Very large room of 21m², fully furnished. It has a double bed (140x190) accompanied by a bedside table with lamp and a large mirror at the head of the bed. A work area is included, composed of a desk with chair and lamp. The room also has storage space: a wardrobe with hanging space and a shelf. The room also has a sitting area with a sofa and coffee table, but its main feature is its access to the balcony.
Located in the Esplanade district, this 104m² flat is ideally situated a few steps from the University of Strasbourg and close to all amenities. The flat is on the 5th floor of a secure building with a caretaker and a lift. The flat has 4 rooms, a kitchen, a bathroom and a separate toilet. All rooms are fully equipped and furnished. Each room is eligible for APL according to the CAF conditions.
The Esplanade is the student and residential district of the city. Lined with tall buildings, it is a particularly lively neighbourhood appreciated for its dynamism. Small, inexpensive restaurants and affordable cafés are the order of the day. In this neighbourhood that thinks about its students, its inhabitants and their way of life. Markets grow here and there and the grass of the faculty is a perfect spot to rest after the meal. What’s to see in this quarter: Citadelle Park, the Manufacture des Tabacs (former tobacco factory), the School of Decorative Arts, the Botanical Garden and the Faculty of Law. Nearest useful addresses: Pharmacy: 12 rue de Londres - Bakery: 5 rue de Londres - Supermarket: 8 rue de Leicester
Découvrez la ville de Strasbourg
Strasbourg, capital of the Alsace-Lorraine region, is also one of the capitals of the European Union, hosting the Council of Europe, the European Parliament and the Human Rights Council. Located near the German border, the culture and architecture combine German and French influences. The city offers many places to see and visit. Once past the covered bridges, you will enter Little France, the picturesque district of the big island. In contrast, the Neustadt, the German or imperial district, was meant to be a showcase for the German Empire and therefore offers large spaces such as the Place de la République. Among the monuments to see, the gothic cathedral Notre Dame de Strasbourg is one, where a panoramic view awaits you on its terraces. You can also visit the museum of Modern Art, the historical museum of Strasbourg or the cellar of the civil hospices. For the gourmets, Strasbourg offers in each of these districts many food shops where all the tastes will be satisfied and where you can let yourself be tempted by the Alsatian specialities. On the walking side, the city offers many green spaces: the botanical garden, the park of the orangery or the old port docks ideal for strolling or picnicking during the summer. Strasbourg has an important catalog of things to do and see, moreover you can choose to make this stroll by boat or by bike, because the French “amsterdam” offers 560km of cycle tracks.