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La Petite France

| Grand Île, Strasbourg, France
+33 3 88 52 28 28
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Strasbourg's historic neighborhood is a serene collection of cobblestone roads, fine restaurants and 16th-century buildings.
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| Grand Île, Strasbourg, France
Petite France Nord Ouest
+33 3 88 52 28 28
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Reviewed yesterday

Visited with a large tour group.We took a guided tour of the city. Tour was booked much in advance so we had to split into groups with over 60 people in each group (I was on a 140 person tour). The day we were here...More

Thank Aislinn G
Reviewed 4 days ago

saw La Petite France by the Batarama cruise. after the cruise, we walked along the river to it. awesome streets & shops; great cafes to relax, drink some vine and people watch!

Thank bill062
Reviewed 4 days ago

I did not spend much time here in Little France; nor did I eat or shop here. I passed here as part of day trip from Frankfurt. So my impression is superficial. It is quintessentially French, with lots of bistros and shops and elegantly-dressed women....More

Thank abuben
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This is a delightful part of Strasbourg , but not easy to find, The city is not well signed at all, and we were somewhat disappointed with our visit to the city

Thank colin a
Reviewed 5 days ago

Beautiful place, quaint and charming with lots of bars to sit i and watch the world go by. Nice to spend an afternoon strolling around.

Thank andandjo
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Be sure to use the canals to see the city sites. My pictures do not do the city along the Rhine justice. Home to the European Parliament. Norte Dame is a beautiful church.

Thank spikenails
Reviewed 1 week ago

This place of Strasbourg resumes the whole region Alsace : half-timered houses decorated with flowers, littles shops, bar and restaurants nearby the river. A nice place to spend during a hot summer afternoon

Thank 75VR67
Reviewed 1 week ago

The little restaurants, the little bistrots, the authentic feel you get, all contribute towards making the promenade an awesome and soothing experience. Do make sure to enjoy it with a friend or someone else though, since some alleys do get dark or are empty.

Thank Savida G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Le petit France is a very pretty historic area in he centre of Strasbourg with many restaurants. We dined at the riverside Pont St Martin as a group of six. Tarte flambé was excellent. Baked Camembert was even better. Excellent service, great restaurant.

Thank Peter J
Reviewed 1 week ago

One of my favorite attractions in Europe. The small ville brings peaceful and relaxing mind to people by its charm. The flowers, the small wooden mixed with cement house, the food, the canal, everything is so charming and unforgettable.

Thank RachelChang63
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10 March 2017|
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Response from donnie446 | Reviewed this property |
Yes there are a few restaurants open but breakfast is usually bread and coffee. Larger meals start after 11am.
1 November 2016|
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Response from wjbcqeagle | Reviewed this property |
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