France

Fly from Nice to Strasbourg

For an Alsatian getaway

From the Var to the Rhine

A Nice-Strasbourg flight is not just direct, it’s a straight line! The respective capitals of the French Riviera and Alsace share essentially the same longitude. They're also at the extreme east of France, one neighbouring Germany and the other Italy. But that’s about all they have in common! Because these two cities have cultivated very different identities, which makes a flight from Nice to Strasbourg more than a simple crossing of France: it’s a true change of scenery, a place you can discover a charming region rich in history and cuisine, with exceptional folklore.

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  • Useful information for your trip to Strasbourg

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    Your Nice-Strasbourg direct flight

    While you’ll have your choice of two airlines when flying from Nice to Strasbourg, you don’t have a choice in terminals! All Volotea and Hop! (by Air France) flights from Nice to Strasbourg fly out of Terminal 2 of Nice Côte d'Azur Airport .

    Be sure to allow yourself enough time to travel stress-free. For a relaxed departure, get to the airport at least 1 hour before your flight leaves. This will give you time to get through security screenings, even at peak times. Need to collect your boarding pass or check bags at the airline counter? Here too give yourself time by adding at least an additional 15 minutes.

    Departure airportNice Côte d’Azur Airport
    Departure terminalTerminal 2
    Arrival airportStrasbourg Entzheim Airport

    Arriving at Strasbourg Airport

    Strasbourg Entzheim Airport is situated just 10 km from city centre. To get to the centre, you have the following options:

    • Take the train: the airport station is accessible from the terminal via a walkway. The TER (regional trains) will get you to Strasbourg central station in 8 minutes. They run from 5:35 am to 11:50 pm with a maximum of 5 trains per hour.
    • Take a taxi: this will cost a bit more than €30 during the day. The trip takes about 15 minutes.
    • Hire a car: there are 5 agencies in the Arrivals Hall opposite the baggage claim area. It’s a good solution if you’d like to get out of Strasbourg and explore Alsace.

What to do in
STRASBOURG ?

When you think of Strasbourg and Alsace, perhaps you're imagining lovely timber-framed houses with storks perched on their roofs, barges on the Rhine, the European Parliament, hearty plates of sauerkraut coupled with a glass of crisp white wine? If so, you won’t be disappointed! Even better, you may be surprised! Surprised to discover that these happy stereotypes are just the frame for this phenomenal region that’s unlike any other. Heritage, cuisine, scenery: it has it all!

Strasbourg Vue sur la Grande Place
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    How long has it been since you’ve had a romantic weekend getaway with your better half? How many times have you promised your family that you’ll visit some fabulous Christmas markets as the holidays approach? What are you waiting for? Life is short, so go for it! Book your seats on a flight from Nice to Strasbourg today and discover the wonders of Alsace.
    Travelling as a couple? A romantic time awaits, with strolls along the canals and amidst the picturesque houses of La Petite France, a pedestrian area where time seems to stop. Treat yourselves by visiting a winstub, one of the restaurant/wine bars typical of the region, to indulge in a tasty baeckeoffe or flammekueche, paired with a glass of crisp Riesling or velvety Gewurztraminer.
    Brought the whole family along? Build an itinerary for them that combines culture and nature, museum visits and bike rides through the Alsatian countryside on the lookout for castles and forts. The icing on the cake (a kougelhopf cake that is!) : a day on the other side of the border at Europa Park, Germany's biggest amusement park. It’s enormous and has over a hundred of the latest rides.

  • The top 10 things to do in and around Strasbourg

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    • Visit the cathedral, one of Strasbourg’s biggest points of pride. It’s over a thousand years old, 162 metres tall, and has remarkable architecture, organs, and one of the world’s rare astronomical clocks.
    • Stroll around the Grande Isle, the historical centre of Strasbourg. Pass by Kléber, Gutenberg, and Broglie squares and have a little break with a coffee on a terrace. Admire the Kammerzell House, the most beautiful of all, on the Place de la Cathédrale.
    • Wander the cobblestone streets of La Petite France, the most charming quarter in the city with its canals, timber-framed houses with flowered façades, covered bridges, and the Vauban Dam.
    • Kill two birds - figuratively of course! - by heading for Rohan Palace. First, take it this immense episcopal palace in all its majesty and refinement. Then, visit the three museums that neighbour it: the museums of Fine Art, Archaeology, and Decorative Arts.
    • Go modern! Check out MAMCS, the Strasbourg Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art. What a collection! You’ll see works by Miró, Magritte, Picasso, Sisley, Dufy, Gauguin, Monet, Renoir, Pissarro, Ernst, Chagall, and Utrillo, just to name a few!
    • Navigate the numerous canals with a river boat tour. Take in the hundreds of picturesque views you can only get on the water. It's peaceful, charming, and surprising all at once.
    • Tour all of Europe in just a couple of kilometres. The “European quarter” is home to the European Parliament, Council of Europe, and the European Court of Human Rights End your walk at the Parc de l'Orangerie. It’s heaven on earth!
    • Peddle together as a family as you cycle the Route of Forts, an 85-kilometre cycle path that runs between Germany and Alsace. It’s accessible for all, and offers unforgettable views.
    • Experience castle life. Alsace has some fantastic ones. The best known is no doubt the Haut-Kœnigsbourg fortified castle. But there are many more to discover: Fleckenstein, Haut Barr, Lichtenberg, Nideck, and others.
    • Treat yourself to a pint or a glass of white on a terrace overlooking the Ill. Alsace is as famous for its wines as for its beer (Elssabier). So much so that here, microbreweries aren’t just a fad, they're a tradition!

Regular flights Nice - STRASBOURG SXB

Nice → STRASBOURG SXB

from 105

FLIGHTS VOLOTEA
2
Flights per week, From April to October

Flights per day :

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  • Fri 1
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Frequently asked questions

  • How long does a Nice-Strasbourg flight take?

    The average flight time from Nice to Strasbourg is 1 hour 10 minutes.

  • Which airlines provide Nice-Strasbourg direct flights?

    Air France and Volotea will take you to the heart of Alsace...and Europe!

  • How many Nice-Strasbourg flights are there per week?

    There are 13 in summer, 7 with Air France and 6 with Volotea. The latter operates 4 flights in winter.

  • How much does a Nice-Strasbourg flight cost?

    The lowest price for a Nice-Strasbourg return ticket based on prices from the last 90 days is 105

  • What is the best time of year to visit Strasbourg?

    No need to wait for the height of the summer holidays to visit Strasbourg. With the European institutions, its dynamic economy and wealth of culture, it’s alive and bustling year-round. Winter too cold? Perhaps, but a good coat and woolly hat will let you enjoy the most splendid Christmas market in France. Summer too hot? Go swimming in the nearby lakes, sit down on the shady terrace of a winstub or bierstub, or find refuge in the cool wine cellars of any of the hundred-odd wineries that await along the famous Alsace Wine Route. And for those who really detest the snow and heat, spring and autumn are both superb times to visit this charming, romantic city.

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