Haut-Koenigsbourg Shuttle

navette haut koenigsbourg - Haut-Koenigsbourg castle, Alsace, France
A shuttle bus serves the castle from the railway station of Sélestat.
  • From March 4rd to December 26th, 2017 on Saturdays, Sundays and french public holidays. The castle is closed on May 1st and on December 25th and January 1st.
  • Every day  from April 1st to April 30th; from June 10th to September 10th and from October 21th to November 5th.
  • Fares : 2,50€ and Free under 4 years.
  • Reduced rate at the Haut-Koenigsbourg castle on production of the shuttle ticket. Adults : 7€ instead of 9€. 6-17 years : 4€ instead of 5€.
  • The shuttle is wheelchair accessible. Reservation on 00 33 479 75 33 13 (from Monday to Friday).
  • The shuttle bus serves also the "Monkey Mountain", the "Volerie des Aigles - Eagle Park", Kintzheim center and Cigoland.

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navette haut koenigsbourg - Haut-Koenigsbourg castle, Alsace, France

Eco-friendly action

As the château is a tourist attraction, it is obviously desirable that the public should come and visit it. Given that it is located on top of a mountain, access to the site - whether for the public, the staff or suppliers - is virtually impossible except by motor vehicle. This road traffic has a generally negative impact and creates many issues: the emission of large quantities of greenhouse gases, the difficulties involved in managing the car parks and access to the site etc. It became a matter of some urgency for the Haut-Koenigsbourg to consider how the impact of this road traffic could be minimized, what alternative transport solutions could be promoted and how the site could be made more accessible. As a direct result, the Haut-Koenigsbourg shuttle bus service (Réseau 67's n° 500 service) was launched in 2008. It runs between the Haut-Koenigsbourg massif and Sélestat train station. There are also several marked, well-maintained walking trails, including the GR (Grande Randonnée long-distance path) that runs past the foot of the mountain on which the château is located.