosophy of multicultural cinema rests on a constant output of quality, exploring all types of cinematography and not hesitating to offer unknown, exotic, or old works. Furthermore, it is very comfortable and its prices are the lowest in Strasbourg. There are also numerous conferences and debates with specialists and directors. Finally, don't miss out on the bar, which is located inside the cinema.

Le Barrage Vauban

This is one the largest buildings in the Petite France quarter. It was built at the end of the 17th century by Tarade, but designed by Vauban. This building towers over the Ill river, with its pillars plunging into the river. At that time, the 'large lock' was used to complete the defence system of the covered bridges, making it possible to flood the region and to block possible assailants at the same time. Today, it is possible to climb up and admire the astonishing view from the terrace, through the telescopes and viewpoint indicators. The view overlooks the covered bridges opposite, the old quarter and the cathedral. Admission free.

Black Forest High Road

A route between the towns of Hundseck and Untersmatt was constructed in 1930, which came to be known as Schwarzwaldhochstrasse. It was extended in 1952 to the cities of Baden-Baden in the north and Freudenstadt to the south to provide an easy access to hotels and scenic spots on the high altitude Black Forest mountains. The 60 kilometer (37 miles) stretch of the road provides a great opportunity for nature trails and winter sports at an altitude that ranges from 700 to 1100 meters (2296 to 3609 feet).

Europa Park

Step into the enchanting Europa Park for an experience like no other. Travel enthusiasts are sure to love the city themed areas, where you can drop in to Portugal or Spain, or visit Scandinavia, among the dozen other cities recreated. Larger-than-life roller-coasters, crazy carousels and whirlwind water-rides will get your adrenaline pumping and leave you excited for more. As one of the country's largest of its kind, this park promises an exhilarating and memorable time and will far from disappoint. It makes for a great getaway from mundane city life and is best enjoyed with family and large groups.


Pristine and picturesque, Mummelsee is a popular tourist attraction surrounded by towering pine trees in the famous Black Forest of Germany. Many local legends and myths are associated with the lake, including one which alludes to shapeshifting water spirits and the King of Mummelsee residing in its depths. Souvenir shops, restaurants, and the Berghotel Mummelsee are located on its banks and are worth checking out during a visit to the lake. The glistening waters, along with the panoramic views of the valley, make for a beautiful backdrop in a holiday picture.

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