Dance: Contemporary dance and jazz take place at Pôle Sud in the rue de Bourgogne
Live Music: A top venue for live performance, with cabaret, world music and blues is La Laiterie, while La Salamandre is a popular venue that hosts around 40 major concerts and shows every year. As well as major performances, theme nights are popular and range from 60s to 80s, students to salsa and rock to reggae.
Opera: The concert and opera seasons run from October until May. The largest concerts are shown at the Palais de la Musique et des Congrès,
Theatre: Theatre National de Strasbourg attracts international companies, actors and directors.
Classical Music: The Opéra National du Rhin, Théâtre Municipal has earned Strasbourg a worldwide reputation for classical, lyrical and contemporary music.
Off the Beaten Track: Don’t miss the Alsatian wine villages, including Ribeauville, Barr, Gertwiller, and Obernai. Stop at the Strasbourg Tourist Office and get a brochure with wine route maps or book a tour.
The wine cellar of Strasbourg city hospital was founded in 1395 and renovated in 1994. Today it is a specific wine museum featuring more than 40 ancient barrels, a wine dating from beginning of the 17th century and barrel from the year 1472.
The Rue du Bain aux Plantes is one of the most beautiful streets in Le Petite France. With typical half timbered houses and lots of good restaurants and hotels. The street is on the list of UNESCO World Heritages sites.