Transport: When moving to Strasbourg

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There is a variety of means of transportation you can use in Strasbourg: bikes, public transportation, car-pooling, etc. If you are coming from further off, Strasbourg is very well-served by trains and airplanes.

Are you from further afield? The city of Strasbourg is perfectly served by train and air transport. Ideally located in the heart of Europe, it is easily accessible by all means of transport.

Access plan :

Stralang Institute is 250 meters away from the Strasbourg University campus, right next to the residence halls and about 10 minutes away from the Council of Europe, the European Parliament and the European Court for Human Rights. A tramway line F (Tram station Place d’Islande) and a bus line n° 2 (Bus station Place d’Islande) are leading to the Institute.

How can you get to Stralang?

– From Entzheim Airport :

Take the shuttle train (TER) to Strasbourg Station.

– From Strasbourg train Station :

a)​ Take the bus n°2, direction Pont du Rhin and get off at bus stop Place d’Islande. Stralang institute is just on your right.

b) For a connection, take tram line C, direction Neuhof R. Reuss. Get off at Observatoire tram stop, then take the tram line F direction Place d’Islande. Stralang is just in front of you.

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Air travel: The Entzheim international airport is located 20 minutes from the city center. Different airline companies ensure transport service to all European capitals.  Strasbourg international airport is included in the transports’ network due to the amount of passengers (more than 1.5 million each year).

Train : SNCF train station is situated in the city center. The train service covers all of France and beyond. It takes only 1 hour 50 minutes by TGV to travel from Strasbourg to Paris.

Bike: There are many bicycle paths which allow you to move easily in the city traffic. It is also easy to rent a bike on the spot.

Boat: You can admire the historical and architectural heritage of Strasbourg by taking a boat ride through the city.

Tramway & Bus:

The tram and bus networks make up an important part of public transportation in Strasbourg.

Tramway: The Strasbourg Transport Company has today 6 tram lines. These 6 tram lines (A/B/C/D/E/F) serve 65 stops from 4:30 am till 00:30 midnight, Monday through Sunday.

Bus: 30 city lines are served by 283 buses and 11 inter-city lines are circulated by 57 buses.

The tram line F (Terminus Place d’Islande) and the bus line No. 2 (Place d’Islande) have stops just in front of the Institute.

For more information, please visit the CTS website

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