Getting around in Strasbourg

Tramway, bus, cycling, walking: Strasbourg is developing modes of transport other than cars, to make the city more pleasant for everyone.


“Crit’Air”, the required certificate…

Differentiated traffic has been in effect in Strasbourg since the end of 2017. It applies to all 33 villages and towns of the Eurometropolis. On days when there are peaks of pollution (taking certain conditions into account), only vehicles displaying “Crit’Air” certificates 1, 2 or 3 are allowed to circulate. Remember to get this certificate before you arrive.

Plus d’informations sur les épisodes de pollution et le certificat Crit’Air

Inscription à l’alerte pic de pollution

Pour obtenir son certificat qualité de l’air (vignette Crit’Air)


Due to the health situation, the visitor centre of the Strasbourg Tourist Office is closed until further notice.
All tourism activities are suspended.
However, you can still reach our staff by email: [email protected] from Monday to Friday.

Strasbourg, Capital of Christmas
Due to worsening health conditions, the  chalets of the Christmas markets will not take place in the city this year.
The magic and spirit of Christmas will still reign supreme with illuminations and our great Christmas Tree.
More information coming soon…

In Strasbourg, you must wear a face covering throughtout the city, even outside.