Strasbourg, France

 out of 2  reviews

** STRASBOURG, FRANCE **

Read travel tips for Strasbourg, France from our amazing community of BLACK AND BROWN TRAVELERS that will help you find some of the best places to visit Strasbourg, France. Our variety of travel tips will definitely help you plan your next trip. Our tips range from best places to visit in Strasbourg, France, affordability, nightlife, local food, where to stay and even what it is like Traveling While Black. Lastly, we are working diligently to create a comprehensive city guide for Strasbourg, France. Stay tuned! But in the meantime, scroll down to read tips below!

 

1) Read City Reviews Left By Our Members – Although we do not have comprehensive guides created for this city quite yet, members of our community can still share their experiences in the form of city reviews.  Scroll below to see what they are saying about this city.

 

2)Leave Your Own City Review – If you have been to this city, we would really appreciate if you left a meaningful comment/rating linked to one of our travel categories. It would be a great help to our growing travel community.  Also, if you know someone who has been to this city, ask them to leave a city review.

 

3)Personal Travel Map – We offer a free feature to create a digital travel map in your profile. Once you finish, if you would like to share with the community, please send an email to featureme@greenbookglobal.com and we will prioritize your travel map and photo to be featured on our Instagram page.

 

4)Existing City Guides – Check out the below city guides to inspire your next trip.  Some guides require membership so Register today (don’t worry it is free99).

a) Havana, Cuba (Members Only)
b) Venice, Italy
c) Bali, Indonesia (Members Only)
d) Johannesburg, South Africa
e) Sydney, Australia
f) Cartagena,Colombia (Members Only)
g) Dutchess County New York (Beacon/Poughkeepsie)

 



 

PSDrop Us a Line – If you really want the creation of a city guide or maybe we are missing a city that you would like to review, send an email to newcity@greenbookglobal.com  and let us know.  Also, if there aren’t any reviews for this city yet, go ahead and be the first!! 

Related Listings

Write a review

You must be logged in to post a comment.

 out of 2 reviews
Things To Do
Adventure
History
Affordability
Relaxation
Local Food
Romance
Nightlife
Traveling While Black

2 Reviews

  1. author
    heyimprincess
    27 Mar 2020
    Rating
    Things To Do
    Things To Do
    Adventure
    History
    Affordability
    Relaxation
    Local Food
    Romance
    Nightlife
    Traveling While Black

    We went to Strasbourg because we were staying in Landstuhl and it was only a few hours away. We only stayed a day but it was absolutely beautiful to get a taste of France while in Germany (since I’ve never been) we climbed to the top of the cathedral and it had some of the most amazing views. We stopped in the bakery right down the street for a quick cup of coffee. There is a pretty quaint gingerbread store called la Pain d’épices Mireille Oster that offers a wide selection of gingerbread. We walked by La Petite France which offers beautifully pastel buildings and a just has an adorable french charm.

  2. El__Milagro
    El__Milagro
    25 Feb 2019
    Rating
    Things To Do
    Things To Do
    Adventure
    History
    Affordability
    Relaxation
    Local Food
    Romance
    Nightlife
    Traveling While Black

    I made my way to Strasbourg France on a whim… and what an adventure it turned out to be! I bought my ticket the night before, and was at the train station early the next morning with my suitcase in hand. Only to find out that there was a workers strike going on, and no one was manning the trains. Rather than waiting around for the strike to end (at least 5hr wait), I returned to my friends house and booked another ticket for the next morning.
    As next morning came, I tried again.

    After finally boarding the train, I was about 2 hours into my ride when I get a message from my Airbnb informing me that they were no longer able to host me. So now I’m on my way to a foreign country, with an ETA of 5 hours and no place to stay. To make matters worse, the train didn’t have any WiFi and since were traveling through farmlands, I didn’t have any service. I landed in a Strasbourg about 8:30pm and immediate started walking to the nearest hostel I could find. They were booked. They referred me to another hostel, also booked. Booked. Booked. Booked. That’s all I was getting as i jumped from hostel to hostel looking for accommodations. At this point, I’m starting to accept the fact that I’m going to sleep on the ground for the night. Imagine my overwhelming flow of emotions! By now it’s almost 10pm and my arms is tired from dragging along my suitcase. I make my way to my last hostel attempt, and to my luck they have ONE bed open! Safe for the night.

    The reason I chose Strasbourg is because I personally believe Paris is overrated. I asked my French friend where the next best French city was and she referrred me to Strasbourg, because they have the biggest Christmas Market in all of France (hence why all the hostels, hotels, and Airbnb’s were booked). By 9am, all the pop up shops were setting up for the influx of people starting to collect. As you weave your way through the city, you see the beautiful huge cathedral, bridges and rivers, and giant teddy bears hanging from buildings. Everything is decorated with Christmas gleem and you can actually feel the happiness in the air. I’m not the biggest fan for Christmas. In all honesty I don’t even celebrate it, but in Strasbourg, France in December, I couldn’t help but catch some Christmas cheer!

No comment found