Getting to Strasbourg

 

By road

 
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To the west and to the north, the A4, A34, A31 and A32 freeways allow easy access to Strasbourg from Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels, Luxembourg and Bonn via Metz and Sarrebruck. To the south, the Strasbourg-Mulhouse axis, and the A36 intersection of the A6 freeway of Beaune open up routes in the direction of Italy and Spain.
 
 

By train

 
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Strasbourg, one of the most important railway stations in France, is connected by direct links to numerous French cities. Strasbourg is also situated at the intersection of several international axes and benefits from connections with numerous European cities.
 
 

By airplane

 
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The International Strasbourg-Entzheim airport is situated 10 km from Strasbourg's city center by freeway. The German cities of Offenburg, Lahr, Baden-Baden and Karlsruhe are also within easy reach, taking between 45 minutes and 1.5 hours to get to by freeway.

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    • 5 september 2017

      International Day of Charity

    • The United Nations calls on its member states, specialized agencies, and other international and regional organizations, and civil society as well, to be part of the International Day of Charity, and to encourage charity by raising awareness through educational activities.
    • 10 september 2017

      World First Aid Day

    • Since 2000, a growing number of national offices of the Red Cross and Red Crescent take part every second Saturday of September in the World First Aid Day celebrations.