Visit the beautiful city of Strasbourg!

We are located at the heart of the European Institutions. The Residence is opposite the Council of Europe, the other institutions are less than 300 meters away.The essentials close to the residence:The Parc de l'Orangerie is not to be missed.The Strasbourg Exhibition Center is 1km away.St. Paul's Church is 1.1 km away.Swimming pool, tennis court, bowling and many other activities are accessible on foot (no more than 10min).The City Center and its Great Cathedral are just a few minutes away by bus or tram transport.

Peckish ?

Download one of the many apps connected to dozens of Strasbourg restaurants, and have it delivered to the Residence!

The service grocery store , 30 Rue Erckmann-Chatrian, is a grocery store that will satisfy you with local and classic products.

Chez Patrick , 53 Allée de la Robertsau, a bakery and pastry shop open from 7am, just 3 minutes walk away.

Les 2 , 8 Avenue de l'Europe, a small restaurant with good Italian dishes.

Arnaud & Co , 6 Rue François-Xavier Richter, restaurant with a varied menu, located on the other side of the Parc de l'Orangerie.

Le Buerehiesel , 4 Parc de l'Orangerie, a gastronomic restaurant where the product is king, some have a special place like frog legs.

L'Orangerie Park

The oldest park in the city is a favourite with joggers. Children love its playgrounds, vintage car circuit, mini-farm and zoo (free).
The lake, with its large romantic waterfall, is a great place for canoeing.
The Josephine Pavilion hosts temporary exhibitions and events. The Buerehiesel, a beautiful half-timbered house, houses a gourmet restaurant. The bowling alley with its terrace completes the leisure offer.

European Institutions

The European Parliament
is the parliamentary body of the European Union.
The Council of Europe, founded in 1949, is the continent's main human rights organisation.
The European Court of Human Rights,
established in 1959, is an international court.

Strasbourg Christmas market

An institution in Alsace, throughout France and across Europe!
The city even prides itself on being THE capital of Christmas!
What Alsatian has never set foot in Strasbourg during the festive period of Advent?
What European has never dreamed of visiting the capital of the old continent in its Christmas lights?

Strasbourg cathedral

With its 142-meters high spire, the cathedral and its pink sandstone lace dress dominate the entire Alsace plain. Let yourself be seduced by this Gothic masterpiece, the symbol par excellence of Strasbourg.

"La petite France"

Often compared to a small Venice.
Both peaceful and impetuous, the Ill river irrigates the district with all its charm. Take a stroll along its banks and admire the reflections of the colourful facades of the old houses.

La Place Kléber

Remodelled many times over the centuries, this large central square, which has been entirely pedestrianised, is now frequented by walkers, tourists and many shoppers.
Enlivened by flowerbeds and water fountains, it regularly hosts a whole series of cultural, associative, commercial and sporting events.