Follow Daft Rider 67 on his tour through our beautiful Parc de Pourtalès.
How to get to the Château?
Visit us at the hotel*** Château de Pourtalès!
161, rue Mélanie
The Château de Pourtalès is situated in the Strasbourg suburb of Robertsau, which is only 6 km (1.8 miles) from the town center of Strasbourg. Due to Strasbourg's central location in Europe, located on the Rhine River, it serves as a link between France and Germany and therefore holds an important status. Strasbourg was therefore chosen as the seat of 16 European institutions, for example the European Parliament, Council of Europe and the European Court of Justice for Human Rights.
Strasbourg is an important major city in Europe, not only because of its vital position in modern Europe but also due to its unique charm which the town has attained over the years. The historical town center of Strasbourg, which stretches to the channels of the Rhine River, was declared a world cultural heritage site by UNESCO in 1988. Strasbourg is not only a town rich in culture, history and architecture but also a town which offers an exceptional quality of life. Likewise, Strasbourg sets itself apart with its car-free historic district, the friendly atmosphere of its wine taverns and its many sights and museums. The quarter "Petite France" (little France) is one of the most beautiful places in the old downtown area. Here one can find numerous shops, galleries, craftsmen and antique dealers. The narrow alleyways offer a beautiful collection of half-timbered houses with typical spacious inner courtyards and pointed rooftops.
With a boat trip on the River Ill you can get a comprehensive view of the cultural and historical highlights of Strasbourg.
No visitor to the town should miss spending a comfortable evening in one of the wine taverns, since the Alsatian gastronomy definitely has something special to offer. The region is especially well-known for sauerkraut, tarte flambee and kugelhopf (Alsatian cake). The region is also renowned for its high quality
of beer and wine.
In the south-west of Strasbourg, there is an international airport. From the Château de Pourtalès it is possible to reach the airport in about 30 minutes.
The Strasbourg train station is connected via regularly scheduled trains with Kehl train station in Germany.
You can reach Strasbourg train station from the Château de Pourtalès in 30 minutes with public transportation and 20 minutes by taxi.
The old city of Strasbourg has been appointed in 1988 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The driveway is strictly regulated. There is an exact number of assigned parking spots for buses and a waiting area.
The city of Strasbourg has produced an access plan for coach buses. These can be downloaded here.
+48° 36’ 20.70”, +7° 47’ 58.42”
Strasbourg is about 2 hours from Stuttgart, 2.5 hours from Frankfurt and 1.5 hours from Basel with the car.