Campanile Strasbourg Illkirch

20 Rue de l'Ill-Geispolsheim, Geispolsheim, Alsace, 67118, France
Campanile Strasbourg Illkirch
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stuttgart-strasbourg

by rolikid

hi , i would like to pose a simple question, if someone could please answer i would be gratefull, this is very important to me: my plane arives in stuttgart and i really need to get to strasbourg by train , but i do not know exactly how and where to catch a train from. is there a train station inside the airport, or anywhere near it? And if not, how couldi get to the trainstation from the airport.
Does anybody know schedules for trains leaving stuttgart and headed for strasbourg, or maybe an internet link where i could find answers to all these questions?
thank you, and please help.

Re: stuttgart-strasbourg

by oldguy472003

The trains depart about every two hours. The S3 & S2 trains connect the airport to the main train station.

Transit map here.
http://www.vvs.de/download/71.pdf


Bahn.de provides the following example, Traveling on a Wednesday.
Stuttgart Flughafen We, 19.12.07 dep 20:18 ICE, OSB 43,20 EUR
Strasbourg We, 19.12.07 arr 23:34

Re: stuttgart-strasbourg

by lostsooner55

Which airline are you using for your flight to Stuttgart ?

Re: stuttgart-strasbourg

by GyuriFT

I know what "lostsooner55" has in his plans - it can be a very good idea, it is called "Rail & Fly". Since the price depends on the deal airline made with the rail, not much can be said in general. As an alternative, also "Baden-Würtemberg Ticket Single" could be good (or bad). We cannot say which is better because it as you may feel from Gary's question a lot depends on the airline and their deal with DB.

At least we know, there is a "Baden-Würtemberg Ticket Single" for 18 Euro (+2 Euro if from live ticket agent) and it is valid till Kehl. It is a "daypass" but it is valid on regional trains only, no long-distance train / = it is good, but no panachea/.

http://www.bahn.de/regional/view/bawue/bahnregional/freizeit/bawue_ticket.shtml

From this map:

http://www.bahn.de/regional/view/mdb/pv/planen_buchen/liniennetzkarten/2007/MDB37059-streckenkarte_bawue_100607.pdf

we can see, it is not valid further than Kehl. Same would apply for Rail&Fly Gary mention because it is valid till the last CITY (not the last point).

Hence your solution: buy either
B-W "Single" ticket (extra 2 Euro if from live agent) or the R&F.

and use till Kehl. Do not buy S-Bahn ticket: it will cost extra money but it's included in either B-W "Single" or R&F ticket. The train ticket from Kehl to Strasbourg is 3.90 Euro.

We do not know what is better, the B-W or R&F for you because R&F price depends on the deal your airline made with the railway company and B-W ticket is valid from 9:00 AM till 3:00 AM, so if your plane arrives in some ungodly hour or you want to use long-distance trains, B-W ticket is a bad idea.
Also R&F coupon has to be issued at the same time as your ticket - so if you already have the ticket, R&F is not an option.

Travel Tips for Strasbourg

La Petite France

by matcrazy1

Walk around the old town, La Petite France (Small France) district especially. The wonderful architecture of the old buildings facing the water canals!
MORE IN MY TRAVELOGUES: Architecture and Canals.

Mangez une bonne CHOUCROUTE!!...

by mignonne

Mangez une bonne CHOUCROUTE!! Not to be missed, is the Alsacian food. We have specialities of the region, for example, la choucroute, which is a dish with vegetables, sausage, pork and it goes very well with beer. Don't miss the saucisse de Strasbourg (sausage of Strasbourg), La tarte Flambée - Something like a pizza but it is much thinner and it's spreaded with cheese, bacon and onions. I love this!! Don't forget the cakes of strasbourg, and also pretzels. Yummy!! Now I understand why I put on weight eversince my arrival in France... bof...it's not serious, we only live once in our life.hehehe:-D C'est pas grave...

Pack for Mid June

by mileslunn

Keep your luggage that you don't need at your hotel as carrying around a lot will make you look like a tourist Weather is generally quite pleasant in June so in most cases dress lightly, but still bring a light jacket in case it rains.

Getting Around - On Foot!

by aliante1981

That's the easiest, cheapest and the most enjoyable way to discover Strasbourg. But only if it's not raining cats and dogs as it happened to be during part of my trip. If the weather is fine, you'll have no problems and much pleasure.

Strasbourg is compact enough even for those who do not have loads of time to spend in one city. The city centre is concentrated on a small island encircled by the River Ill. Most of the sights are concentrated on a 200 by 200
meters plot of land, and for Petite France you can take a boat excursion that originates in the same plot of land:) So walking is not difficult. Take a map, just in case :))

Besides, the town is so charming that even if you happen to lose yourselves you'll be quite glad you did!

Nice local food

by Carino about L'Alsace à Table

Our class had a room for ourself and we had the chance to try some traditional food: Sauerkraut, Meat and Saussages. And of course we had some wine with that. The meat was just great! Try also some wine.

I can't recommend "Pinot Noir", though.

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Address: 20 Rue de l'Ill-Geispolsheim, Geispolsheim, Alsace, 67118, France