The Eurolines office is south of the centre. Its buses also arrive and depart from here.
Eurolines buses stop on place de l'Étoile.
On the Grande Île, train tickets are available at the SNCF Boutique.
Strasbourg Navette buses link place de la Gare in Strasbourg with Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden airport (€18 to €20, one hour), across the Rhine. Check timetables online.
Six super-efficient tram lines, A through F, form the backbone of Strasbourg’s outstanding public-transport network, run by CTS. The main tram hub is Homme de Fer. Trams generally operate until 12.30am; buses – few …
Municipal city bikes.
Ryanair links London Stansted with Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden airport, across the Rhine in Germany, 58km northeast of Strasbourg.
Strasbourg’s international airport is 17km southwest of the city centre (towards Molsheim), near the village of Entzheim. The airport is served by major carriers such as Air France, KLM, Iberia and budget airline Ry…
The city’s 24-hour, self-rental Vélhop system can supply you with a bike. Pay by card and receive a code to unlock your bike. There's a refundable deposit of €150 per bike. Helmets are not available. There are 20 au…
Central bike-rental station.