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Palácio Rohan (Palais Rohan)
Palácio Rohan (Palais Rohan)

Palácio Rohan (Palais Rohan)

Meio-dia - 18h, todos os dias, exceto terça-feira
2 Place du Château, Strasbourg, Alsace

Informações Práticas

O Palais Rohan está localizado ao sul da Catedral de Notre Dame, no centro histórico de Estrasburgo, e está aberto do meio-dia às 18h todos os dias, exceto às terças-feiras. A entrada de adultos custa € 6,50 para cada museu, enquanto os bilhetes combinados estão disponíveis por € 8.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Palais Rohan is an ideal spot for history and art lovers.
  • Each museum has an entrance fee; purchase a discounted pass that allows entry into many of the city’s cultural institutions.
  • Wheelchairs, folding stools, canes are available for loan.
  • Accessibility ramps are available.
  • Blind and visually impaired visitors may use an audio-guided tactile course.
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How to Get There

Palais Rohan is located on Place du Château, just south of the Cathedral of Notre Dame in Strasbourg’s historic center, Grande Île. Walk to the palace or take either bus #14 or #24 to the Ancienne Douane stop or tram A or D to the Langstross - Grand Rue stop. Parking is difficult to find in this part of town.

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When to Get There

Museums are open from morning to evening, every day except Tuesday. Strasbourg is a magical place to visit any time of year. The peak season is June through August, when the city hosts a number of events outdoors including the music festival and the film festival, and during the Christmas holiday when the city is festooned in lights and decorations and people from all over visit the Christmas market.

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Wildcard

Grande Île Encircled by the River Ill and the Canal du Faux Rempart, the Grande Île is the UNESCO–listed historic center of Strasbourg and home to the the Cathedral but also the majority of the city’s top attractions such as Palais Rohan (Rohan Palace), which has the Archaeological Museum, the Museum of Decorative Arts, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the picturesque La Petite France.

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