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Get out to the green at the Strasbourg Golf Club. On Route du Rhin, a 10-kilometer drive from your Campanile hotel, is the essential meeting place of enthusiasts of the little white ball. The Strasbourg Golf Club welcomes passionate and amateur golfers every week, around 27 holes representing four difficulties (from white to red). The golf course opened in 1935 (a prestigious date which makes it the oldest gold club in the region) and was extended bit by bit to cover its current surface area of 120 hectares. It is accessible to women and the elderly at specially reserved practice sessions. The Strasbourg Golf Club also wants to pass the baton to the new generation. So it has its own school that teaches children 7 years of age and older the values and techniques of golf. The courses are taught by three professionals and are adapted to the level of each student. So you can go to the Strasbourg Golf Club with your family. The staff and the terrain adapt themselves to your wishes and your needs and you can continue the experience with a well-deserved stop for something to eat at the club's restaurant. With an exacting wine list and themed parties, it's sure to end your sports day on a note that makes you want to come back.
Leaving from your Campanile hotel, go to the historic center of Strasbourg. Take time to wander through this pedestrian district around the cathedral. A masterpiece of Gothic art, Notre-Dame Cathedral is a must-see. Easily spotted because of its elegant 142-meter high spire, it houses extraordinary richness, in terms of both the ornamentation of its exterior faces and its interior. At Christmastime, a visit to the Cathedral takes on a magical touch. The Tapisseries de la Vierge are exhibited on both sides of the nave. The astronomical clock, with a mechanism that dates back to 1842, is a masterpiece in itself. In the Renaissance style, it’s the fruit of the collective labor of Swiss watchmakers, sculptures, painters and automaton developers. The central part is a circular calendar and shows the positions of the sun and the moon. On the front, a sphere indicates the position of the starts and on top, the positions of the planets and the phases of the Moon. The upper part is fitted with automatons that are set into motion every day at 12:30. Before this, you can watch the 30-min film devoted to the clock and shown every day at noon.
To reach the Palais de la Musique et des Congrès (also known as PMC) in Strasbourg, when you leave your Campanile hotel, head to the European Quarter, accessible by car or tram via two direct lines from the city center. If you're driving, you should know that the conference center has free parking for visitors. Built in 1974, the complex was fully renovated in 2016. It consists of three auditoriums with varied programming, ranging from theatre to music and including comedy shows and jazz concerts. The Erasme Room, which is the biggest, has a seating capacity of 1,876. Ideal for comedy shows and theatre, the Schweitzer Room can hold 1,182 spectators. Finally, the Cassin Room, with a capacity of 515 seats, is the most intimate. Since it opened, many artists have tread the boards of the PMC, from Ray Charles to Etienne Daho for singing and from Chevallier and Laspalès to Vincent Dedienne for comedy. Not to mention the famous operas and ballets such as the Magic Flute or The Nutcracker.
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Going to Strasbourg for a week will give you the chance to explore a large number of museums. We suggest you discover our favorites, the Palais Rohan and the Musée de l'Œuvre Notre-Dame. Nature lovers can rest in the poetic setting of the Parc de l’Orangerie or on the banks of the River Ill, ideal for relaxation. Make the most of being in Strasbourg with a trip to the beer center and visit the Kronenbourg Brewery, before exploring the surroundings and booking your room in one of our Campanile hotels in Colmar or visiting Haguenau.