Adrien LEVY

Come and discover Strasbourg and its surroundings  in a simple, fun manner and a joyous, relaxed atmosphere with many stories about the visited places!

Zones d'intervention


  • Strasbourg:
    • The Alsatian museum, the archaeological one, the ones archaeological, of Fine Arts and of decorative arts at the Rohan Palace, the historical museum and the one of Oeuvre Notre-Dame
    • The districts of Grande Île and Petite France (central islands and historic center of Strasbourg), Neustadt (district, among others an university one, built under the German occupation following the Franco-Prussian war of 1870-1871) and Robertsau (district of the Parc de l'Orangerie and the European institutions)
    • Cathedral of Our Lady of Strasbourg
  • Colmar: the district of Little Venice and the Unterlinden museum
  • Alsatian Wine Route: the picturesque villages of Ribeauvillé, Hunawihr, Riquewihr, Kaysersberg, Eguisheim etc.
  • Haut-Koenigsbourg castle

Freiburg im Breisgau and Black Forest

Non-exhaustive list. So don't hesitate to suggest other places, museums and/or sites of interests!


After having lived in multiple countries (Australia, Argentina, French Polynesia and Germany) and a globetrotting life studying (Master in Management of Sustainable Tourism) and working (package operator in an incoming travel agency in Buenos Aires, service representative in destination for a tour-operator etc...) in tourism, I decided to settle down in Strasbourg.

So let me show you the exceptional Franco-Germanic landscapes and heritage (vernacular, gastronomic, wine-growing, historical, geographical, etc.) of Alsace and the Black Forest which prompted me to choose this territory among so many others!


  • Wines and beers of Alsace and Black Forest (Wine & Spirit Education Trust diploma level 2 in wines and level 1 in spirits)
  • Strasbourg and its unusual anecdotes
  • Strasbourg and its European institutions
  • Strasbourg and its religious communities
  • Strasbourg in ancient times and in the Middle Ages
  • Strasbourg during the Renaissance
  • Strasbourg under the German occupations

Non-exhaustive list. So don't hesitate to suggest other topics!


Being self-employed, the rate of my services are without tax.

In order to maintain the quality of the tours provided, groups are of a maximum of 20 people. Beyond that, one or more other guides is strongly recommended.

Only guiding is included in the price, other services such as transport, entry to museums and / or sites of interest, rental of audiophones (for example, when visiting the Cathedral of Our Lady of Strasbourg) is extra.


Rates depending on the duration of the service:

  • 1 hour: 100 €
  • 2 hours: 125 €
  • 3 hours: 150 €
  • Half-day (approx. 4 hours): 175 €
  • Full-day (8 hours approx.): 285 €
  • Extra hour: 20 €


Additional costs:

  • Cost of transport to be added if the tour starts or ends outside Strasbourg :
    • less than 15 km: 0 €
    • from 15 to 30 km: 10 €
    • from 30 to 50 km: 15 €
    • from 50 to 75 km: 20 €
    • from 75 to 100km: 30 €
  • The website reservation fees amounting to 18 € to be added to the price of the guiding