Train. We travelled from London to Strasbourg via Paris. We used Eurostar (highly recommended) to get to Paris gare de Nord, then an 'ordinary' train to get from Gare de l'Est (next door to gare de Nord - no hassle changing) to Strasbourg. This part of the journey was quite slow, 4 1/2 hours, as it's not a TGV line.
I took a train between Besancon and Strasbourg for a cheap fare.
You can walk (as i've done) or you can take the tramway very modern. They are very cool. I didnt try it but I wish I had. Here is the picture of it.
This is a fine place to walk. But if you're tired or just want to save a few minutes, then the tramway is the way to go. See the website for more details.
We wandered around by foot for about 7 hours. There is also a tram service that seems to be pretty good.
The old city centre is compact so I saw it all on foot. But Strasbourg's trams are worth a mention, as they are of this ultra-modern design. I must admit I prefer my trams to be stately and clunky!
In Strasbourg,transportation is very easy as the other cities in Europe.You can take metro or bus.You can take free maps from Tourism Bureau.
Well from Germany you can walk....hahaha...no I´m just kidding! You better take a car from all European destinations!
By bus and by foot!
I arrived by my car - parkings are well signed, I didn't have problems with parking a car.
Get a tram, they look great! Or just walk,walk,walk and enjoy.