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The ‘bateau-mouche' (riverboat): little prince of the river cruise

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With 400 km of waterways, Alsace is the ideal playground for river tourism another approach to enjoying the charms of the region while reviving a certain idea of ​​carpe diem.

Living on the water and also being outdoors, you can share the daily life of mariners for short outings or multi-day theme cruises. With over 800,000 annual passengers, Strasbourg Fluvial is undoubtedly one of the premiere regional tourist attractions.

In any season, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., the imposing Batorama with its panoramic glass roof offers a comprehensive overview of the architectural and historical diversity of the city. The route is enjoyable, especially under clear skies. A string of small romantic bridges allows you to admire the old centre and its charming timbered facades, the Palais Rohan, and, of course, the cathedral. Over 70 minutes, embrace the diversity of this ‘Latin Sentry at the gates of Germany' with a living slideshow that includes the institutions of the European Union site, the charms of La Petite France, the Krutenau, the Neustadt, etc.

Fortuitously, the departure pier is just steps from the cathedral, on the Quai des Bateliers. Strasbourg very grace fully imparts some of its secrets…

Batorama
Place du Marché aux Poissons
67000 Strasbourg

+33 (0)3 88 84 13 13

www.batorama.fr

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