We have compiled for you a list of accommodation options in Strasbourg and around (a maximum of 50 km from the Cathedral, which is the centre of the city).
The listed options are non-exhaustive, and include various budgets and type of settings (camping, hostels, B&B, hotels). Please note that the Parliament does not take responsibility for the services offered by the places listed.
You can pick an accommodation option from this list or you can use well-known engines on the internet, it is your choice. You and your group are directly responsible to book and cover your own accommodation expenses.
Do not hesitate to look for cheaper accommodation options outside Strasbourg. For the groups accommodated outside Strasbourg and having no means of own transportation (bus/car), shuttle buses will be organised.
We will provide transportation on Thursday to your lodgings (if no public transport is available), and on Friday and Saturday to the EP/Strasbourg in the morning and back to where you're staying in the evening. Details will follow on our website.
Should you come from the region, you can also consider returning back to your hometown at the end of the day.
During the day, participants will have the option to eat and drink at their own expense either in the canteen inside the Parliament building, or outside, in the Yo!Village, where several options will be available.
More information will be available in the beginning of 2016 - menus, prices and also the possibility of booking a meal inside.
Outside the event venue, Strasbourg offers a variety of restaurants. For more information, please consult the website of the Strasbourg Office de Tourisme.
National contact points
A network of national contact points is ready to help you with all your logistical and practical questions.
- Book as soon as possible. Rates are increasing every day, the sooner you book, the better (and the cheaper).
- Call the hotel directly, tell them you're a group and negotiate with them for the best deal (hotels often offer discounts for groups)
- Look for hostels, holiday centres, youth centres.
- Look for camp sites. They are the most affordable. Some have ready-to-use tents, huts or wooden cabins.
Participants can reach Strasbourg by train, plane, bus or car.
- By train: Travelling by train you will arrive at the Gare de Strasbourg, 30 minutes from the Parliament and a few minutes from the city centre.
- By plane: The Aéroport international Strasbourg is located in Entzheim, 30 minutes from the city, and has connections to various European cities.
- By bus: Buses such as Eurolines arrive in Strasbourg in the Place de l'Etoile, 10 minutes from the city centre and 30 minutes from the Parliament.
- By car: car sharing options could also be considered by participants.
Participants with special needs
All our facilities are fully adapted for visitors with reduced mobility and special needs. Manned by trained personnel and fitted with lifts and ramps, the EP's meeting rooms and corridors are easily accessible for people in wheelchairs.
When you register, please inform us about anyone in your group with special needs. Special arrangements will be made for groups including those with disabilities.
Please do not hesitate to contact us: