Hotels in Strasbourg
Travelling to Strasbourg
Driving to Strasbourg is easy, as the motorways are safe and usually flow steadily
with traffic. The surrounding countryside of Strasbourg is a must-see, and there's
much to explore. The huge N83 highway crosses the plain of Alsace and becomes,
at times, the A35 expressway, linking Strasbourg with Colmar and Mulhouse.
If you're coming by train, at least nine trains a day arrive in Strasbourg
from Paris's Gare de l'Est. From Nancy, there are 13 trains a day. It's best
to check the train schedules with rail information services before you set off.
The Strasbourg-Entzheim Airport is nine miles southwest of the city centre.
Even though it's not one of the largest airports, it does receive daily flights
from some of Europe's larger cites, such as London, Paris, Frankfurt and Rome.
Getting to and from the airport doesn't pose a problem, as there are shuttle
buses and city trams running frequently. The journey involves taking a shuttle
bus to the south side of Strasbourg, to a junction point known as Baggersee.
From there, you'll continue to the town centre via a tram line. Combined travel
time is between 35 and 40 minutes each way.
Selection of hotels in this region:
Hotel Monopole Metropole
Quality Hotel and Suites
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