Getting around Northern Alsace
By public transport
Plenty of bus connections available. Find your bus-car-tram-train routes at www.vialalsace.eu
Tourist line 317 "Fleckenstein shuttle" (Wissembourg - Pfaffenschlick - Lime Kiln - Lembach - Fleckenstein Castle)
This line offers up to 6 round-trips per day to link up with the TER (Regional Express Train) at Wissembourg station and the German trains to and from Bad-Bergzabern/Landau.
The line operates on German public holidays because of the volume of visitors from across the frontier visiting the sites served.
It helps with hiking trips in the summer period, access to Fleckenstein Castle and the site of the Four à Chaux, part of the Maginot line defences.
Price: €4 per adult and €2 for children from 4-12 years old for travelling throughout the day (free for children under 4 years old).
On presentation of the travel pass, 1 ticket purchased = 1 ticket free when you visit the Four à Chaux, the Fleckenstein Castle and Enigmes and P'tit Fleck.
Cycling in Northern Alsace is easy. See the map "Northern Alsace by bike".
And why not carpool?