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  • Outdoor Activities

    »Air Aile Sports Aériens

    Air Aile Sports Aériens (Air Wing Aerial Sports) offers parasailing instruction for beginners and experts. Here, Icarus's dream is only a lesson away! The school stays open all year round (or at least when the weather cooperates), but be sure to make an appointment.

    9, Quai Finkwiller
    Strasbourg, 67000

    »L' Eau Vive

    To keep yourself in shape or get yourself in shape 'l'Eau Vive' offers cardiovascular exercise, aerobics, aquacise, stretching, step aerobics or gymnastics. To work up a sweat by dancing they offer courses in hip hop, funk, or musical gymnastics. Finally, to be fit enough to do all these activities you can use the body building room. After all that effort you can relax in the sauna in peace and quiet. Numerous subscription schemes are offered: One month costs 485F (EUR 74,04), 3 months costs 1190F (EUR 181,68), 6 months costs 2100F (EUR 320,61), and finally to join for a year costs 3450F (EUR 526,72). It is worth noting that students under the age of 26 get a 20% discount on joining, with the exception of the month subscription.

    29, rue du Vieux-Marché-aux-Vins
    Strasbourg, 67000

    »Laser Quest

    Visitors to Laser Quest play a futuristic variety of paintball in which lasers replace the paint. You get less dirty and have just as much fun! Wargames are held in a 500-square-meter labyrinth of tunnels, obstacles, and ramps. Complete darkness--except for the lasers' light--and techno music complete the atmosphere. Prices: 40F-50F (EUR 6.09-7.62)/20 min; Tuesday evenings, groups of 15+ 50F (EUR 7.62)/30 min

    8, rue Lafayette
    Strasbourg, 67100

    »Roc en Stock

    At Roc en Stock (Rock in Stock), climbers will appreciate the 1000 square metres and eleven-metre maximal height of the walls available, as well as 160 paths classified as difficulty 3c-8c. Beginners and expert climbers rock it in complete safety here, supervised by professionals. Prices: 42F-60F (EUR 6.40-9.15)/day

    25d, rue du Maréchal-Lefebvre
    Strasbourg, 67100

    »Mini-ferme du zoo de l'Orangerie

    This mini-farm is a real delight for the youngsters because besides enabling them to have a physical and olfactory contact with the animals, it also gives them the opportunity to feed the animals themselves and ask the guides a thousand and one questions about the lives of some of the animals that the younger children, for example, are not in the habit of seeing very often. Besides being able to observe at close quarters, without any fear of danger, animals such as pigs, geese, monkeys and so on, for the modest sum of 3F (EUR 0.45) your children will be able to feed them. The farm is situated in the ideal setting of the Parc de l'Orangerie and when you leave you will be able to spot here and there some of the animals observed earlier during your visit, but this time in their natural surroundings! Enjoy your visit! Children (over 4 yrs) : 5F (EUR 0.76) Adults :10F (EUR 1.52). Call for open hours.

    Parc de l'Orangerie
    Strasbourg, 67000

    »Auto-Ecole

    This little roundabout, situated in the enchanting setting of the Parc de l'Orangerie is a real pleasure to look at and it's name is well suited! It is made up of "antique" cars, all linked up to one another, that travel round a decor worthy of "Snow White", letting the child believe - although depending on his age he may no longer be taken in- that it is he who is driving! This roundabout is a permanent fixture but only functions when the good weather arrives. Admission: 6F (EUR 0.91) a ride, possibility of reduction for a set number of tickets.

    Parc de l'Orangerie
    Strasbourg, 67000

    »Piste de skate-board, roller et VTT

    A Skate-Board track is to be found on the perimeter of the Parc de l'Orangerie for everyone's pleasure and particularly those who practise the sport. It consists of bumps and dips that have been covered in tarmac and is a real pleasure to perform on! If you're a roller-skater or a mountain biking fan, go and take a look too because the track will be an ideal place for you. It is also very well adapted for acrobatics and is well maintained. And all this in very pleasant surroundings. Admission free.

    Parc de l'Orangerie
    Strasbourg, 67000

    »Squash et Badminton des Halles

    Looking for a place to smash some balls and whack some birdies? Squash et Badminton des Halles (Les Halles Squash and Badminton) features several courts for each sport, as well as a dance studio and a bar for relaxing after the match. Prices: 30 minutes of squash or 45 minutes of badminton 30F-40F (EUR 4.58-6.11) per person, reduced rate 24F-32F (EUR 3.66-4.88)

    Centre Commercial de la Place des Halles
    Strasbourg, 67000

    »La Chouette

    This little shop on the corner of the street offers a wide choice of books on childhood and books for children, such as the traditional fairy stories that we all grew up with, but that's not all! You will also find books on Alsace and its legends that will both surprise parents and fascinate children. The prices are not out-of-bounds, quite the contrary, and even if you don't intend buying, come and take a look at the shop all the same, if only to admire the section of books for children on Alsace.

    4, rue des Frères
    Strasbourg, 67000

    »Racing Club de Strasbourg

    The blue and gold of the Racing Club de Strasbourg football club play their home matches at the 31,000-seat La Meinau stadium. French first-division champions in 1979 (and runners-up in 1935), twice second-division champions, two-time French Cup winners and 1997 League Cup champions, Strasbourg have recently fallen on harder times, narrowly escaping relegation to the second division more than once in recent years. Things are looking up in the new millennium, though, as a bevy of young talent coalesces around veterans like Teddy Bertin. For the spectator, a top-notch football experience is guaranteed.

    12, Rue Extenwoerth
    Strasbourg, 67100

    »Club d'orientation de Strasbourg

    If the idea of reading a map brings on panic attacks, and a compass makes about as much sense as nuclear physics, then the Orientation Club of Strasbourg may be able to help you. Wouldn't it be a shame to be in such a beautiful region and not to able to take advantage of it? Come and take part in these orientation courses, from eight years and up, if you don't want to get lost anymore when you go for a walk. The courses take place in the Bas-Rhin forests normally on Sunday morning. The training for the walking courses takes place on Tuesdays and Thursdays, usually at the 'Château de Pourtales' (Robertsau). Telephone or look at the web site to get the timetables and the precise locations, as they can change! To your compasses! A one year pass, including all the necessary insurance, costs 300F (EUR 45,80).

    5, rue du Faucon
    Strasbourg, 67200

    »Piscine de la Kibitzenau

    Just next door to the La Meinau stadium, Kibitzenau swimming pool is open the year round. Even when the pool is covered, folks come to suntan on the lawn; those interested in more ambitious pursuits will note that the pool is official Olympic size. Wheelchair access available. Prices: entry 18F (EUR 2.74), reduced rate 9F (EUR 1.37)

    1a, rue de la Kibitzenau
    Strasbourg, 67000
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