How to access the IRCAD
Strasbourg is located at the crossroad 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 travelling either by car, plane or train.
The German charge-free motorway: it gives access to Hamburg, Frankfurt, Basel, Geneva and Milan; it is less than 15 minutes away from Strasbourg via Kehl.
Strasbourg’s public transport network is made up of 36 bus lines and 7 tram lines allowing to commute within the Strasbourg area.
The “Relais-Tram” Park and Ride parking lots give you the possibility of parking your car near a tram station and are only a few minutes away from the city center. No need to worry about heavy traffic or scarce parking spaces when using those parking lots.
CTS (Strasbourg Transportation Company)
Ph: 33 (0)3 88 77 70 70
• The Strasbourg-Entzheim international airport is located 10 km away from the Strasbourg city center (15 minutes away).
Possibility to get to Strasbourg airport via Amsterdam or Bruxelles.
• Frankfurt international airport is located 220 kilometers away from Strasbourg. To get to Strasbourg, you may want to fly to Frankfurt with Lufthansa. It would then take roughly 2 hours for the Lufthansa shuttle bus to take you to Strasbourg.