To the Strasbourg Convention Exhibition Centre (Palais de la Musique et des Congrès):
- Paris - CDG Airport : http://parisaeroport.fr 2h00 away by TGV (6 times per day see below)
- Frankfurt – FRA Airport; The Lufthansa Express Bus connects Frankfurt Airport and Strasbourg generally six times per day in around 2h30. The bus stops at Terminal 1 of Frankfurt Airport while it stops in Strasbourg at both the train station and the Hilton Hotel. 49 Euros one-way or 98 Euros round trip. Follow the signs to Hilton and Fernbahnhof (train station), turn left towards REWE once you get to the Fernbahnhof. The Hilton will be to your right.
- Strasbourg-Entzheim International Airport: http://strasbourg.aeroport.fr
- 15 minutes by car
- 10 minutes by tram-train, every 15 minutes
- Baden-Airpark: www.baden-airpark.de - 45 minutes away by car
- From France
High speed Train (TGV) http://voyages-sncf.com
- Paris-Gare de l'Est: 1h50 16 times per day
- Paris - CDG Airport: 2h00 6 times per day
Exit Wacken / Institutions Européennes
Strasbourg is the intersection between two high-speed train lines (LGVs): the Rhine-Rhone LGV and the East "European" LGV. The second line means that Paris Gare de l'Est is at 1h49 from Strasbourg, Paris CDG Airport is at 1h51, Marne-la-Vallée high-speed train station is at 1h57, Massy high-speed train station is at 2h34 and Lyon is at 3h50.
If you are arriving at the Strasbourg airport a shuttle service links the station to the airport in just 9 minutes, 4 times per hour. With the new multi-transport Tram+TER (regional train service) Airport ticket you can travel between the airport and the Eurométropole (Urban Community of Strasbourg) with just one ticket for only €4.30 ! TER ticket only from the Airport to Strasbourg station: €2.60 one way
An official taxi driver will not approach you to request your business at the terminal exit and always parks in an area reserved for taxis. Official taxis have light-up signs, a license plate outside the vehicle, and a taximeter inside the vehicle.