Lingolsheim is a commune in the Bas-Rhin department in Alsace in north-eastern France. The town lies southwest of Strasbourg. Lingolsheim is a principal suburb situated between the city centre and Strasbourg Airport. It is near the small rivers of Bruche and Ill.
The district’s economic base is made up of small and medium sized companies. The area provides a large selection of executive office space available to let. Lingolsheim, as part of the district of Alsace, also boasts a diversified, export-oriented economy. Major sectors include mechanical engineering, automobiles and transport, electronics, chemicals, agri-industry, and textiles. The largest companies in the area are Aventis, Lidl-France, and Brasseries Kronenbourg.
Entertainment And Dining Out
The Mont Sainte Odile Convent offers a breathtaking view from the mountain and a relaxing ambiance. Also known as Hohenburg Abbey, this is a nunnery, founded in 690. L’ID is a popular restaurant in Lingolsheim, offering refined French cuisine. Making a reservation before dining may be wise.
Strasbourg Airport (IATA: SXB, ICAO: LFST) is an airport located in Entzheim, within 6 miles of Strasbourg. There is a commuter rail train leaving the airport every 15 minutes. The name of the station is "Entzheim Aeroport". It takes nine minutes to reach the Strasbourg main station from the airport. Road access to the city is provided by departmental roads RD 392 and RD 222 and, less directly, by the region’s main south-north auto route. The commune is on the railway line that connects Strasbourg with Molsheim and Selestat, and is served by Line B of the Strasbourg tram network as well as several bus routes.