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If you plan to come and live in Strasbourg, you will then officially become a resident of Bas-Rhin. You will soon discover the many assets that make this city such a pleasant destination. Whether you are looking for a holiday rental in Strasbourg, a bed and breakfast in Strasbourg, a furnished rental in Strasbourg, a private home or a shared flat in Strasbourg, you will definitely find what you are looking for on Roomlala. Living in Strasbourg also means enjoying the rich local traditions and customs of the Grand Est. But the greatest strength of Strasbourg, is by far its inhabitants: 277 270 people have chosen to live in Strasbourg. If you're new to Strasbourg, you won't hesitate to meet them! In Strasbourg, you can find a room to rent in a property thats shared or furnished on the street that suits you best, such as Quai Saint-Thomas, Rue de la 1ère Armée, place Broglie. If you don't live there, you can take a look around, and visit the local shops or simply take a stroll. Would you prefer to live in a family neighbourhood, a lively neighbourhood, the historic and cultural centre or close to many shops? Take the time to learn about neighbourhoods in Strasbourg. You will then know where you'd prefer to rent your potential accommodation. Maybe Antigone, La Paillade, Figuerolles, Boutonnet, Prés d'Arènes? If you don't have a driving lisence or don't want to invest in a car, you can travel by bus in Strasbourg. Many stations are located there: Les Halles Sébastopol, Schiltigheim Campus, République amongst them. The bus is not the only means of public transportation! In Strasbourg, use the tramway to get around and use Baggersee, Rotonde, Ducs d'Alsace. If you need to travel regularly outside of Strasbourg, you can take the train at Strasbourg-Ville, la gare de Strasbourg-Roethig station. Need to get to the airport to catch a plane? You can easily travel for your holidays, trips and business trips from l'aéroport de Strasbourg-Entzheim. Are you a music fan, and like musicals and concerts? Renting accommodation in Strasbourg offers the possibility to come and applaud many artists in several concert halls such as the La Laiterie, le Palais de la Musique et des Congrès (PMC), Zénith de Strasbourg. There are often various concerts which can be very unifying, Strasbourg music festivals like Les Nuits Electroniques de l’Ososphère, Décibulles, Festival International de Colmar will make you love living there. If you are just moving into your accommodation in Strasbourg, go to local sporting events to meet new people. Don't hesitate to ask about the games and sporting gatherings taking place by Stade de la Meinau, Complexe sportif de la Rotonde, Stade du Bruckhof. Amongst the various sports events in Strasbourg there's events like Ekiden de Strasbourg, Run&Dance, La Strasbourgeoise. Living in Strasbourg is good, being able to grow there is even better. For your rainy Sundays, go and visit the Strasbourg museums, including the le Musée des Beaux-Arts de Strasbourg, le Musée d'art moderne et contemporain de Strasbourg, le Musée Alsacien. On sunny days, go out for a walk in the different squares in Strasbourg. Accompanied, take the opportunity to chat. Alone, catch up on your reading: bring a good book and escape to the square. The best way to discover a city is to get lost. If you live in Strasbourg, you should definitely make a small detour by Petite France, la Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Strasbourg, le Palais Rohan, la Place Kléber, le Barrage Vauban. Very important: Strasbourg also attracts students for the various courses and training offered in its schools and universities such as l'Université de Strasbourg, Ecole Nationale d'Administration (ENA), l'Institut national des sciences appliquées de Strasbourg / INSA. Roomlala offers student accommodation for renting a room with a local resident, a furnished apartment or living in a shared apartment, for 9 months (student lease) as well as for one year.