The Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport is accessible directly by the TGV high speed train, 4 times a day in 2 hours and 20 minutes. This facilitates your arrival to Strasbourg from anywhere in the world.
Transportation: going to Strasbourg and moving around Strasbourg
Planes, trains, tram, bus, bicycle, Strasbourg offers you a variety of commuting solutions.
The Alliance Francaise Strasbourg Europe is located very close to Strasbourg’s railway station within 5 minutes walking distance from the picturesque “Petite France”.
The Alliance Francaise Strasbourg Europe is located near the train station in central Strasbourg and 5 minutes walk from the picturesque district of Petite France. The Strasbourg Eurométropole, ideally situated in the heart of Europe, is well served by rail and air.
On arrival at the Strasbourg Station, from the railway station:
- Turn right into “Rue de la Petite Course”,
- Go straight ahead and then turn left into “rue Sainte Marguerite”.
- Our school is located at number 8; seven minutes walk from the station.
Travelling to the Alliance Française by plane
The International Basel-Mulhouse Airport is easily accessible by public transport by a regular shuttle bus to the St. Louis station, then by train, which will get you to the main train station.
There is a Lufthansa Airport shuttle bus service “Strasbourg-International Airport Frankfurt” in both directions. All passengers have access to it, regardless of their final destination and the airline company with which they are traveling from Frankfurt. Please note that all Lufthansa Airport Bus Shuttles going to Strasbourg now depart from THE SQUARE WEST, near the mainline station (exit by REWE). The arrival location in Strasbourg is close to the Central Station (Boulevard de Metz) and therefore close to the Alliance Française Strasbourg Europe.
The Strasbourg Entzheim International Airport is located within 15 minutes from Strasbourg. To facilitate access, a TER shuttle train connects the airport to the Strasbourg train station in less than 10 min. Different airline companies ensure transport service to all European capitals.
To come to the Alliance Française Strasbourg Europe, take the TER shuttle train to the Gare de Strasbourg. From the Central Station Square, turn to the right into “rue de la Petite Course”, go straight ahead and then turn left into “rue Sainte Marguerite”. Our school is located at number 8; seven minutes walk from the station.
Coming to the Alliance Française by train
From the Strasbourg Train Station
The Strasbourg SNCF central train station is located in the city centre and very close to the Alliance Francaise. Trains serve stations all over France and internationally.
From the Central Station Square, turn to the right into “rue de la Petite Course”, go straight ahead and then turn left into “rue Sainte Marguerite”. Our school is located at number 8, seven minutes’ walk from the station.
Learn more: www.voyages-sncf.com
Coming to the Alliance Française by car
Strasbourg is served by the major public roads including the highways A35, E25, A4 and National road 4.
Upon arrival in Strasbourg, use Strasbourg exit “Porte Blanche” and follow the direction of the Parking “Petite France Sainte Marguerite”.
You will then take the exit on the side of “Musée d’Art Moderne” and continue on opposite side to the “rue Sainte Marguerite”. Our school is located at number 8.
Moving around town
Strasbourg Eurometropolis is a city that is ideally served by public transportation with its 6 tram lines (A, B, C, D, E, F) and its 69 stations, complemented by 30 bus lines.
But what also makes the Strasbourg strength is its 560 km of cycle routes, the largest cycle trail network in France. For sport, leisure, work, going to school or shopping: in Strasbourg, the city lives bicycles.
You can rent a bike from Vélhop, the bike sharing service throughout the Strasbourg urban community.
You can also discover the architectural richness of Strasbourg across water, on the Ill, heart- of-Europe city, declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO: discover the famous historic centre and European site “la Petite France”.
More : www.batorama.fr
Travelling in Alsace
If you want to get out of town and discover the Alsace Region, you can do this easily by public transportation by rail or road network. But what is most fascinating is to discover Alsace by bike with its 2500 km cycle routes and greenways. Big and small routes inter-relate in Alsace for the enjoyment of all.
More on this : http://www.alsaceavelo.fr