Our 5 tips for when you arrive in Strasbourg to study
Voted one of the top 10 student cities for several years running, Strasbourg is the perfect place to study and enjoy some free time. If you’re new to Strasbourg, check out Nemea's advice.
The Carte Culture for leisure activities at low prices
Benefit from preferential rates with the Carte Culture, just for students. With the cinema, theatre, opera, museums and more included, holders of the Carte Culture can discover a wide range of cultural activities throughout Alsace! At just 7 euros to buy, it will pay for itself pretty quickly.
Places to go out in Strasbourg
If you fancy a drink or an evening out with friends, Strasbourg is the ideal city. Discover a whole host of places to go in the city centre, relax and have a drink on a bar terrace in Place Gallia or put on your dancing shoes and head to Rafiot, the bar-club barge.
Where to eat in Strasbourg?
Fancy sharing a meal with your new classmates? That’s good. Strasbourg has so many great restaurants that are accessible on a student budget. Le Flam's, le Brasseur, le Pied de Mamouth... all serve delicious food at great prices.
Taking public transport in Strasbourg
Strasbourg is served by buses and several tram lines. The whole city is easily accessible using this network. Get a monthly or annual subscription or a rechargeable card, pick the option that suits you depending on how much you travel.
Furnished student accommodation in Strasbourg
With the Nemea student residences in Strasbourg, you’ll be ideally located near public transport in furnished accommodation that’s lovely to live in.