Strasbourg Airport (SXB) is six miles southwest of Strasbourg in the town of Entzheim. More than a million passengers arrive each year on 200 direct and connecting flights from around the world.
The modern airport offers free Wi-Fi internet access, ATMs, and two waiting areas (one equipped with recharging stations for portable devices). A full-menu bistro and a snack cafe are located on the ground floor.
A regional train and tram connection zips passengers into Strasbourg in under 10 minutes for less than €4. Taxis meet flights and are available outside the terminal until 11 pm. Shops, tour operators, and car rental agencies are on site.
Colmar Airport (CMR) focuses on business aviation and is of little interest to leisure travelers.
EuroAirport is located near the French city of Mulhous, close to the Swiss and German borders, and has three airport codes: MLH (French), BSL (Swiss), EAP (international). More than 4 million travelers pass through the airport each year.
Shops, restaurants, bars, banks, and ATMs are on site. Rental cars are available in both the French (hall 1, level 2) and Swiss (hall 4, level 2) sections. Fee-based internet access is available in both the secure and public areas.
Buses transport passengers to train stations in Basel, Freiburg, and Saint-Louis, where connections can be made to other cities in Switzerland, Germany, and France.