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An exceptional address

For quality markets and events

All The Broglies’ editions take place in the exceptional setting of Strasbourg’s Place Broglie. This historic square lies between Place Kléber and the Neustadt, the imposing German Quarter, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A tribute to François Marie de Broglie, Marshal of France and former Governor of Strasbourg, Place Broglie is lined with trees and remarkable buildings: the Hôtel de Ville, a superb 18ème century building, the Opéra National du Rhin with its neo-classical peristyle, two sumptuous Haussmann-style buildings housing a bank and the famous Café Broglie. 

Just a stone’s throw from Place Broglie, the elegant lacework of Strasbourg’s Cathedral stands guard over the half-timbered houses of the Carré d’Or, a showcase of Alsatian gastronomy and fine boutiques that cultivate a village spirit in the heart of the city. On Place du Château, at the very foot of the Cathedral, three museums: Œuvre-Notre-Dame, the Musée des Beaux-Arts and the Cabinet des Estampes et des Dessins complete this tour of local heritage. 

With its two UNESCO World Heritage sites (the historic center of the Grande Île and the Neustadt), Strasbourg now holds the coveted “Ville d’Art et d’Histoire” label. 

For further information, visit the Strasbourg Museums website.


By train

Strasbourg station is just a stone’s throw from the city center! The Place Broglie is about a 15-minute walk away, so take a stroll through the historic center!

Or take the Tram C in front of the station, direction Neuhof Rodolphe Reuss, and get off at Place Broglie.

For more information, visit the CTS website.

Are you feeling adventurous?

Rent a Vél’Hop (the City of Strasbourg’s bicycle rental service) in the station basement and discover one of France’s most bike-friendly cities!

For more information, visit the Vél’hop website.

By car

Strasbourg’s city center is pedestrian-only, but there are numerous parking lots on the outskirts of the city center, and each parking lot is served by the tram-bus network. You can park your vehicle for the day and benefit from a return streetcar and/or bus ticket for all passengers.

For more information, visit the CTS website.

The Opéra – Broglie parking lot, next door to Les BROGLIES, has 447 spaces open at weekends! For more information and to see the number of spaces available in real time, visit the Parcus website.

Eating out

A must-see square in Strasbourg’s city center, Place Broglie is surrounded by great places to eat. Starting with the Café Broglie, a true Strasbourg institution offering a breathtaking view of our markets.

There are numerous restaurants, brasseries and Winstub nearby, where you can enjoy a traditional tarte flambée or other delicious Alsatian specialties. 

To find out more about Strasbourg’s finest restaurants, contact the Tourist Office: 

Strasbourg and Region Tourist Office
+33 (0)3 88 52 28 28