Car parking in Strasbourg is part of the City's "sustainable mobility" policy.
The policy has several aims:
- Enhancing the quality of life of inhabitants and visitors
- Improving the City's attractiveness and accessibility by offering convenient parking facilities for visitors and customers
- Reducing all-day home-to-work parking by encouraging the use of alternative modes of transport, which are more environmentally friendly.
City-centre parking is highly regulated and cars are not allowed to park for more than a certain period of time. Parking facilities include:
- 14,300 roadside metered parking spaces
- 481 "blue zone" places
- 10,000 spaces in public car parks
- More than 4000 Park-and-Ride places (parking + Tram and/or Bus)
The city has 3 parking charge zones:
- The Red zone in the immediate city centre: very short-term parking (maxium 2 hours) - €2,10 / hour
- The Orange zone around the city centre: short-term parking (maximum 2 hours) - €1,70 / hour
- The Green zone in the outer parts of the inner-city: medium-term parking (up to 3 hours) - €0,50 / hour or €1 / 3 hours
You can find a zone map on our French website: www.strasbourg.eu/vie-quotidienne/stationnement/stationnement-payant
Please note : roadside parking is more expensive than in a car park (within the same zone). Park-and-ride is cheaper than parking in a car park. The prices in car-parks also depends on the zone they are in:
- P+R ("Parkings relais")
- Centre Historique - Petite France
- Étoile P2 (Cinema UGC)
- Sainte-Aurélie Gare (train station)
- Wodli Gare (train station)
- Les Halles P1, P2, P3
- Nouvel Hôpital Civil
- Étoile P1 (shopping centre)
- Kléber - Homme de Fer
- Opéra - Broglie
- Train station (Gare courte durée)
- City administration (Centre administratif) at Parc de l'Etoile
- If you're coming as a family for a half day trip, the best solution is a Park-and-Ride. You can get a group ticket that covers parking charges and a return trip by bus and/or Tram for both driver and passengers (maximum 7 people)
- If you want to visit the "historic centre" or go to the modern art museum, then the Petite-France car park is a good solution
- If you're taking the train and you need to leave the car for a few days, the Ste Aurélie or Wodli is ideal.
- If you're coming in from the south, the St Nicolas car park is just 5 min away from the city centre.
- Late parking is possible in most car parks (20:00 - 2:00 and/or 2:00-7:00 for €2 each)
- To find out how many spaces are available, in real-time, as well as the traffic situation, go to strasmap.eu
If you're moving or have special business needs, for example, then you can buy an all-day ticket, which allows you to park for €7 in all the parking zones within the city of Strasbourg, without putting money in the meter and without any special conditions or administrative procedures.
You can apply for an all-day ticket through the Gestion des abonnements et des résidents (Management of subscribers and residents) Department at the Administrative Centre (Level 0 of the Centre Administratif, 1 parc de l'Étoile 67000 Strasbourg). Opening times: Monday to Friday 8:30 to 12:30 and from 13:30 to 16:30.
Go to the website of car parks managed by PARCUS