Mulhouse’s belvedere is a structure mixing wood and steel and bearing on it the marks of the past… To find it, nothing could be easier: it has a street named after it at the top of the Rebberg hill, in the neighborhood of the same name.
Debuted since 1898 and renovated in 2022, this tower is situated on the heights of Mulhouse, more precisely at 333 meters above sea level and measures in the 20 meters high. Having served as an observation site for the artillery in wartime, this tower is now the landmark of tourists and regulars who defy their fear of heights to spend a few moments with their head in the clouds.
At more than 350 meters above sea level, you will enjoy a 360° view of Mulhouse and its surroundings. You will be able to see the mountainous massifs of the Vosges, the Jura, the Black Forest and, if you are lucky, the Alps. An impressive panorama with, of course, an orientation table to make it easier to spot! From the Italian meaning “beautiful view”, the belvedere thus lives up to its name!