Selestat / Surroundings

It used to be an imperial city, being a Carolingian stronghold. Selestat has always been the border city between the Upper Alsace and the Lower Alsace.

Attractions in Strasbourg

Cabinet of Prints and Drawings

Cabinet of Prints and Drawings displays a collection of approximately 220 000 drawings and prints belonging to Pollaiuolo, Mantegna, Dürer, Baldung-Grien.



Keysersberg is situated in the Weiss Valley, and it is the birth place of Albert Schweitzer, his house becoming, over the years, a museum.


Saint Thomas Church

Saint Thomas Church is the main Protestant church in Strasbourg, also known as the Old Lady of Strasbourg.