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|Coach Ticket Price:||$12|
|Buses depart from:||Frankfurt am Main|
|Bus arrives in:||Strasbourg|
Passengers wishing to travel by bus from the German city Frankfurt am Main to Strasbourg, France have several options to choose from. Buses depart seven days a week throughout the year at various times. Direct bus services between Frankfurt to Strasbourg takes around four hours. Buses requiring changes can take from around 15 hours to over 24 hours. The actual duration of these trips depends on the number of changes involved and the length of each individual stopover. However, routes requiring changes are more likely to be offered in the summer than at other times during the year.
Bus service between Frankfurt am Main and Strasbourg is provided by the bus companies Flixbus and Eurolines. In most cases, Flixbus offers direct service between these two cities. Passengers can also select a trip requiring one or more changes in another European city with Eurolines. However, this service may be limited outside the summer months.
Passengers can expect a bus trip with direct service between Frankfurt and Strasbourg to take roughly four hours. The fastest direct route offered takes around three hours and 40 minutes and the longest a little over five hours. Buses from Frankfurt to Strasbourg requiring changes can take anywhere from roughly 5 hours to over 24 hours. The difference in time depends on the number of changes, length of stopover, and location of each city on the route.
On most days, passengers can choose between up to eight buses offering a direct service. During the summer, up to six trips with two changes and up to three trips with one change are generally available. However, these routes may not be serviced at other times of the year.
Departure station: Buses depart Frankfurt am Main from the Hauptbahnhof Fernbusse, which is the city's main bus terminal. This bus terminal is a convenient five-minute walk from Frankfurt's Main Train Station.
Arrival station: In Strasbourg, buses arrive at the bus station on Place de l'Étoile also known as Place Charles de Gaulle. The busy junction is the meeting place of 12 straight avenues including the Champs-Élysées.