Private tour of Strasbourg in a privatized boat with Skipper

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Our small luxury yacht on a human scale will be privatized only for you, from 2 to 7 people. This unique visit of Strasbourg along the water takes you in an exceptional setting, day and night, you will be amazed by the Strasbourg monuments, the terraces and restaurants by the water. A VIP welcome will be given to you, smile, relaxation and professionalism are at the rendezvous.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Alsace Bateau Privatisé

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Cathedrale Notre Dame de Strasbourg

Passage in front of the Notre-Dame de Strasbourg cathedral which is a Gothic cathedral located in Strasbourg, in the administrative district of Bas-Rhin, on the territory of the European community of Alsace.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: La Petite France

Very lively, the tourist district of Petite France is known for its cobbled streets, its canals and its well-preserved half-timbered houses such as the Maison des Tanneurs, built in 1572. The terrace located on the roof of the Vauban dam, a lock-bridge canopy built in the 17th century, offers a panoramic view.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: European Parliament Strasbourg

You will have the opportunity to see the European Parliament

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Pont Couverts

The covered bridges of Strasbourg are three bridges spanning the Ill in the heart of Petite France. The four fortified towers lining these bridges have been classified as historical monuments since 1928.

Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By: Musee d'Art Moderne et Contemporain

Passage by boat in front of the Strasbourg Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art

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Passage through the Saint-Paul de Strasbourg church which is located at the intersection of the Zorn and Mullenheim quays, on the banks of the Aar and Ill rivers. Former Protestant garrison church, it was built at the end of the 19th century during the annexation. She is now assigned to the Reformed religion.

Duration: 5 minutes

Stop At: Cour Europeenne des Droits de l'Homme

We will pass before The European Court of Human Rights which is an international court established in 1959 by the Council of Europe with the mission of ensuring the respect of the commitments entered into by the signatory States of the European Convention on Human Rights. 'man.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Parc de l'Orangerie

Passage through the public park of the city of Strasbourg. It is located opposite the Palais de l'Europe and close to the other European institutions in the Orangerie district, within the Neustadt. Its area is 26 hectares

Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By: Le Jardin des Deux Rives

The Deux Rives garden is a cross-border public park between the city of Strasbourg in France and the city of Kehl in Germany. It is located on both sides of the Rhine with a footbridge to connect the two parts

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The Elithis Danube Tower is a positive energy housing tower located in the Danube eco-district in Strasbourg.

Duration: 5 minutes

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Passage to the autonomous port of Strasbourg for 5 minutes.

Duration: 5 minutes

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The Saint-Guillaume church is a Gothic church in Strasbourg, assigned to Lutheran worship. Located at the junction of the Quais des Bateliers and des Pêcheurs but slightly set back, it is remarkable for its location

Pass By: Palais de Rohan

Place of residence of the four cardinals of Rohan, town hall, then imperial and royal palace, the Rohan Palace is a remarkable testimony to the art of princely living in the 18th century.

Pass By: Cour Europeenne des Droits de l'Homme

The European Court of Human Rights is a jurisdiction of the Council of Europe responsible for ensuring compliance with the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms by the 47 States that have ratified it.

Pass By: Musee historique de la Ville de Strasbourg

Describing the history of the city from the Middle Ages to the creation of the European institutions, the Historical Museum of the City of Strasbourg offers a historical and fun adventure. It questions the past of the city, invites reflection and allows interaction with objects around the collections. A place of emotions and discoveries

Pass By: Parc de l'Orangerie

The upscale residential district of the Orangerie revolves around the eponymous park, very flowery, which includes walking paths, a navigable lake, playgrounds and the Joséphine pavilion, hosting various events. Storks populate the park, and a small zoo is home to macaques and ibises. Ice cream parlors and several casual and upscale restaurants can be found in and around the park. Villas of Art Nouveau and neo-Renaissance architecture line the Allée de la Robertsau

Pass By: Christmas Market (Christkindelsmarik)

Stroll through the city and discover the different Christmas markets spread over the many squares. More than 300 chalets will soon be hosting delicacies and exceptional pieces symbolizing the Alsatian Christmas. Find your favorite exhibitors on the various Christmas markets spread over the various squares of the city. Only November and December
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