Public transport in Strasbourg

Arriving in Strasbourg

Strasbourg has direct TGV routes to many cities in France in one of the largest railway stations in the country. It’s also one of the most-used high-speed train hubs, situated at the intersection of the Rhine Rhône and East European TGV lines. You’ll also find that it is a short ride to a handful of large European cities. Plus, when you exit the train at the Strasbourg TGV station, you’re within a short walk of the Cathedral.

If you like flying, or you are arriving in Strasbourg, the Strasbourg-Entzheim International Airport is less than 10 minutes from the city’s center. You’ll be able to get to over 200 destinations, with 17 direct flights to many major cities.

Moving around Strasbourg

When you are packing up to move to Strasbourg, keep in mind that it is a great city to explore on foot. So don’t forget your walking shoes!

Most of the transport in Strasbourg will include rail and tram lines. However, as in many European cities, people love to cycle. Plus, the city center is very pedestrian- and cycling-friendly, with over 500 km of paths for cyclists, which really cuts down on the pollution in the city. In fact, car access is even restricted directly in the city center.

Transport is managed by Compagnie des Transports Strasbourgeois, a regional transportation company. They also offer a bike-sharing system for those who commute in Strasbourg.

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