How to travel to the Pays de Colmar


The Colmar region is served from north to south by the A35 motorway and from west to east by national roads. From the A35, you can take the following exits:

  • Exit 19 : Bergheim
  • Exit 20 : Ribeauvillé, Illhaeusern, Guémar, Bergheim
  • Exit 21 : Ribeauvillé, Ostheim, Beblenheim
  • Exit 22 : Ribeauvillé, Riquewihr, Ostheim, Beblenheim
  • Exit 23 : Colmar, Munster, Kaysersberg, Bennwihr, Houssen
  • Exit 24 : Colmar-Nord, Kaysersberg
  • Exit 25 : Colmar-Sud, Neuf-Brisach, Horbourg-Wihr
  • Exit 26 : Colmar-Centre
  • Exit 27 : Eguisheim, Sundhoffen, Herrlisheim-près-Colmar
  • Exit 28 : Munster
  • Exit 29 : Rouffach

From Paris (525 kilometers), you can reach the Colmar region by taking the A4 and then the A35.


The Colmar region has 3 SNCF train stations (Colmar, Munster, Rouffach), including one TGV station (Colmar).
There are regular TGV connections: Paris-Colmar, Marseille-Lyon-Dijon-Colmar, Luxembourg-Colmar.
TER (regional express train) connections are also frequent, approximately every 30 minutes on weekdays and every hour on weekends, on the Strasbourg-Colmar-Basel line.


The Pays de Colmar is well served by the Fluo bus network, which also serves villages with no railway station (Kaysersberg, Riquewihr, Neuf-Brisach, Eguisheim, etc.).

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The Colmar region is served by two international airports, each about 70 kilometers away.