With 14 railway lines and 161 stations served by the Regional Express Trains (TER), Alsace has a very dense rail network. SNCF coaches, modelled on train schedules, provide connections to towns and villages. Bicycles are allowed free of charge on trains, except between Strasbourg and Basel at peak times.
The TGV on the Basel-Mulhouse-Strasbourg route further strengthens connections throughout Alsace.
The Navette des Crêtes allows you to travel along the Route des Crêtes (Vosges Crest Road) with 7 bus connections from the Alsatian (Colmar, Munster, Bollwiller, Cernay) and Vosges (Remiremont, Epinal, Saint-Diédes-Vosges) stations and between the Lac Blanc 1200 resort and the Markstein. With family or friends, on foot or by bike, the exceptional panoramic views of the plain, the lakes and the Vosges summits are easily reached with a low price!
Tour.alsace offers to discover Alsace and its emblematic Wine Route by convertible bus. On the menu of the different tours offered from Strasbourg: discovery of typical villages that cannot be ignored, crossing the Alsatian vineyards and walking through the heart of historic centres. All along the route, the comfortable bus offers its passengers a panoramic view and broadcasts commentaries by audioguide in 11 languages. Possibility of privatisation and tailor-made tours.
Discover the heart of the Alsace Wine Route in an unusual way, with your hair blowing in the wind, it’s possible with the Kut’zig! For 17€ a day, the bus allows you to discover Colmar, Ribeauvillé, Hunawihr, Riquewihr, Kaysersberg Vignoble, Turckheim, Eguisheim and Voegtlinshoffen in total freedom! The bus allows you to stay on board and watch the Wine Route go by, or to get off and on at the desired stops. April, May, June, October: Friday to Sunday and public holidays July, August, September: Wednesday to Sunday and public holidays.
crédits photos : L. ANDRONOV, INFRA, CUP OF ZI, F. FESSLER, D. FOUCRE