Situated in the heart of the Grande Ile in a wide pedestrian street, BOMA is ideally situated in a busy, dynamic part of the city centre.
The ideal starting point to discover Strasbourg and its main attractions: Strasbourg Cathedral, La Petite-France. BOMA can also share some secret addresses to enable you to discover Strasbourg in the best way possible.
How to get here
COMING ON FOOT FROM THE STATION?
It’s easy, just take the pedestrian street opposite the station (rue du Maire Kuss) and keep going straight ahead (550 m – 8-minute walk)
Strasbourg has the largest network of bicycle paths in France, offering over 600 km of routes. Whether for exercise, leisure activities or shopping, Strasbourg is a city to be discovered by bike.
ARRIVING BY TRAM?
Lines B and F – stop “Alt Winmärik/Vieux marché aux Vins” (180 m – 2-minute walk)
Lines A, B, C, D and F: stop “Place de l’Homme de Fer” (260 m – 3-minute walk)
COMING BY CAR?
BOMA car park: €24/night. Places are limited so remember to book ahead.
Kléber-Homme de Fer public car park: special rate for our guests €25/24 h (280 m – 3-minute walk).
Historic centre-Petite-France public car park: €12/24 h (650 m – 9-minute walk) Parking + Tram: for more information see the CTS public transport website
Parking Wodli : 15€/24h (750m – 10 min walk)
Since January 1, 2023, the most polluting vehicles not classified and classified Crit’Air 5 are banned from driving and parking in the Eurometropolis of Strasbourg.
However, exemptions are proposed by the EMS, it is possible to apply by following this link https://derogations-zfe.strasbourg.eu/