Aparthotel in Illkirch
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IIlkirch is a French commune located adjacent to the La Meinau district of Strasbourg, in the Alsace region of France. A stay at the Adagio access Strasbourg Illkirch offers the assurance of both comfortable accommodation and the autonomy provided by an apartment hotel, as well as the convenience of being in immediate proximity to the Alsation capital, with its leisure and entertainment facilities, its corporate and business, and the wealth of other things it has to offer.
In transport terms, the city is well served by tram services and is easily accessible by motorway, making it particularly practical to get to.
Strasbourg, a tourist destination par excellence
No matter whether your visit to Strasbourg is for leisure or business purposes, a furnished Adagio apartment offers the ideal accommodation solution. Strasbourg city centre is inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home, among other things, to the Cathedral of Our Lady of Strasbourg, the Petit France district and numerous buildings dating from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. There are, for example, various covered bridges and half-timbered houses to be found in the city. A symbol of Franco-German reconciliation, the capital of Alsace is also home to a number of major institutions, such as the Council of Europe and the European Parliament.
A pied-à-terre close to the historic centre
The Adagio access Illkirch's privileged location means you'll be able to really make the most of Strasbourg and enjoy it to the max. The city is home to numerous museums, such as the Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain de Strasbourg (MAMCS), the Musée alsacien and the Palais Rohan. As for Strasbourg's local cuisine, to enjoy it at its best head to the old town and visit the traditional Alsation restaurants there (the brasseries and winstubs), where you'll be able to savour the delights of sauerkraut, flammekueches, knacks (sausages ) and Gugelhupf, all accompanied by the famous Alsation beer. Strasbourg also regularly plays hosts to a large number of international conventions and conferences and with the city's renowned Opéra national du Rhin enjoying a stellar reputation in the world of the arts, music lovers are well catered for. Where nightlife is concerned, Strasbourg's status as a university city ensures a fun atmosphere throughout the year.