Weather in Strasbourg. Actual conditions and forecast
Week forecast for temperature, rain and cloudiness
Map of wind conditions for Strasbourg area
Map of Strasbourg temperature forecast1. You can zoom in to Strasbourg using the '+' button, or check temperatures around the globe by the '-' button.
2. Besides this, you can grab the map by your mouse button and move it to see the temperature in other regions.
This temperature map is centered around Strasbourg. The map is real-time and interactive.
Rain forecast for Strasbourg area1. Using the control panel above this map, you can check the rain forecast for Strasbourg for any period within next 10 days.
2. Via the top control panel, you can check the following weather parameters: Temperature, Cloud cover, Precipitation, Wind and Pressure.
This precipitation forecast map is centered around Strasbourg. The map is also real-time and interactive.
Climate in France and weather forecast - best seasons for visitIf you want to visit France with the aim of sightseeing, it is best to come during the summer, late spring, or early autumn. At these times, the weather is most comfortable for long walks, and there are practically no rainy days. If you really like beach holidays, then paying a visit to the French Riviera or the Atlantic coast is best from July to September. During this period, the water temperature reaches 25 degrees Celsius. There is no autumn season on the Atlantic. However, on the Mediterranean in particularly hot years, it is during the warm autumn days that more tourists come. Exhausting heat disappears, and the water temperature remains high. Tourists usually come to France from the end of November, for the sake of winter entertainment. In the Alps, there is a full house up to the beginning of April, but on the slopes of the Pyrenees Mountains there are usually much fewer tourists. If you want to experience the most colorful Catholic holidays, it is worthwhile to visit France during the period when these holiday dates coincide. The centers of pilgrimage are La-Salett, Lisieux, and Rocamadour. … Open
Atmosphere of France: religion and languagesThe official language in France is French. This clause is even included in the Constitution of the Country. It should be noted that the Constitution also provides for the need of all officials to communicate exclusively in French. Even all commercial publications, which are published in France, must be written exclusively in French. However, non-commercial texts may well be published in any other language. Please note that the French language is native to almost 90% of the population of France. That is why there is no excessive worry about the single state language. The teaching of regional and state languages in schools is quite a controversial issue. There are many officials who are supporters of the study of regional languages and are known to be zealously fighting this cause. … Open
Sights of Strasbourg - photogallery
Strasbourg guide chapters
Cultural excursion through Strasbourg - things to see
For many years the Astronomical clock has been the symbol of Strasbourg; it is the unique landmark of the Renaissance. It was created in 1842 by the best Swiss craftsmen. The clock is located at the Strasbourg Cathedral. Movie about clock creation history is shown at the Cathedral every noon; lots of interesting stories are associated with this artifact. Built on top of ancient Roman temple, Cathedral is also one … Open
Attractions and active leisure
Strasbourg is an excellent place for family vacation, as a variety of entertainment places is represented here literally at the every step. The Botanic Garden with its impressive size and huge collection of plants is very popular among fans of walking tours. Founded back in 17th century it hosts over six hundreds of various plants and flowers. There are beautiful resting zones with benches all around the garden and a … Open
Cuisine and top restaurants
Strasbourg has over six hundreds of various dining places to offer. Every connoisseur will be able to find restaurant to meet his demands. Among restaurants specializing on the local cuisine tourists often point out La cuilliere a pot. It offers a broad selection of meals, pleasant atmosphere and affordable prices, but it's recommended to book a table in advance. If you visit La cuilliere a pot for the first time, … Open
Travel guide to Strasbourg
The Church of St. Thomas is the largest Lutheran church in the city. According to historical data, the very first Christian chapel was built there in the 6th century. The church has remained practically unchanged from that time. Its facade is a vivid example of the Romanesque style. The strict facade uncovers a very impressive interior. The church keeps many unique artifacts and works of art. A beautiful church of … Open
Advices for travellers
4. The central part of the city is almost completely closed to vehicles; a popular mode of transport is bike. The most popular bike rentals among holidaymakers are near the train station and on the rue des Bouchers. The cost of renting two-wheeler is 7 to 10 euros per day. 5. It is convenient to move around the city on buses and trams; there is single ticket for these modes of transport. It can be bought at any … Open
Strasbourg Cathedral, which is known far beyond the country, is, certainly, the main attraction of the city. This magnificent Gothic structure was built in the 7th century and for a long time this was the tallest building in Europe. Opposite to the cathedral is located another beautiful building - Rogan`s Palace, which halls hold the exhibition of the art museum. Here you can see the collection of items made by … Open