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===By plane===
 
===By plane===
  
* Strasbourg has its own airport ('''Strasbourg International Airport''' (SXB) [http://www.strasbourg.aeroport.fr/]), but this is rather small and ticket prices are usually quite high. It is located south-west of the city at Entzheim, with domestic as well as international flights, mostly operated by Air France. There are several flights a day to and from Paris. A (not very frequent) train connects the airport to town center (travel time 9 min). You can buy tickets including connecting tram transport in town from the machines at the airport (€4.30, valid for 90 min). If you only need to get to the central station and can pay by card, buy your ticket on the platform (€2.60, instructions in French only).  
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Strasbourg has its own airport ('''Strasbourg International Airport''' (SXB) [http://www.strasbourg.aeroport.fr/]), but this is rather small and ticket prices are usually quite high. It is located south-west of the city at Entzheim, with domestic as well as international flights, mostly operated by Air France. There are several flights a day to and from Paris. A (not very frequent) train connects the airport to town center (travel time 9 min). You can buy tickets including connecting tram transport in town from the machines at the airport (€4.30, valid for 90 min). If you only need to get to the central station and can pay by card, buy your ticket on the platform (€2.60, instructions in French only).  
  
* Easyjet and other international carriers operate frequent flights to '''Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg Airport''' (EAP) [http://www.euroairport.com], near the Swiss border. From the airport you can take the shuttle bus to the train station of '''Saint-Louis''' (€2.50, travel time approx. 10 min), and take the local train to Strasbourg from there (€23.10, travel time approx. 1h20). Alternatively, '''Flixbus''' [https://www.flixbus.com/] offers a direct connection (€19.90, travel time approx. 1h50m), but this has to be booked in advance.
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Easyjet and other international carriers operate frequent flights to '''Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg Airport''' (EAP) [http://www.euroairport.com], near the Swiss border. From the airport you can take the shuttle bus to the train station of '''Saint-Louis''' (€2.50, travel time approx. 10 min), and take the local train to Strasbourg from there (€23.10, travel time approx. 1h20). Alternatively, '''Flixbus''' [https://www.flixbus.com/] offers a direct connection (€19.90, travel time approx. 1h50m), but this has to be booked in advance.
  
* Ryanair and other low-cost carriers fly on '''Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Airport''' (FKB) [http://www.badenairpark.de/], some 60km away in Germany.  The best way to get to Strasbourg is to take '''bus 285''' to  the railway station of '''[[Baden-Baden]]''' (€3.40, travel time approx. 25 min [http://en.kvv.de/]). From there, you can take a local train to Strasbourg, changing at '''Appenweier''' (€13.40, travel time approx. 1h05 [https://www.bahn.com/en/view/index.shtml]).
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Ryanair and other low-cost carriers fly on '''Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden Airport''' (FKB) [http://www.badenairpark.de/], some 60km away in Germany.  The best way to get to Strasbourg is to take '''bus 285''' to  the railway station of '''[[Baden-Baden]]''' (€3.40, travel time approx. 25 min [http://en.kvv.de/]). From there, you can take a local train to Strasbourg, changing at '''Appenweier''' (€13.40, travel time approx. 1h05 [https://www.bahn.com/en/view/index.shtml]).
  
* '''Frankfurt International Airport''' (FRA) [http://www.frankfurt-airport.de/] is the nearest inter-continental airport. Lufthansa [http://www.lufthansa.com/] operates a shuttle bus between Strasbourg and [[Frankfurt]]. Tickets can only be bought online at Lufthansa like any normal flight reservation: use FRA (Frankfurt Airport) and XER (Strasbourg Bus Station) as departure / arrival destination (€49, travel time approx. 2h30m). Alternatively, you can take the high-speed train connection, changing at Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof (€62, travel time approx. 2h [https://www.bahn.com/en/view/index.shtml]). By far the cheapest option however is '''Flixbus''' (€11, travel time approx. 3h10 [https://www.flixbus.com/]).
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'''Frankfurt International Airport''' (FRA) [http://www.frankfurt-airport.de/] is the nearest inter-continental airport. Lufthansa [http://www.lufthansa.com/] operates a shuttle bus between Strasbourg and [[Frankfurt]]. Tickets can only be bought online at Lufthansa like any normal flight reservation: use FRA (Frankfurt Airport) and XER (Strasbourg Bus Station) as departure / arrival destination (€49, travel time approx. 2h30m). Alternatively, you can take the high-speed train connection, changing at Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof (€62, travel time approx. 2h [https://www.bahn.com/en/view/index.shtml]). By far the cheapest option however is '''Flixbus''' (€11, travel time approx. 3h10 [https://www.flixbus.com/]).
  
 
===By car===  
 
===By car===  

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