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Disabled Holidays in Strasbourg


Strasbourg lies in the Alsace region of north eastern France, near the German border. Having swapped German and French hands over the years, the influence of both in its culture and architecture can clearly be seen and felt. Strasbourg is the seat of the European Parliament and made up of twisting alleys, crooked half timbered houses, winstubs - cosy Alsatian taverns - with the River Ill running right through. It is also famous for the stunning Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Strasbourg, started in the 12th century, once the world’s tallest building and still the sixth tallest church in the world.

How To Get There

By car / ferry - Poole to Cherbourg or Portsmouth to Cherbourg, Le Havre or Caen. Once in France the drive is approximately eight hours. From Calais approximately six hours

By train - Take the Eurostar from London to St Pancras International to Paris.du Nord. Change for a TGV to Strasbourg. The journey from London to Strasbourg takes approximately five hours.

By air - There are direct flights to Strasbourg to most UK airports with flight times approximately two hours.


Accessible Attractions - Parts of the Cathedral are accessible, while the historic quarter Petit France, the site of the annual Christmas Market is suitable for those with limited mobility. Of the three museums in Strasbourg, only the Archaeological museum is partially accessible.

Best Time to Go - Strasbourg is cold in winter although the pretty Christmas markets are worth braving the cold. April and May is an extremely pleasant time to visit - and before the summer crowds arrive too.

Type of Accessible Accommodation - Hotels, apartments and cottages.


What's available with our disabled holidays in Strasbourg?

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  • Chateau de l'Ile in Strasbourg

    Accessible 4 star hotel

    • Full board, Half board, Self Catering, Bed and Breakfast
    • Spa Holidays
    • Hotels, Apartments
    • 4 Stars

    This 19th century hotel occupies the building of a former castle and consists of a ...

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