COVID-19 Information

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and in order to protect the health of all, a certain number of measures are being implemented in Strasbourg. To help you plan your stay, here’s a summary of the various rules currently being enforced.

At the Christmas Market

You must wear a mask outdoors in the entire Grande Île district during the opening hours of the Christmas Market.

The health pass is required to access the markets on Place Broglie, Place Kléber and Place du Château.

Eating and drinking are allowed only in the designated food service areas. A health pass is required for entry to these areas.

You must disinfect your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub before touching items on the market stalls. Prevention measures are more important than ever: keep a safe distance, clean your hands often and cough and sneeze into your elbow.

At the Tourist Office

You must wear a mask and follow the prevention measures.

On guided tours
  • You must wear a mask (ages 11 and up).
  • The health pass is required only for tours that go indoors..

In the museums of the City of Strasbourg
  • You must wear a mask.
  • The health pass is required.
On public transport
  • You must wear a mask (ages 11 and up).
  • On board tram D, to reach Kehl (Germany), passengers ages 6 and up must wear a mask, and the health pass is required.
At bars, cafés and restaurants
  • You must wear a mask when not seated at bars, cafés and restaurants.

  • The health pass is required to eat or drink on the premises.

The health pass

Go to the French government website for more information on the rules being enforced in France and for more information about the health pass.

If you are arriving from a non-EU country, you can have your vaccination certificate converted into a French health pass. More information here.

COVID tests

Would you like to get a COVID test while you’re in Strasbourg? Several laboratories and pharmacies offer PCR and antigen tests, even on Sundays. 

Updated on the 6th of December

Informationen zu Covid-19

Im Zusammenhang mit der Covid-19-Pandemie und zum Schutz der Gesundheit aller wurden in Straßburg verschiedene Maßnahmen umgesetzt.