Residhome Residence Kleber

16 Rue Hannong, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France
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Driving from Strasbourg to Amiens

by dezdez

I'll be in Strasbourg around mid-may and will be hiring a car to get around the country-side.

I was wondering how long it will take to drive to Amiens and what the average toll price is (I understand there'll be a few along the way).

Any help/advice would be appreciated.

Re: Driving from Strasbourg to Amiens

by ATLC has all the detailed maps for your trip. Or any other route you would like to take.
Personally I prefer the old version of their website:

In this case: 522 kms (of which 511 on motorway), 35.40 EUR toll.

Re: Driving from Strasbourg to Amiens


Glad to be of help, Barbara. I dislike the new Viamichelin website too. The maps are so covered with other popups and information that I don't need.

Re: Driving from Strasbourg to Amiens

by dezdez

ATLC - thank you very much. I was not aware of that website and it's going to be EXTREMELY useful.

Re: Driving from Strasbourg to Amiens


You're welcome :-)

Re: Driving from Strasbourg to Amiens

by YOWFamily

Google the Michelin Trip Planner...extremely accurate, will provide tolls, will tell you about up to date construction and any known speed traps! Email me at if you have trouble finding it.

Re: Driving from Strasbourg to Amiens


YOWFamily, we've already given dezdez the Michelin Routeplanner link. See the previous posts above.
I'll give it again: or

Travel Tips for Strasbourg

La Petit France

by yooperprof

Strasbourg is a city where many of the medieval streets have been painstakingly restored. One of the most interesting neighborhoods is Petit France, at the southern tip of the island on which most of Strasbourg is located. The half-timbered buildings give the city a decidely Germanic feeling.

see the 'Petite France'...

by steventilly

see the 'Petite France' area.

Bizzarely, this part of Strasbourg got it's name from an STD, which at the time was known as 'The French Disease'. It's the largest concentration of pretty, half-timbered, colourful buildings in Strasbourg, and also straddles the arms of the canals that reach from Vaubins Dam. This gives it a very distinct character.

There are more shots of Petite France in the following items.

ChristkindelsmÀrik in Place Broglie 4


However, though a great many booth offer drink and food, many other sell non-edible items. Enlarge the photos and you will see hundreds, no sorry, thousands of small figures and animals designed for the crib! The crowd was not only in the alleys of the market but also on the shelves!

Strasbourg -- Capital of Europe

by DrewV

Off the beaten path, explore the more modern parts of the city, where French architecture reigns. Like this random building, for example. I have no idea which building this is, or what French or European agency it houses, but it's nice, n'est-ce pas?

I find it odd that Strasbourg is one of the ninety-eight or so European capitals, since it's really only the capital of Alsace, but who am I to question the ways of the EU?

By the way, what's up with Europe's Constitution? Such a mess! This is why I'm forever glad that America's founding fathers had the wisdom not to let special interests run the show in Philadelphia. But that's just my opinion...

strasbourg has an...

by fabrice

strasbourg has an international airport:entzheim;but there is another very important airport at 100 kms:mulhouse/basel/freiburg-im-breisgau,which works for these 3 cities on the border france-germany-switzerland.A lot of trains also to france and germany

for a low cost airfaire : airport of baden-baden-karlsruhe , there is a shuttle (16 euros) from strasbourg to baden-baden airport

there is also a lufthansa shuttle from strasbourg to frankfurt airport(55 euros one way)


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Address: 16 Rue Hannong, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67000, France