Welcome to Strasbourg !

Strasbourg's 2000 year history has taken it from being a prosperous merchant city to its current position as capital of the peoples of Europe, from a centre for humanist thinking to a thriving hub of creators and entrepreneurs.

With its blend of cultures, innate tolerance, ecological awareness and embodiement of the European spirit, Strasbourg is a highly attractive, yet contemporary city. A multifaceted image, which is the basis of its originality.

Europe is alive here - the Europe of democracy, the Europe which belongs to its citizens, is being constructed here to deal with the major issues currently facing our society, such as education, industrial modernisation, solidarity, the change in energy sources and eco-responsibility.

Strasbourg, inspired perhaps by the soaring steeple of its cathedral, is a city where culture and business combine to form fertile ground for our future development.



News
29/11/2016
Welcoming refugees with dignity
Welcoming refugees with dignity
The Strasbourg Club adopts a vade-mecum on the reception and integration of refugees in European cities
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28/11/2016
Strasbourg capital of Christmas
Strasbourg capital of Christmas
The Christmas market has been open since Friday 25th November. With its 300 stalls spread out over the city center, Strasbourg's Christmas market is one of the oldest and biggest of Europe.
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21/11/2016
Newsletter "Strasbourg, the "Seat" november 2016
Newsletter "Strasbourg, the "Seat" november 2016
The spirit of Europe
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20/10/2016
New lighting for Strasbourg cathedral's illumination
New lighting for Strasbourg cathedral's illumination
From Saturday October 29th, come discover the new permanent highlighting of the Strasbourg Cathedral.
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18/10/2016
Jean-Pierre Sauvage, University of Strasbourg, the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016
Jean-Pierre Sauvage, University of Strasbourg, the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016 to Jean-Pierre Sauvage, University of Strasbourg, France, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart, Borthwestern University, Evanston IL, USA and Bernard L. Feringa, University of Groningen, the Netherlands, for the design and synthesis of the world’s smallest molecular machines.
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14/01/2016
The Cathedral of Egbert Broerken
The Cathedral of Egbert Broerken
A representation in bronze of this historical building, on the Place du Château
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06/10/2015
Public pool Wacken  do your training in the open air
Public pool Wacken – do your training in the open air
At the public pool in Wacken you can swim outdoor in pleasant warm water.
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07/05/2014
Strasblr: a different view of Strasbourg
Strasblr: a different view of Strasbourg
Strasblr is the Tumblr of www.strasbourg.eu. (Re)discover the city of Strasbourg from a different angle!
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01/11/2013
Use StrasMap to find your way in Strasbourg
Use StrasMap to find your way in Strasbourg
The City and Eurometropolis of Strasbourg’s key application StrasMap has been downloaded about 40,000 times, and it's also available in English and German!
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