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Getting around Strasbourg

Every part of Strasbourg is accessible by foot, by tram or bus, or by bike.


With over 500 km of cycle paths, Strasbourg is a cycling city par excellence. Cyclists discover the city and the surrounding area in an unusual, original way along the canals, through parks and gardens, in the historic and pedestrian centre, etc.

What's more, the pleasure of cycling is accompanied by numerous possibilities for hiring bikes and rollerblades, and many bicycle parks are at your disposal, along with cycle path maps.


Vélhop on +33 (0)9 60 17 74 63 (in the train station)
or +33 (0)9 65 27 97 25 (in the city centre)
or +33 (0)9 62 32 06 46 (near university)
or +33 (0)9 64 01 67 00 (in Koenigshoffen district)
or +33 (0)3 88 33 68 15 (in Schiltigheim)

Bus and tramway

Bus or tramway: it's the same ticket and the same fares

Aller-Simple - One-way-ticket 1h: €1,80 (€2 for tickets sold on the bus)
24h Individuel - Unlimited journeys for one person within 24h: €4,50
24h Trio – Unlimited journeys for 2 to 3 persons within 24h: €6,90


www.cts-strasbourg.eu ou "Allô CTS" at +33 (0)3 88 77 70 70.
See the Strasbourg public transport map as PDF with the local park-and-ride system. (in French only)

Interactive map

For real-time information about traffic, parking and more, visit Strasmap. The website is optimized for tablets and smartphones.