Tour: parks and gardens
Understanding the city’s industrial history involves exploring its parks and gardens. Mulhouse today has many public gardens and former factory gardens. Green spaces that, in the past, were an integral part of the brand image of Mulhouse companies.
A top tour for those who want to go green!
Tour: the chimneys
Long nicknamed “the city of 100 chimneys”, you will see that Mulhouse wears its name well. A true industrial pride, the symbol is strong and you regularly come across a chimney in the city. When Mulhouse deindustrialized its activity in the 60’s, the chimneys disappeared but there are still about ten of them to discover!
Tour: religious buildings
From the Saint-Jean chapel to the Koba mosque, via the synagogue, Mulhouse is a rich city that has always opened its doors to all faiths. It is a journey through the heart of historical and religious monuments with completely different periods and styles that awaits you.