From the Strasbourg Airport, Shuttle train leaves up to 5 times per hour, allowing you to be in Strasbourg central station in 8 minutes! (A covered pedestrian footbridge allows you to walk between the airport and the station platform).
A Combined Ticket for shuttle train + tram/bus is available at the Airport and Train Station (tickets machines), credit cards are accepted.
Plan your itinerary and book tickets
The nearest airport to Strasbourg is Strasbourg (SXB) Airport which is 9.7 km away.
Other nearby airports include Karlsruhe/Baden Baden (FKB) (33.2 km), Stuttgart (STR) (107 km), Basel (BSL) (110.6 km) and Zurich (ZRH) (139.9 km).
Strasbourg is well-connected by train. See below the travel time to Strasbourg from a number of European cities:
Strasbourg’s public transport network today includes 6 tram lines and 30 bus routes serving Strasbourg and its surrounding area. There are 2 tram stops near the European Parliament:
There are no hotels assigned to this conference. Participants should make their own arrangements for accommodation.
Information on hotels, restaurants & more in Strasbourg may be found at this link: https://www.visitstrasbourg.fr/en/donwload-brochures/
CC Original photo by Zairon
The European Parliament has strict security procedures. Participants will be required to be accredited to the event before gaining access to the Parliament. Prior registration is mandatory. Last-minute sign-ups cannot be facilitated.
Participants will need to present a form of identification when they pass through EP Security. This should be the ID Card they used when registering.
At registration, participants will receive a conference badge which they must wear, clearly displayed, throughout their time at Parliament.
Participants should arrive promptly at 8.30 am on both mornings to avoid long delays at security. Participants should avoid bringing unnecessary luggage as this will need to be screened similar to airport security and could result in considerable delays.
The EP will not provide a cloakroom service, all coats and bags are left at owner’s risk on the premises. Coat racks will be available within the venue.
It is important that in case of any emergency, conference participants use the central line to call the emergency services.
In case of medical, security, fire emergency, please dial:
Do not dial 112/110 from your mobile phone as emergency personnel cannot enter the Parliament premises unless Parliament security has been alerted to the situation.
Free WiFi will be available throughout the event. The access code will be provided on signs within the conference venue.
Interpretation will be offered in English, French and Spanish during the morning of 24 June.
Workshops are available in English only unless otherwise indicated.
The closing ceremony may also be interpreted into French & Spanish. (TBC)
There are water stations around the European Parliament that participants can use to refill their bottles.
Participants are kindly asked not to bring glasses of water into the conference rooms as there is a risk to the technical equipment at the venue.