Walking Tours for Individuals

This section is only intended for individual visitors in Strasbourg and its region. If you are a company, a school or an association, please visit the section « Companies & Schools ».

If you want to visit the city or the region only surrounded by your loved ones and your tourist guide, these tours are made for you! The guide will transmit his passion and knowledge about this land and could show you unusual places locals don't know. 

 

You can get in touch with the guide and organise your trip from your home, without pressure or headaches! You choose the timings and the places you want to visit... and if you do not know, you can trust in your guide. Discover the suggested tours I propose to you. 

 

Below, you will find the fees for the private tours, only aimed to individuals (groups limited to 35 people). Fees for direct bookings with the guide (without intermediaries, as travel agencies, VTC, etc.) 

  1 - 2 people 3 people 4 people 5 people 6 people < 7 people
1 hour € 30 € 50
€ 60
€ 80
€ 95
€ 110
2 hours € 50
€ 65
€ 90
€ 110
€ 130
€ 150
3 hours € 60
€ 80
€ 110
€ 135
€ 165
€ 190

Half day

(4 hours)

€ 70
€ 90
€ 120
€ 150
€ 170
€ 200

Full day

(8 hours)

€ 100
€ 130
€ 170
€ 215
€ 260
€ 300

½ Extra hour

€ 5
€ 10
€ 10
€ 15
€ 20
€ 20

 1 Extra hour

€ 10
€ 20
€ 25
€ 30
€ 35
€ 40

* These rates include VAT for individual customers. 

The rates do not include

  • the admission fees in the visited museums or monuments.
  • the meal of the guide during a full day service; they must be paid by the guest or invoiced by the guide (€ 15).
  • the travel fees for the guide/group.
  • the means of transport for the achievement of the services; transport must be supplied by the guest.

Payment Terms

The payment of services must be made in euros (€), at the latest on the day of the service:

  • in cash;
  • by bank transfer. 
  • Cheque/Check payment is not accepted.

Suggested Tours

Walking Tour in Strasbourg
Little France, Strasbourg

Old Town of Strasbourg

Discover the heritage of the medieval town of Strasbourg, inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage list. Stroll in the narrow streets and find out the magnificent Cathedral of Our Lady (Notre Dame), a jewel of the Gothic architecture, and then take a look to the half-timbered houses of the Petite France area.

Walking Tour Colmar
Little Venice, Colmar

Old Town of Colmar

Old town of the former Alsatian Federation (1354-1679),  the city of Colmar has a rich heritage that shows the richness of that period.

Discover the the imposing town houses, the half-timbered houses of the Little Venice and the birth house of Auguste Bartholdi, sculptor of Statue of Liberty.

Walking Tour of the German district
Republic Square (Kaiserplatz), Strasbourg

German district of Strasbourg

The German district of Strasbourg is the last example of German period in Western Europe. In this district you can find some nice administrative buildings, churches, schools, universities and apartment blocks with different architectural styles. All of these constructions were made under the German Empire (1871-1918).


Walking Tour of the European District
European Parliament, Strasbourg

European Quarter of Strasbourg

Strasbourg is the 2nd diplomatic city in France. It had been a "trophy city" between France and Germany for centuries, and that's why we choose the city as a capital city for the reconciliation of European countries.

Visit the European Parliament with Guide ICT Alsace (groups from 10 up to 50 people).

Tour in the Wine Route of Alsace
Rue du Général de Gaulle, Riquewihr

Alsace's Wine Route

The Alsace region has an important vineyard that stretches over 15,000 hectares and that hides the most beautiful villages of this area. Feel the medieval ambiance in the narrow streets with the traditional half-timbered houses and taste our wines, the most aromatic wines in France, thanks to our soils and climate.

Walking Tour of the Hospital with wine tasting Strasbourg
Main building of the Hospital, Strasbourg

Civil Hospital of Strasbourg

The Civil Hospital of Strasbourg stretches over 23 hectares.It is an autonomous city inside Strasbourg, with its own streets, squares, monuments and main buildings.

Among the buildings we find the cellar of the hospital that protects the oldest white wine of the world, dating back to 1472.