Strasbourg is the seat of several European institutions, including the European Parliament. Its historic centre is a World Heritage site.
The well-preserved centre is worth visiting, while the area around the Cathedral and Maison Kammerzell attracts a large number of visitors every day. In the southern part of the city, you will find Petit France, one of the most charming places in Strasbourg. It is a small village with picturesque streets, canals and half-timbered houses. The most popular city museums are Palais Rohan, Alsatian Museum and Historical Museum.
The public transportation in Strasbourg includes six tram lines and a bus network. Trams run until 00:30, while the bus service finishes at 23:00. The tram is the most efficient mode of public transportation in Strasbourg, with a network that covers the whole city. However, bikes are the most popular transportation option in Strasbourg, with more than 400 km of cycle tracks available.
If you are in a hurry and wish to avoid the crowds, you can use a Strasbourg taxi service. Taxis can be found in front of museums, train stations and designated ranks. Car rental in Strasbourg is ideal for exploring the area and for day trips to Baden-Baden, Offenburg, Colmar and Saarbrucken.
There is no official bus station in Strasbourg. Eurolines offers bus services to several international and domestic destinations like Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Zurich and Munich.
Strasbourg is the home to the second largest train station in France. Gare Strasbourg handles domestic train connections and international railway routes to the neighbouring countries. TVG trains depart Strasbourg train station and reach Paris in only 2 hours and 20 minutes.
Strasbourg International Airport (SXB) handles domestic and international flights to several European destinations. It is situated around 10km away from the city centre.
A shuttle train departs from the Entzheim-Aéroport train station and runs to the city centre. You can access the station via a pedestrian footbridge. The travel time is around 7 minutes, and the trains depart four times per hour.
Airport taxis are available at marked ranks in front of Arrivals. They are convenient for transfers outside the public transport's working hours. The Strasbourg airport taxis charge by the meter.
If you are on an early flight, we recommend booking a private Strasbourg airport transfer with us. Our all-inclusive service will ensure a fast and comfortable transfer to any destination. We provide door-to-door transfers from Strasbourg Airport to Strasbourg, Colmar, Baden, Munster, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, etc. Our fleet includes a wide range of unmarked vehicles, from standard cars to buses. The price for a private Strasbourg airport transfer of up three passengers starts at 45 EUR.
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