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Train/Bus from Stuttgart to Strasbourg

by rAliisa


I'm travelling from Helsinki to Strasbourg in January 2008 (I'm going to go there to study for spring semester). I have planned to fly from Helsinki to Stuttgart on 14th January. I have found the trains that go between Stuttgart and Strasbourg. But those are quite expensive for me. Now I wonder if there are some cheaper ways to get to Strasbourg? Are there any busses going between towns and where I could find that information? I would be very happy if someone could help me :)

And if anyone would have some ideas how I could get an appartment from Strasbourg, I would be even more pleased!

Re: Train/Bus from Stuttgart to Strasbourg

by K_V_B

Generally speaking bus services in Germany are only there for local transport. There is no long distance bus network like in some other European countries.
Strasbourg being in France however there might be a Eurolines bus. I doubt it will be anywhere near as convenient as the train.

If you're also returning via Stuttgart it might be a good idea to investigate return train tickets, which when booked in advance can be quite cheap. See www.bahn.de. Return tickets on the TGV (takes about 1h20min) cost 39,- when booked in advance.

Re: Train/Bus from Stuttgart to Strasbourg

by lostsooner55

As KVB has told you, there are very few long distance bus routes in Germany. The only way I could see you making bus connections between Stuttgart and Strasbourg would possibly find airport shuttle busses that travel between the small airports used by RyanAir, and others. I can't see where there would be anyway to coordinate connections between those busses,if they are available. You would not likely save any money, and would spend a very long time travelling. If you don't wish to take the train, my only other suggestion would be to look at the sites for the European discount air carriers and see if they have flights from their Stuttgart "hub" airport to a "hub" airport near Strasbourg. You will have additional costs associated with these flights as you would have to pay for shuttle bus fare, both from Stuttgart to the airport, and from the airport to Strasbourg. If your flight from Helsinki is on one of these discount carriers, you more than likely are not landing in Stuttgart. If you see "Baden Air Park on your ticket, you definitely are not flying into Stuttgart. Gary

Re: Train/Bus from Stuttgart to Strasbourg

by fabrice

You can buy a baden-württemberg train pass ; it is valid 1 day , it costs 17 euros ; you can travel everywhere in the region , but not on fast trains ; you can reach strasbourg if you change train in karlsruhe , then in offenburg or appenweier

Travel Tips for Strasbourg


by eden_teuling

Go to the Old Town area and have a guided tour there on foot......so very enjoyable.......

Brush up your French!!!

But.....don't fear: the guides master several languages..........

The Merry-go-round........

Place de la Republique

by steventilly

What self-respecting French city would be without a Place de la Republique. The one in Strasbourg is surrounded by buildings that hark back to the times of German rule. Such buildings would not look out of place in Berlin or Vienna, and most impressive is the Palais du Rhin, which now houses the University Library.

In the centre of the square, in the gardens, is a monument to the war dead, and it depicts a mother with two dead sons. One died fighting for France, the other for Germany. Whether such things happened, I do not know, but it's a poignant reminder of the tragedy of war.

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by Sjalen

We were lucky with the weather but I have been told by colleagues working in the Parliament that it can rain a lot. Supposedly because of the city's position in the flat Rhine valley, squeezed in between the mountain ranges of Vosges and the Black Forest.

Tram system of Strasbourg

by amcfar8862

The tram system in Strasbourg is excellent. There are trams running in all directions at about 2 minute intervals. They are clean and punctual. Disable access is catered for, and each stop is announced on the tram. Stations are fairly close together. A day ticket for the system is about £4.20. There is also a riverboat system, which I did not get the opportunity to ride on.


by blagarrett99

The best place to find good breakfast is a bakery. We found this outside of Strasbourg in a small town called Bensheim. They are the center of any communty, these bakeries. Follow your nose or the local people early in the morning. Fresh bread, heavenly croissants-buttery or filled with marzipan or chocolate, even a meat and cheese baquette. A cafe 'o latte will get you started for the day. We had a baguette with chesse and meat but the marzipan filled croissant was so perfect! Lite and buttery! The cafe latte was hot and flavorful (and I am not a fan of coffe) Steamed milk really makes it perfect.


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