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Christmas time in Strasbourg

For the period starting on 15th December, we have put together some information for you below.

 

Christmas in Strasbourg - Revisited Advent calendars

First of all, the essential website: https://noel.strasbourg.eu/en/accueil. You will find there information on the illuminations, recipes of local specialties (mulled wine, "Bredele"), the craftsmen, creators, traders and associations which make the fame of Strasbourg Capital of Christmas.

The Strasbourg Tourist bureau offers to discover each day a tradition, a product or an emblematic place through a digital Advent calendar: https://www.noelastrasbourg.eu/

The Crous de Strasbourg offers gifts (game) on its facebook page and instagram account.

Stras'culture Live: concerts and shows live or in replay on Youtube, offered by the City of Strasbourg in support of local artists (more info on this article from the DNA).

 

Services / help

Reminder: info on all types of help (food, financial, psychological ...) and useful links can be found on this webpage.

Take-out will still be provided in certain Crous restaurants, as well as at the Stift and Fec.

 

Travel, certificates, curfew

No need for a certificate of travel during the day, but if you have to go out during the curfew which is in place from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. (with the exception of 24th December), you must complete a certificate and your exit motive should corresponds to one of the authorized reasons, cf. info on:

https://www.gouvernement.fr/en/coronavirus-covid-19

http://www.bas-rhin.gouv.fr/Actualites/Covid-19/Le-confinement-dans-le-Bas-Rhin

Free tram and bus on Sunday 20 December, cf. info from CTS.

Vélhop: student subscription for the academic year (42 €, or 10 € for scholarship holders) is still possible.

 

Health measures, gatherings

Gatherings outside are prohibited. It is recommended to avoid gathering with more than 6 adults during the holidays and to continue to practice "barrier" gestures (wearing a mask, washing hands, distancing, ventilating ...).

 

Libraries for your homework and revision

The BNU and the PEGE Library remain open (except certain days - public holidays) but accessible only by reservation via the Affluences website or application. More info here.

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All the best during this particular time, and good luck with your revision!