Strasbourg

Strasbourg is a city located in the east of France on the left bank of the Rhine’s river. Its German name is Straßburg ( from Straße, route, and burg, castle), pronounced Strossburi in Alsatian. Ses habitants sont appelés les Strasbourgeois (Straßburger ou Steckelburjer).
Strasbourg is one of the most populated cities in France ( the 7th) and it is also one of the three French cities, with Le Havre and Bordeaux ( Since June 2007), which centre is entirely classified as world heritage by the UNESCO. It is also one of the few cities, together with Geneva, Montreal and New York, that have international organisations ( European Council since 1949, European Parliament) without being capital of a country.

How to arrive

If you want to come to our school from the city centre : you should take the line of tramway A to Illkirch-Lixenbuhl and stop at et Emile Mathis.
If you come from the train station you should take the tramway A to Illkirch-Lixenbuhl and stop at Emile Mathis.
If you come from the airport: once you arrive to the airport of Strasbourg you should take the bus which will leave you in Bagagerie in 15 minutes, then take the tramway A to the city centre Hautepierre-Maillon / Rotonde (with the same ticket as the bus) and stop at Emile Mathis.

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