European Strasbourg, a fun and lively trip

 
At the Festival of Europe, the City of Strasbourg unveiled a walking tour of 15 stops, which sheds light on how Europe wrote itself into the landscape of Strasbourg over the centuries. The tour comes with an audio-guide that can be listened to in French, German or English.

The audio-guide will lead you, preferably on foot or bicycle, through Strasbourg from Place Kléber to the European Quarter. At each of the 15 stops, a recording of 3 or 4 minutes, specifically created for this tour, will provide explanations, commentaries and anecdotes on the European dimension of Strasbourg.

To start, we suggest you download the course map here in pdf format: Strasbourg l'Europeenne.pdf - PDF (2.87 Mo)

Then access the commentaries by one of two ways:

> By telephone: call 01 72 93 95 05, choose your language (1=French, 2=English, 3=German), then enter the code 135 000 (only for the first call). The communication will be included in the package, there is no surcharge. Follow the itinerary as you wish, at your own pace, in the order that suits you by calling the number of the step which interests you. Or let yourself be guided...

> By download: download the cicuit in mp3 format on your player or mobile phone, if it has an mp3 player. Then, following the course at your leisure, listen to each chapter corresponding to the place where you are.

on the website "Zevisit.com"
Enjoy your visit!
 
 
 
 

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    • 24 october 2017

      United Nations Day

    • The UN Day commemorates the anniversary of the United Nations Charter, which started being applicable in October 24 1945. The ratification of this document by most of the signatory members, included those of the UN Security Council, constitutes the "birth certificate" of the United Nations.

    • 28 october 2017

      Czech Republic National Day

    • On their National Day, Czechs commemorate the independence of the Czechoslovak Republic vis-à-vis the Empire of Austria-Hungary obtained in 1918. Czechs and Slovaks created together Czechoslovakia, becoming independent on 28 October 1918. Then, during World War II, the country was under German domnation. In 1948, a Communist putsch led the country into isolation for 40 years before returning to democracy in 1989, during the "velvet revolution."
      On 1 January 1993, the Czech Republic split from Slovakia to create two independent states: the Czech Republic and Slovakia.