Getting to Strasbourg

Strasbourg enjoys excellent national and international connections, with a TGV high-speed train station in the city centre and an international airport just 9 minutes away.

A TGV (high-speed train) station in the city centre

Strasbourg has one of the largest railway stations in France and enjoys direct TGV connections to many French towns and cities.

The city is also an important high-speed train hub, lying on the intersection of the East European and Rhine Rhône TGV lines, and is a short ride away from major European cities.

Examples of travel times to Strasbourg :

  • 1 hr 20 mins from Stuttgart
  • 2 hr 05 mins from Zürich
  • 2 hr 20 mins from Paris
  • 3 hr 20 mins from Lille
  • 3 hr 40 mins from Lyon
  • 3 hr 40 mins from Munich
  • 5 hr 10 mins from Nantes
  • 5 hr 15 mins from Rennes
  • 5 hr 30 mins from Marseille
  • 5 hr 42 mins from Montpellier
  • 5 hr 55 mins from Avignon
  • 6 hr 45 mins from Bordeaux

When you get off the train in the Strasbourg TGV station, you're just a 15 min walk away from the Cathedral.

An international airport just 9 min away from the city centre

Strasbourg-Entzheim international airport is just 9 minutes from the city centre.

Connections to over 200 destinations and 17 direct flights:

  • Amsterdam
  • Barcelona
  • Bordeaux
  • Brussels
  • Casablanca
  • Djerba
  • Lille
  • Lisbon
  • Lyon
  • Madrid
  • Marseille
  • Nantes
  • Nice
  • Paris CDG
  • Paris Orly
  • Prague
  • Toulouse
  • Tunis

For more information, go to the Strasbourg airport website - http://www.strasbourg.aeroport.fr

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