Strasbourg is centrally located at the crossroads of other major European cities; only a few hours' drive or roughly less than a one-hour flight from Paris, Lyon, and neighboring Swiss and German cities (2 hours drive from Frankfurt). Strasbourg is easily accessible either using motorways, planes or trains.
The French motorway network: westbound and northbound, the A4, A34, A31 and A32 motorways give easy access to Strasbourg from Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels, Luxembourg, and Bonn via Metz and Sarrebrück. Southwards, the axis Strasbourg-Mulhouse, and the A36 intersection of the A6 motorway of Beaune open routes heading to Italy and Spain. The German free motorway: it gives access to Hamburg, Frankfurt, Basel, Geneva and Milan; it is less than 15 minutes from Strasbourg via Kehl.
The Strasbourg public transport network is composed of 23 bus lines and 4 tram lines giving access to the whole of Strasbourg area.
The "Relais-Tram" parking lots provides you with the possibility of parking your car next to a tram station and gives access to the city centre within a few minutes, without being bothered by heavy traffic and scarce parking spaces.
Strasbourg, one of the major railway stations in France, is connected by direct links to numerous cities of France (Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Nice, Montpellier, Nîmes, Lille; connections to/from Bordeaux, Nantes and Toulouse are available in summer).
Strasbourg is also situated at the crossroads of big international routes and also benefits from quality links with numerous European cities (Brussels, Luxemburg, Basel, Bern, Zürich, Stuttgart, Munich, Saarbrücken, Salzburg, Vienna, Milan, Rome, etc.).