Motorhome rental in STRASBOURG



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    N ° 1 in the rental of motorhomes and campervans in France since 1979, Avis Car-Away offers a wide range of motorhomes that you can come and discover in our agency in Souffelweyersheim, at the north of Strasbourg.

    Capital of the Alsace-Champagne-Ardenne-Lorraine region, Strasbourg is also the capital of the bicycle! So don't forget to take your bikes aboard your motorhome to explore it on 2 wheels. You can easily rent them on site if necessary. Indeed, to discover the city, we strongly advise you to get on a bike because the city is really made for cyclists, a real way of life from 7 to 77 years old. The many cycle paths allow you to go everywhere. Especially in the incredibly charming district of La Petite France. A former district of millers, tanners and fishermen, on the banks of the Ill, you will discover the typical half-timbered houses decorated with geraniums. It feels like a movie set! At the crossroads of the 5 arms of the Ill, the district is delimited by the covered bridge and 3 high guard towers, vestiges of the medieval wall. A real journey through time that you can also take in small electric boats.

    Strasbourg Cathedral is also a must visit. A majestic Gothic masterpiece in pink sandstone from the Vosges, the view from the top of the platform at an altitude of 66 meters is breathtaking. A 360 ° panorama over the whole city and its surroundings. Also not to be missed, the astronomical clock which every day at 12:30 pm offers you a magical spectacle when you know that the precision mechanism driving its various automata dates from 1574! A real mathematical feat.

    The historic center of Strasbourg is magnificent, still dotted with its half-timbered buildings and numerous restaurants (Winstubs) where you can taste local specialties such as sauerkraut, tarte flambée, kougelhopf, bredles, Baeckeoffe (3 marinated meats) , spätzle (Alsatian pasta), lewerknepfle (liver quenelles) ...

    If you want to bring back traditional Alsatian pottery to cook these famous dishes at home, go to Soufflenheim or Betschdorf where the pottery craftsmanship is renowned. The 21,000 hectare Haguenau forest is the largest in Alsace and the 6th largest in France. About 40 km from Strasbourg, go deep into the Hanau country and the hilly landscapes, very pleasant in a motorhome, and discover the village of Uttwiller where the famous Bretzel was born.

    Drive south to discover Colmar, its charming multicolored half-timbered houses, canals and typical alleys, including the district of Krutenau nicknamed Little Venice. Once again the warm Winstub will welcome you for sweet, friendly evenings.

    You have understood that in Alsace you will take a trip back in time and your motorhome will take you from plains to valleys.