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Mulhouse in the heart of 3 countries

Mulhouse is located at the crossroads of 3 countries: France, Germany and Switzerland. It is easy to get from one country to the other in less than an hour! And thanks to the train, you can travel from one end of Alsace to the other while staying in the city.

Our advice!

  • How do you go to Alsace ?

    Come to Alsace by car, bike, train or plane! Alsace is easily accessible from everywhere thanks to the many transportation modes.

    The main cities of the region are all provided with TGV stations and then you can easily radiate from one place to another by TER train.

    2 airports are at your disposal: EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg in the South or Strasbourg-Entzheim more in the North.

    Crossed by 3 eurovéloroutes, Alsace is also very easy to access by bike.

  • Is there a pass to get discounts in the whole region?

    The answer is YES! In addition to the Mulhouse City Pass, which will give you discounts in the Mulhouse area, you can also find the Pass’Alsace.

    Thanks to this pass, you get free admission to 59 partner tourist sites throughout the region. The pass comes in an adult version and a children’s version up to age 12.

  • How do I make my train journeys?

    For all things train, we invite you to visit the TER Grand Est website: www.ter.sncf.com/grand-est.

    For your convenience, there are Alsa+ solo or Alsa+ group tickets that allows you to travel throughout Alsace for 24 hours at a low price (included: travel on TER and major city public transportation).

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