Tram à la gare Sncf de Sarreguemines
Means of transport to

Come to Sarreguemines

All ways lead to… Sarreguemines! No matter if by road, motorway, rail and even cross-border networks, the city of Sarreguemines is the ideal starting point for your stay in our region. Take your luggage and let’s go!


By car

Sarreguemines is directly served by the A320 and A4 motorways. You can also reach the big cities in the surroundings such as:

 Discover the car parks in Sarreguemines where you can park your car: CAR PARKS IN SARREGUEMINES

Gare SNCF de Sarreguemines

By train

Sarreguemines train station connects the surrounding towns of Saarbrücken, Metz and Strasbourg.

Two nearby towns are also served by high-speed rail lines:

  • Forbach station with a TGV line to Paris (1h40 for one trip). There is a bus between Sarreguemines and Forbach.
  • Saarbrücken station with an ICE line (1h50 for one way). There is a tram-train between Sarreguemines and Saarbrücken.

For more information, go to Sarreguemines train station (place de la Gare, 57200 Sarreguemines) or contact the SNCF via the tariffed telephone number 36 35 or the sncf.connect website.

Chemin de halage le long de la Sarre

By bike

Sarreguemines is at the heart of a network of cycle paths, including the Vélo Vis-à-Vis cross-border network. The cycle path along the Glan and the Blies connects Blieskastel (DE) and Sarreguemines.

The region's largest cycle route is along the Sarre: the Sarre canal towpath. This axis connects Saarbrücken to Sarreguemines and allows you to continue your journey towards Sarrebourg then Nancy or Strasbourg on Eurovélo 5.

OUR BIKE ROUTES cycle parking

 If you don't own a bike and want to get around the region on two wheels, find out more about the bike hire service offered by Sarreguemines Confluences Tourist Office!

Rent your bike


By bus

Two bus networks serve the Sarreguemines conurbation: the Cabus network, run by the Communauté d'Agglomération Sarreguemines Confluences, and the Fluo network run by the Grand Est region. The urban lines allow you to travel throughout the town of Sarreguemines, while the suburban lines allow you to explore further afield or to reach Sarreguemines.

 A special page is dedicated to these networks:


By boat

The canal's harbours and stopping places have developed a quality of facilities and services that make them real tourist attractions. In terms of facilities, the canal is the number one in France! Playgrounds, picnic areas, cycle paths, pedestrian walkways, restaurants... each has its own atmosphere and setting, but they all reflect the image of the banks of the Sarre: peaceful and welcoming!


By plane

Sarreguemines is close to several towns with an airport: