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European Parliament, Strasbourg

The European Parliament is the only directly-elected body of the European Union and the 736 members are elected every 5 years by voters right across the 27 member states of the European Union. 

Guided visits are possible to the Parliament, usually lasting between 1 and a half and two hours. The visit comprises a guided tour of the European Parliament, including the Chamber, followed by a video screening and overview presentation by a member of staff on the role and work carried out by the Parliament. Contact us for information.

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Council of Europe

Since it's foundation in 1949, the primary aim of the Council of Europe has been to bring together and promote the values of the democracies of Europe. The Palais de l'Europe is the headquarters of the Council and the flags of every member state are lined up in front of it's distinctive building. The Council works to promote democracy, human rights and the rule of law throughout the whole continent, as well as develop read more ...

European Court of Human Rights

The European Court of Human Rights is the international court originally set up in 1959. It rules on individual or State applications alleging violation of the civil and political rights set out in the European Convention on Human Rights. In almost fifty years the Court has delivered more than 10,000 judgments. These are binding upon the countries concerned and have led governments to alter their legislation and administrative practic read more ...

European Parliament

The European Parliament is the only directly-elected body of the European Union and the 736 members are elected every 5 years by voters right across the 27 member states of the European Union.  Guided visits are possible to the Parliament, usually lasting between 1 and a half and two hours. The visit comprises a guided tour of the European Parliament, including the Chamber, followed by a video screening and overview presentation by a read more ...

Struthof Concentration Camp

Visits can be arranged to the site of the former Natzweiler-Struthof camp, a place of history and remembrance. The tour of the site is self-guided. However, it is advisable to start with the European Centre in order to have an overview of the Resistance movements and deportation in Europe before seeing the particular case of the Natzweiler camp. Please contact FHT for coach hire prices if required.

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