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  Cheap bus tickets to Strasbourg


  • Lucerne
    Strasbourg
      10:55
      17:00
    3 Mar
    Marino AutolineeMarino Autolinee
    from £1.56
  • Chalon-sur-Saône
    Strasbourg
      10:55
      21:15
    7 Mar
    FlixBus
    from £1.72
  • Lyon
    Strasbourg
      15:20
      08:40
    12 Mar
    +1
    FlixBus
    from £1.72
  • Grenoble
    Strasbourg
      21:35
      09:30
    13 Mar
    +1
    FlixBus
    from £1.72
  • Marseille
    Strasbourg
      07:40
      21:15
    15 Mar
    FlixBus
    from £1.72
  • Chasseneuil-du-Poitou
    Strasbourg
      17:10
      04:55
    21 Mar
    +1
    FlixBus
    from £1.72
  • Orleans
    Strasbourg
      10:15
      22:15
    23 Mar
    FlixBus
    from £1.72
  • Nantes
    Strasbourg
      09:10
      22:15
    29 Mar
    FlixBus
    from £1.72
  • Turin
    Strasbourg
      05:35
      17:00
    24 Feb
    Marino AutolineeMarino Autolinee
    from £3.38
  • Lörrach
    Strasbourg
      07:20
      12:30
    25 Feb
    FlixBus
    from £5.20

  Cheap train tickets to Strasbourg


  • Kehl
    Strasbourg
      06:54
      07:00
    24 Feb
    Deutsche BahnDeutsche Bahn
    from £3.74
  • Colmar
    Strasbourg
      17:07
      17:39
    2 Mar
    SNCFSNCF
    from £4.35
  • Freiburg
    Strasbourg
      20:13
      22:42
    25 Feb
    RegioJetRegioJet
    from £4.92
2066 Bus connections
4 bus stations
27 coach operators
£1.56 cheapest ride

Strasbourg is a city located on the Rhine in between France and Germany and thus known to unite different cultural influences which creates a unique and exciting atmosphere. The capital of the French Alsace region is also home to the European Parliament and therefore known as the secret capital of Europe. Famous for its cultural wealth, Strasbourg offers numerous points of interest. You should take a stroll over the Place Kléber or through the department Petite France in order to get a first impression of the city, whose historic city centre was classified a world heritage site by UNESCO. If you like visiting art galleries, then Strasbourg is the right place for you: the Musée des arts décoratifs, the Musée d'art moderne et contemporain and the Musée des beaux-arts are only three of the city’s numerous museums. Also take a closer look at Strasbourg Cathedral: the gothic building stands in contrast to Strasbourg’s modern architecture as most famously represented by the European Court of Human Rights. The French region of Alsace is known for its culinary highlights including tarte flambée and choucroute. To go along with your meal, you should order local wine, such as Gewurztraminer, or regional beer specialties. Should you be in Strasbourg for the festive season, then a trip to the Christmas Market is highly recommended. Not only is it the largest Christmas Market in France, but it is also widely regarded as the most beautiful one.

Should you fancy a trip to Strasbourg now, then going by bus is the perfect option: a wide array of coach companies including DeinBus.de, Eurolines Germany, IC Bus and FlixBus offers inexpensive bus trips to and from Strasbourg. They stop at one of three bus stations: Strasbourg Central Bus Station, Strasbourg Place de l’Étoile and Strasbourg Place de la Gare. Since all of them are conveniently located in the city centre, your sightseeing tour can start without any delays.

Strasbourg Facts
France
274,845
Euro

All intercity coach stations in Strasbourg

  Stations
Carrefour de l'Europe , 67800 Strasbourg (France)
Boulevard de Metz 3, 67000 Strasbourg (France)
Place de la Gare 20, 67000 Strasbourg (France)
Place de l'Étoile , 67000 Strasbourg (France)


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Travel Info: Visit Strasbourg

Transport
Public transport in Strasbourg
One-way local bus ticket£1.48
Monthly Pass£42.08
People use bus or tram25 %
Use a taxi or car
Short-distance taxi£2.35
Middle-distance taxi£2.35
Long-distance taxi£2.35
Gasoline£1.10
Eat and Drink
In a restaurant or café
Inexpensive meal£9.78
3 course menu£21.74
Small cappuccino£2.14
A big draught beer£4.35
Buy from a supermarket, cook yourself
Vegetarian meal£2.14
Meal with meat£4.30
Bottle of water£0.57
Bottle of wine (mid level)£5.65

Bus timetable Strasbourg: Overview of the most popular connections

Here’s an overview of the most popular connections to and from Strasbourg. Simply click on the connection of your choice and you’ll find all the details about your bus route!

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Several cities near Strasbourg are also connected to the national or international bus network. If you want your search to include the surrounding bus stations such as those in Karlsruhe, Pforzheim or Villingen-Schwenningen, simply increase the search radius, and you will find bus and train routes in the area. You will also find bus routes connecting Strasbourg to local public transport systems or intercity bus stations in Colmar, Offenburg, Baden-Baden and many more. Where timetables are available, we will also consider other options in the local transport network.
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