Mulhouse, located 2 hours and 40 minutes by TGV from Paris and with the only trinational airport in the world, the EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg, is asserting itself as the gateway to South Alsace in the service of Business Tourism.
Equipped with prestigious and exceptional places, the city never ceases to let its creativity flow to the rhythm of the development of unusual places and the rehabilitation of its former wastelands, stemming from its rich industrial past, into innovative and artistic places. Art has moreover an important part there since the city is labeled “Ville d’Art et d’histoire” and has been invested by artists from all over the world, dressing its walls, adorning its squares with original works. Its museum offer is such, with must-see collections, that it has become among the most prestigious in the world with, for example, the National Automobile Museum, the Train City or the Museum of Printing on Fabrics. To discover Mulhouse is to discover a whole other side of Alsace, more atypical and eclectic, where styles and architectures are mixed.
It’s proximity to the Route des Vins d’Alsace makes it possible to take advantage of the gastronomy and wines that make the reputation of Alsace, as well as its art of living and its professionalism. It will be easier to find its half-timbered houses, so emblematic of the territory, as well as its picturesque villages. There are so many things to discover.