Below are all flights to Strasbourg (SXB), in France. We compare cheap one-way and round trip flights to all French destinations including Strasbourg airport from airlines including Air France (AF), KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL), Air New Zealand (NZ). Discount return air fares to Strasbourg start at $2135.09 from KLM Royal Dutch Airlines (KL) to $6277.19 from Air New Zealand (NZ). Airfares may include deals for non-stop or multi-legged economy, business and first class tickets to Strasbourg,France (FR).
|Flying With||Departing||Returning||Class||Prices From (AUD)|
|KLM Royal Dutch Airlines||17 June 2013||19 July 2013||Economy||$2,129.78|
|KLM Royal Dutch Airlines||30 June 2013||31 July 2013||Economy||$2,135.09|
|Air France||14 August 2013||03 September 2013||Economy||$2,148.34|
|Air France||03 September 2013||04 October 2013||Economy||$2,215.27|
|KLM Royal Dutch Airlines||21 September 2013||09 October 2013||Economy||$2,366.45|
|Air France||01 August 2013||18 August 2013||Economy||$2,556.30|
|Air France||01 August 2013||31 August 2013||Economy||$2,802.88|
|Air France||21 September 2013||21 October 2013||Business||$5,620.03|
|Air New Zealand||02 December 2013||31 December 2013||Economy||$6,277.19|
Have a glass of Vin Chaud in StrasbourgStrasbourg is a unique European city noted fo r its international, historic, and cultural importance. As the capital of the Alsace region, and one of France's largest cities, it is important in national French politics, but it is also home to the Council of Europe. The governmental significance of the city is undeniable, but Strasbourg also offers its visitors plenty of charm.
The city centre, the Grande Ile, was the first to be designated as a World Heritage Site. The Cathedrale Notre Dame, on the Grande Ile, is the greatest architectural gem in the city. Just south of the Grande Ile is Petite France. This hamlet is home to quaint streets lined with half timbered townhouses and cobblestone streets.
The city hosts many Christmas markets during the holiday season, but the best are at place Broglie and place de la Cathedrale. In these bustling markets a visitor will find hot wine and wonderfully warm Christmas cookies.
For any Aussie travelers, it may be easiest to board a flight from Australia to Paris and then take the two-hour train ride to Strasbourg. The trains come fairly often and are not too expensive. It is easiest to find cheap flights to and from major cities, like Sydney and Paris, but it may also be possible to fly into Nice. Also, because Strasbourg is so close to the German border, a visit could be planned while touring Germany.
Stasbourg is a generally safe city that offers a lot in the way of culture and history to its visitors. It is certainly worth a visit, if only for some wine and a cookie.