INSA Strasbourg opening times

Opening hours 2017-2018

Except for the vacations, the School is open:

from 7 am to 11 pm from Monday to Friday
from 7.30 am to 5 pm on Saturdays
It is closed on Sundays and public holidays.

The School is closed on the last Saturday of the university vacations.

Address and how to get to the School

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INSA Strasbourg
24, Boulevard de la Victoire
03 88 14 47 00

By tram, from the railway station

To get to INSA Strasbourg from the railway station, take tram line C.

In front of the station at street level (do not take the tram at the underground stop), take a line C tram in the direction  of “Neuhof Rodolphe Reuss” to the Université stop, which is right in front of INSA Strasbourg.

NB: starting from other points in the city, the School can also be reached by tram lines E and F.

Tram tickets can be brought and must be validated in the machine at the stop. A single ticket, with or without a change of line, costs €1.70 and is valid for 1 hour. For more information on public transport (trams, buses) in Strasbourg:

Arriving by road

If you are coming into Strasbourg from the south, via the A35 motorway

Take exit 4 towards Place de l’Etoile/Offenburg Kehl.
After the underpass, at the 3rd set of traffic lights turn left towards Esplanade, Rue Alfred Kestler (just before the Vaisseau museum)
After the bridge, at the 1st set of traffic lights, go straight on into Rue d’Ankara.
Then at the next traffic lights, turn left into Rue de Boston
At the crossroads, take the first street on the right, Avenue Charles de Gaulle, which runs alongside the tram line.
At the 2nd set of lights, turn left into Boulevard de la Victoire (still alongside the tram)
INSA is on your left, at no. 24 (at the Université tram stop)

If you are coming into Strasbourg from the north, via the A4 motorway

Take the exit signed Place de Haguenau
Follow the signs and take Avenue des Vosges
When you reach Saint Maurice’s church, take Rue de l’Observatoire on the right (before the police station)
Turn right into Boulevard de la Victoire
INSA is on your left, at no. 24 (at the Université tram stop)
INSA has a car park reserved for staff and visitors:

it is situated along Rue Edmond Labbé, opposite Lycée Jean Rostand. Go up to the barrier and use the intercom to announce your arrival (if you are a visitor).

From the airport

There is a four times hourly shuttle train service which connects the airport to Strasbourg railway station in 9 minutes: 

With the new “Tram+TER Aéroport” multimodal ticket, you can travel between the airport and the Eurométropole (Strasbourg urban district) using a single ticket costing just €4.30.

  • Shuttle times are available on the airport website.
  • Once you have arrived at the station, see the paragraph “from the railway station” above.