Map of the European district of Strasbourg

 
Map of European district
 
 

Visiting the European institutions in Strasbourg

 
conseileuropeHow to visit the European institutions in Strasbourg : European Parliament, Council of Europe, European Court of Human Rights.
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Discover artistic Europe in Strasbourg

 
Princesse EuropeThe European quarter of Strasbourg provides considerable richness in the realms of art and architecture little known to the public. Few people know where to find a segment of the Berlin Wall, and even fewer know the statue representing the Princess Europa on the back of Zeus in the form of a bull. From the European Parliament's Palace of Europe, to the Court of Human Rights, discover the works of art that are part of the European district of Strasbourg.
 
 

The member states of the European Union and the Council of Europe

 
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News

Plenary session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg

The plenary session of the European Parliament is when the Parliament formally convenes to vote for European Union legislation and to adopt its position concerning political questions. The plenary sessions occur 12 times per year in Strasbourg, and there are 6 "mini-sessions" in Brussells.

  1. Begin date: monday, 27th
  2. End date: thursday, 30th
 
 
 

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European diary


    • 21 april 2015

      General Affairs Council in Brussels

    • At these meetings the council does not only focus on political topics, but also on topics as the expansion of the EU or the fiscal planning.

    • From 27 april 2015 to 30 april 2015

      Plenary session of the European Parliament in Strasbourg

    • The plenary session of the European Parliament is when the Parliament formally convenes to vote for European Union legislation and to adopt its position concerning political questions. The plenary sessions occur 12 times per year in Strasbourg, and there are 6 "mini-sessions" in Brussells.
    • 30 april 2015

      the Netherlands National Holiday

    • The 30th of April is celebrated as Queen's birthday, Ire Beatrix, who has reigned over the Netherlands since 1980; this date, however, does not match up with her actual birthday. The Queen was actually born on 31 January, 1938, but that was during the heart of winter and was therefore too cold for outdoor celebrations. The national holiday of the Netherlands has remained the 30th of April, the previous Queen's birthday, Queen Juliana, who died in 2004.