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Access, parking, moving: useful instructions
Getting to Strasbourg
By train : Strasbourg’s train station is one of the largest in France and is approximately a 15 minutes walk from and to the city center.
The station is served by many french and european lines and by the city’s tramway network, which will take you to the Christmas Markets in no time.
Infos : www.oui.sncf.com
By car, you can reach the city center using the highway A35 from Mulhouse/Basel, the highway A4 from Paris/Metz, the German highway A5 Basel/Francfort or by using the state road N83.
You can also reach Strasbourg by air from Strasbourg-Entzheim International Airport, which is 10km from the city center (highway A35, exit 8). It is served up to 4 times per hour by a shuttle train which connects the airport to Strasbourg’s train station in 9 minutes.
International Airport at +33 (0)3 88 64 67 67 or strasbourg.aeroport.fr
With Relais-Tram, you can park in one of the ten car parks and hop on a nearby tram to the city center. The ten parks are ideally distributed around the city on all the lines of the public transport network. You can park for the day for 4.20 euros (4.70 for the car park Rotonde).
You can park from 4:30 am to 1:30 am the next day, with an increase of 10 euros per extra day you exceed the time. The car parks are open 24/7.
With the Relais-Tram ticket, each passenger of the vehicle gets a round-trip ticket usable an hour after validation, with ou without transfer.
Read more on Relais-Tram tickets on the CTS website.
In 2019, Street parking in the city centre was prohibited.
Only authorised residents may park in the city centre. The Kléber, Gutenberg, Tanneurs and Broglie multi-storey car parks are open to subscribers of parking passes only.
For your information: Car traffic in 2019
It was only allowed to drive in the city centre outside the opening hours of the Christmas Market, from 8 pm (9 pm on Fridays and 10 pm on Saturdays) to 11 am.
Traffic was totally prohibited on the city center from 11 am to 8 pm (9 pm on Fridays and 10 pm on Saturdays). During the opening hours of the Christmas Market, only authorised persons (emergency vehicles, residents with stickers, etc.) may drive into the centre.