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Lieu d’Europe and the European Quarter

Lieu d’Europe and the European Quarter

Découvrez les événements d'été du Lieu d'Europe, qui a pour vocation de faire connaître l'Europe aux citoyens.

Housed in a Strasbourg villa dating back to the 18th century, Lieu d’Europe's mission is to educate citizens about Europe. As such, it displays a permanent exhibition relating the closely intertwined histories of Strasbourg and Europe and is home to a resource center run by the Information Center on European Institutions. The site also hosts a wide range of activities and exhibitions to discover the cultural diversity of European countries in a fun way.


Tours organised by Lieu d’Europe allow you to discover the European district and see its different institutions — the Council of Europe, the European Court of Human Rights, the European Parliament, the Arte European television station etc. — to learn more about the history and role of these institutions.

Gustav Klimt exhibition

Don't miss this opportunity to visit the documentary exhibition of Austrian artist Gustav Klimt on display from June 22nd to August 31st. An iconic figure of an era and a leading member of the Art Nouveau movement, the artist left his mark on Vienna and continues to captivate to this day.

Treasure hunt

Young adventurers can participate in a treasure hunt around the European institutions: look for clues and decipher the secret code to get to the treasure! Tuesday through Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm (hunt carried out independently).

And all summer long, books in French, English and German are available in the beach chairs at the Lieu d'Europe park so you and your children can share a story!

Complete program available at lieudeurope.strasbourg.eu.