Are you planning to come to the Kaysersberg Valley on holiday and wondering how to get there?
Coming by car
The car is certainly the most practical means of transport for visiting the Kaysersberg valley. Indeed, the road network is well developed and well maintained throughout the year.
However, you should know that most of the towns and villages in the valley (including Kaysersberg Vignoble) are subject to the Mountain Law: winter equipment is therefore compulsory from 1 November to 31 March, whatever the weather conditions. This means that your vehicle must be equipped with winter tyres (4-season tyres are tolerated until 1 November 2024 subject to certain conditions) or you must have chains or “socks” in the boot.More details on the Mountain Law and the accepted winter equipment can be found here
Coming by electric car
Do you travel by electric vehicle?
There are several charging stations in the Kaysersberg valley. Find all the information here
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Parking in Kaysersberg
Are you planning to visit Kaysersberg and wondering where to park during your stay?
If you are staying in Kaysersberg (you have booked a hotel room, a guest room or a gite for example), you should know that you can benefit from a daily parking fee of 5 € (contact your accommodation provider to qualify).
The car parks in Kaysersberg are not free of charge or for a limited time (blue zone).
Find all the practical information on parking in Kaysersberg on the Kaysersberg Vignoble town hall website
Coming by public transport
If you come by public transport, the nearest station is Colmar. It is served every hour or more from Strasbourg and Mulhouse except at night. The TER (regional express trains) serve Colmar station, as well as the TGV Inoui and Ouigo.
From Colmar, you can take the bus of one of the regular lines. Several taxi companies can also take you from Colmar station to your holiday destination in the Kaysersberg valley.