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Cathedrale Notre Dame de Strasbourg

1 rue Rohan, 67060, Strasbourg, France
+33 3 88 21 43 34
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This huge cathedral, Strasbourg's most famous landmark, is an intimidating example of 13th-century Gothic architecture.
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  • Very good24%
  • Average3%
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1 rue Rohan, 67060, Strasbourg, France
Mairie Sud
+33 3 88 21 43 34
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Reviewed yesterday

The sheer enormity boggles the mind, especially when you take into account how long ago it was built, and that it took them over 400 years to build it. The craftsmanship also defies simple explanation, and I don't have a Thesaurus handy. If you are...More

Thank SarahSoda
Reviewed yesterday

For many years, this was one of the tallest structures in Europe, if not the world, and it still impresses today. The inside is free to view, with splendid stained glass windows and an amazing astronomical clock. For a small fee you can climb to...More

Thank FirstMagistrand
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

You have to go! It's free to see inside so don't let anyone tell you otherwise. We have had breakfast, lunch and desert here and at all times have been amazed at the sheer beauty.

Thank Arthur L
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Every day at noon you can see a film about the amazing astronomical clock. Just after the film you can see the works in action. Very interesting and worth 3€ and a brief queue. We also climbed the spire for good views of the city,...More

Thank lissa74
Reviewed 3 days ago

Goethe had it right. The last time I visited this spectacular marvel was over 25 years ago. And the towering wedding cake spire influenced my career and thinking in realizing that truly great things often are built over many lifetime's. The thoughts and plans we...More

Thank brandarchitect
Reviewed 3 days ago

Made several visits to this cathedral; one to tour the outside; one to see the nighttime light show; one to tour the inside, and then, since it was time for Mass, I stayed for that. It was a great experience. Like may of the cathedrals...More

Thank DBM58
Reviewed 4 days ago

Avoid Strasbourg. Very unfriendly, crowded, even dangerous. Don't go. The Alsace region is much too nice to have your visit ruined by setting foot in this place.

Thank srtidd
Reviewed 4 days ago

Very interesting visit, you can climb to the top (330 footsteps) the entrance is on the right side when you look at the cathedral. Don't forget to go inside, you can see the astronomical clock still working !!

Thank kevin7664
Reviewed 6 days ago

This building is fascinating. The inside was beautiful. This is where the (indoors) astronomical clock is. There were lots of people waiting to see it function, so it was a bit crowded.

Thank kwebster2
Reviewed 6 days ago

If you only have time to visit a landmark in Strasbourg, it has to be this one. The entrance is for free, and both the exterior and the inside of the building are impressive enough to enjoy a detailed visit. If you are not scared...More

Thank Paco F
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Christy S
2 July 2016|
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Most of what you will see is inside and a small part is outside with cover for rain and wind. I've not been in December, but my son was and said it's the perfect time to go.
Nicole P
25 May 2016|
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