europe Strasbourg is the capital of the Alsace region, Its historical centre (the Grande Île) is on the World Heritage list of UNESCO. The city itself is the seat of the Council of Europe and the European Parliament, which also holds sessions in Brussels. MORE TOURISTICAL INFORMATION ABOUT STRASBOURG

Parking in Strasbourg

p-europe The inner city of Strasbourg is partly a pedestrian zone with paid parking in the surrounding area. The inner city has short-term parking on-street parking zones and long term parking in the car parks. Cheap long term parking is possible in the P+R's on the outskirts of the city.

parking Strasbourg

On-street parking Strasbourg

Paid parking applies in the centre of Strasbourg on Monday-Saturday from 09:00-12:00 and 14:00-19:00.
p-europe red zone : maximum 2 hour, parking rate € 1.90
p-europe orange zone : maximum 2 hours, parking rate € 1.50/hour.
p-europe greene zone : maximum 3 hours, € 0.50/hour (€ 1.00 for 3 hours)

Blue Zones

In the blue zones in Strasbourg you are allowed to park 1 hour for free on Monday-Saturday from 09:00-19:00. Except the blue zones on Route du Polygone, Rue Jules Rathgeber, Rue du Birkenfels, Rue du Maennelstein, Rue de Rathsamhausen, where the duration is limited to 1,5 hours.

Car parks Strasbourg

Unlimited parking is set to car parks in the city centre. Parking rates in public car parks : € 1.30-1.70/hour, daily maximum about € 22.00. Special rates apply for parking in the evening and overnight. READ MORE

P+R-parkings Strasbourg

Near tramway stations you can park and take the the public transport to the centre. Paid parking is set on Monday-Saturday from 09.00-20.00 hours and free outside these hours. Parking fee plus free tram tickets : € 4.10 (P+R Rotonde € 4.60). Parking is limited to one day. READ MORE