Visit me in the parliament
I would be delighted to host your group at the European Parliament in Strasbourg during the plenary week. You can find the plenary weeks marked in red on the European Parliament’s session calendar.
Typically, I can accommodate groups of up to 50 people. In exceptional cases and with suitable scheduling alternatives, groups of up to 100 people may also be possible.
To register, my team requires the following information: the group size, a designated contact person with their contact details, and a timeframe for when the visit is intended to take place. The specific date will then be coordinated by my team at the constituency office, who will work with you to accommodate your preferences accordingly.
A visit arranged by my office includes the following program:
1-hour conversation with me as a Member of Parliament
1/2-hour visit to the visitor gallery of the plenary chamber
If you have specific topics you’d like to discuss, please feel free to inform my team in advance. If desired, we can also make a reservation for lunch at the European Parliament’s visitor cafeteria.
Information and advice
For a smooth visit, I ask you to arrive at the gate of the European Parliament at least 30 minutes before the visit (main entrance of the Louise Weiss building of the European Parliament – All. du Printemps, 67070 Strasbourg, France). There will be entrance checks at the Parliament, which could take longer depending on the volume of visitors. Therefore, please leave pocket knives, lighters, etc. at home or on the bus. Unlike the rest of the building, photography is not allowed in the plenary hall of the Parliament. All participants must have their identity card with them.
As a Member of Parliament, I have a limited allocation of spots for group subsidies, and these are already allocated for the year 2023. However, we can certainly add your group to our waiting list in case any spots become available due to potential cancellations.