On Foot — Most of the main sites are accessible on foot and the city center is highly pedestrianized.

By Bicycle — Like a growing number of French cities, Strasbourg has a bike-sharing program called Vélhop (www.velhop.strasbourg.eu; tel. 09-69-39-36-67). You can register in their boutiques at 3 rue d’Or or in the Strasbourg station; fees are 1€ per hour or 5€ per day. A deposit is required.

By Car — If you have a car for exploring Alsace, there are convenient underground parking lots in place Gutenberg, place Kléber, and near the train station. You can rent a car at Avis (www.avis.fr; tel. 08-20-61-16-98), located at the train station or in the Kléber parking garage, or Europcar, at the station (www.europcar.fr; tel. 09-77-40-32-42).

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By Taxi — A good number of taxis circulate around the city to serve the many business travelers. You can either hail one on the street or order one from Strasbourg Taxi (www.strasbourg-taxi.fr; tel. 03-88-12-21-22).

By Public Transport — Strasbourg has an extensive transit network of trams and buses run by the CTS (www.cts-strasbourg.eu; tel. 02-47-66-70-70). A one-way ticket costs 1.70€ or an unlimited day pass is 4.30€. Tickets can be purchased from automatic kiosks at a tram station or single tickets from a bus driver for 2€.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.