European and Alsatian capital, Strasbourg is a dynamic city with a famous historical inheritance and a site listed UNESCO World Heritage. The city has a large selection of cultural attractions with museums, theatres, opera, concert venue and many other. Strasbourg hosts numerous congresses and events every year and keeps growing as a major destination thanks to its expanding quality hotel accommodation offering.
To further improve its congress and events infrastructures, Strasbourg renovated and expanded its Palais de la Musique et des Congrès (PMC), benefiting from new modular and multifunctional spaces. Located at the center of the business district and European institutions, this venue is equipped of all the modern equipment needed to host your events. The PMC has 3 auditoriums with a seating capacity ranging from 200 to 1800 seats, 25 commission rooms with a size ranging from 20 to 500 seats, 10 000 m² of modular space for exhibitions, catering or conferences, a 2000 m² modular restauration area and a network of translation offices both mobile and stationary.
At the meeting point of 2 major high speed train routes, and with an international airport, Strasbourg’s is very easily accessible. Strasbourg’s train station is only 1 hour and 50 minutes away from Paris and 3 hours 40 from Brussels. Since the summer 2016 the number of trains departing from Strasbourg has been increased and the routes between Paris to Alsace to Germany, and from East to Atlantic have had their travel time shortened by 20 to 30 minutes. 30 minutes away from the city is also the Offenbourg train station which is a frequent route to go to the Rhine valley.
To better promote the destination and its services, the Strasbourg Convention Bureau launched a new website with a responsive design to better adapt to the traffic on smartphones and tablets. The trilingual website is now more clear and efficient than ever before.
You can consult the website using this link: http://www.mystrasbourg.com/