Strasbourg

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Overview

Strasbourg, the European capital

About France


Getting there You can get to Strasbourg from Brussels, Munich and Zurich. Best price and travel duration below.

From Paris 02:17 $49
From Nice 13:48 $33
From Frankfurt 02:00 $15
From Brussels 05:01 $137
From Munich 03:42 $47
From Zurich 03:34 $15
From Paris Cdg Airport 02:27 $41
From Avignon 04:56 $50
From Lyon 03:27 $33
From Marseille 05:12 $33
From Basel 01:15 $15
From Bordeaux 06:36 $83
From Montpellier 05:48 $33
From Stuttgart 01:16 $47
From Dijon 02:03 $33
From Luxembourg 02:54 $42
From Lille 03:35 $138
From Rennes 05:32 $151
From Aix En Provence Tgv 04:57 $41
From Mannheim 01:21 $59
From Mulhouse 00:45 $24
From Karlsruhe 00:38 $31
From Tgv Haute Picardie 03:05 $174
From Chalon Sur Saone 02:42 $33
From Massy 03:02 $54
From Macon 03:09 $81
From Poitiers 04:43 $81
From Agde 10:24 $145
From Angouleme 05:33 $145
From Narbonne 10:56 $33
From St Raphael 12:48 $104
From Antibes 13:28 $83
From Cannes 13:15 $83
From Nantes 05:28 $140
From Nimes 05:21 $63
From Le Mans 03:59 $133
From St Pierre Des Corps 03:58 $83
From Valence 04:32 $86
From Marne La Vallee 02:28 $54
From Angers 04:50 $156
From Bourg En Bresse 03:36 $55
From Champagne-ardenne 01:53 $33
From Colmar 00:25 $16
From Marienthal 00:24 $15
From Obernai 00:25 $15
From Baden Baden 00:26 $37
From Offenburg 00:30 $15
From Lutzelbourg 00:29 $16
From Haguenau 00:24 $15
From Appenweier 00:23 $15
From Benfeld 00:16 $15
From Kehl 00:11 $15
From Herrlisheim 00:18 $15
From Selestat 00:18 $15
From Saverne 00:22 $15
From Hochfelden 00:20 $15
From Reding 00:37 $20
From Sarrebourg 00:40 $16
From Nancy 01:22 $26
From Metz 01:17 $42
From St Die 01:25 $23
From Besançon 01:26 $20
From Thionville 01:38 $42
From Saarbrucken 01:38 $26
From Sarreguemines 01:13 $26
From Louvigny 01:10 $24
From Wissembourg 00:52 $20
From Rouffach 00:45 $15
From Morhange 00:59 $31
From Luneville 01:04 $23
From St Louis (local) 01:07 $15
From Belfort 01:07 $15
From Brumath 00:10 $15


Getting around From Strasbourg, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Brumath 00:13 $15
To Herrlisheim 00:25 $15
To Hochfelden 00:25 $15
To Appenweier 00:26 $15
To Molsheim 00:26 $15
To Benfeld 00:27 $15
To Dorlisheim 00:29 $15
To Marienthal 00:33 $15
To Haguenau 00:39 $15
To Saverne 00:40 $15
To Obernai 00:41 $15
To Colmar 00:46 $16
To Dambach La Ville 01:03 $15
To Mulhouse 01:09 $24
To Selestat 01:13 $15
To Louvigny 01:14 $24
To Morhange 01:20 $31
To Sarreguemines 01:30 $26
To Saarbrucken 01:49 $28
To Paris 03:00 $41
To Baden Baden 03:08 $31
To Lutzelbourg 03:16 $15
To Wissembourg 03:17 $20
To Reding 03:21 $15
To Offenburg 03:26 $15
To Sarrebourg 03:27 $15
To Karlsruhe 03:29 $31
To St Louis (local) 03:33 $15
To Luneville 03:35 $21
To Basel 03:41 $15
To Besançon 03:57 $20
To Belfort 03:58 $15
To Cologne 04:15 $177
To Stuttgart 04:16 $44
To Dijon 04:21 $24
To Frankfurt 04:23 $47
To Massy 04:24 $62
To Metz 04:25 $15
To Thionville 04:32 $15
To Zurich 04:38 $15
To Chalon Sur Saone 04:41 $33
To Nancy 04:45 $26
To Mannheim 04:46 $47
To Marne La Vallee 04:51 $49
To Paris Cdg Airport 05:01 $41
To Brussels 05:01 $137
To St Die 05:03 $23
To Luxembourg 05:03 $15
To Augsburg 05:10 $135
To St Pierre Des Corps 05:15 $65
To Bourg En Bresse 05:38 $46
To Le Mans 05:42 $65
To Munich 05:44 $89
To Angouleme 05:46 $124
To Rouen 06:09 $114
To Lille 06:11 $63
To Valence 06:25 $86
To Angers 06:29 $146
To Champagne-ardenne 06:37 $33
To Rennes 06:41 $94
To Lyon 06:42 $33
To Tgv Haute Picardie 06:43 $88
To Laval 06:49 $146
To Poitiers 06:55 $78
To Nantes 07:07 $140
To Aix En Provence Tgv 07:27 $67
To Bordeaux 07:36 $83
To Avignon 11:28 $33
To Nimes 11:56 $65
To Vienna 12:11 $137
To Marseille 12:12 $33
To Montpellier 12:32 $60
To Agde 13:09 $111
To Narbonne 13:41 $117
To St Raphael 14:19 $67
To Cannes 14:44 $67
To Antibes 14:56 $116
To Cerbere 15:08 $129
To Nice 15:21 $33

While you're there

Strasbourg, the capital of Christmas

Strasbourg is the largest city of the Alsace region in France. Its old town centre known as the Grand Ile is nowadays a listed and protected UNESCO world heritage site where one can see its timber-framed houses, colourful window shutters and multi-storey steeply angled gables. Strasbourg is world known for its Christmas market, the biggest in Europe and one of the most imposing in the world. Inside the city itself, with its 12 Christmas markets spots, Strasbourg invites you to a pleasing stroll. Strasbourg is also home to the European Parliament, Council of Europe and the European Court of Human Rights.


The best time to visit Strasbourg is between mid-November and mid-January. Better ask for detailed information about the Christmas market from the Tourist office. During that period, all the magic of Strasbourg can be seen through the laughter of children running around in the middle of this excitement. It is all natural that Village carry young children and adults away into a magical and enchanting universe, through tales and shows. As you might guess, in Strasbourg, Christmas is a very big cultural treasure and diversity for all tastes and souls. Concerts, shows, activities and exhibitions are to be explored throughout the small streets of the city. Don’t miss the Big Tree which is about 30m high and the tallest natural Christmas tree in Europe.

Outside Christmas period, there is also a lot to do in Strasbourg. Visit the Alsatian museum, the Secrets du chocolat, the Kronenbourg brewery, the Petite France quarter which is a heaven of peace in the heart of the city, the Covered bridges, the Astronomical clock, and much more.

Strasbourg is known for its beer, wine, baeckeofe (a mixed meat dish with potatoes), flamenküche (a thin pie made up of oignons, cheese and lardons) and its famous choucroute (cabbage, meat, sausages and potatoes).

Head to the historical centre of Strasbourg, where you will find luxury shops and little boutiques. In le carré d’or, between Rue du dôme and Rue des Orfèvres, there are fashion stores, perfumeries and jewellers.


Office de tourisme Strasbourg
17 place de la Cathédrale, Strasbourg
Tel: + 33 (0)3 88 52 28 28

The city’s tourist office has a helpful personnel, insider information and tips as well as handy maps and brochures. The city’s tourist office also arranges tours and excursions and is a focal point for local accommodation.

Train station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Strasbourg can be found.


Strasbourg railway station(s)

Strasbourg Gare Centrale Train Station

Strasbourg Gare Centrale Train Station

Address: 20 Place de la gare 67000 Strasbourg

Opening hours: Monday to Friday: 4:45am to 12:45am
Saturday: 4:45am to 12:45am
Sunday: 5am to 12:45am
Public holidays: 5am to 12:45am

Trains operating in and from this station:
High speed trains (TGV, ICE), Regional trains (TER), Intercity night trains
Services:
SNCF rail agents, Facilities for disabled persons, Lost and found, Waiting rooms, Tourist Information Office, Toilets, Luggage storage, Wi-Fi Internet, ATM and Public Phone cabins.

Learn more

Strasbourg Roethi

Address: Impasse de Dimbsthal 67200 Strasbourg

 



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Main cities in France


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Customer reviews

  • "happy to use railway"    
    i and my mother-in-law who is 74 years old traveled from lyon to strasbourg by train and back to lyon again. it was wonderful. the only thing, maybe it is me who couldn't get it, although it was said that we could get our online tickets from the machines in the station, i couldn't make it. but thanks to person in the ticket office at gare de la part dieu, he helped a lot, thanks again to him. and also when we got to strasbourg it was late and no tourist information, the person at the ticket info at central gare de strasbourg found a map and helped us to find our hotel, thanks to him. every stuff we asked their help were very nice, system is nice, trains are comfortable. thank you very much for making our journey easy and comfortable. evrim balçık - istanbul - turkey  
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  • "Nice transportation "    
    TGV made our trip is easier and more convenience.  
  • "so-so"    
    not bad  
  • "Personal trip. "    
    Very clear bording instructions and seat allocation with prompt departure and arrival timings.  
  • "Aspects"    
    Too cold inside, not very clean in 1st class. I had problems about validating my e-tickets in train.  
  • "good and convenience"    
    very convenience and quick. very friendly staff  
  • "first class seats are better "    
    First class seats are better.. opt for that ! Online system is easy to use,pay, collect n off u go..  
  • "not so clean"    
    the cabinet is not so clean as Swiss train....  
  • "Our Epic Adventure!"    
    We traveled all the way from New Zealand, via Australia and Abu Dhabi. The train was fantastic, better than we'd expected. Surprised how fast it ran, thanks for displaying the info. What a wonderfully smooth trip. Train was clean, uncluttered, on time, and staff were very welcoming. Recommendations: 1. Create e-tickets. We had to pay many $$$'s to have the train tickets couriered to NZ. For our plane  
  • "Strasbourg - Lyon"    
    Convenient, comfortable, in time.  
  • "We love the TGV"    
    Booking on line was a breeze. As New Zealanders we do not have much experience with train travel. Travelling by TGV is not only a fantastic experience but is so easy to use. Twenty minutes prior to departure you get given a platform number. On the platform there is a digital display which shows the configuration of your train right down to the coach number which corresponds to letters marked on the platform. Easy as. Boarding is made easy by helpful TGV staff. The first class seating is excellent. What a way to travel sitting on the top level watching the French countryside at over 300 kph.  
  • "not as good as it should be"    
    Having electric sockets is good, but the lack of Wi-Fi was disappointing. Seats were okay. But it is a bit over priced  
  • "Comfortable"    
    Soon and comfortable.  
  • "service"    
    you should increase the frequency of the train especially during morning - should have train every hour in the morning. there should have machine for us to check the train schedule. pls increase the number of staff to answer and help tourists like us for enquiry and ticket arrangement. it took too long to wait the queue every time  
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