View of Mulhouse from the belvedereView of Mulhouse from the belvedere
©View of Mulhouse from the belvedere|Bénédicte Wirth

Getting to Mulhouse

No, Mulhouse is not at the end of the world! In fact, it is a very accessible city!

By train

Located on the axes of the TGV Est and Rhine-Rhône high-speed trains, Mulhouse is served daily by 40 TGV trains from Paris (2h40), Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport (3h10), Lyon (2h45), Marseille (4h30), Montpellier (4h50), Frankfurt (2h10), Zürich in Switzerland (1h20), Stuttgart in Germany (2h10)…

A dense network of TER trains will allow you to reach Strasbourg, Colmar, Basel in Switzerland and other Alsatian cities, while international trains and night trains arrive from Italy and Eastern Europe.

And since the station is right in the heart of the city, it will be easy to reach your destination by streetcar, tram-train, bus, cab, bike or on foot!

By bike

By car or motor home

Mulhouse is fortunate to be well served by the French freeways A35 and A36, which are directly connected to the A6 and A4 in France, the A5 in Germany and the A1 in Switzerland. And in Alsace, the freeways are free!

By plane

To reach Mulhouse by plane, the EuroAiport Basel – Mulhouse – Freiburg is located 30km from downtown. This international airport is served each week by nearly 100 destinations in 30 countries by low-cost flights or with regular airlines.

The easiest way to reach Mulhouse is to use the bus and train shuttle. The bus waiting for you at the airport will then take you to the Saint-Louis train station where you can take the train to Mulhouse. The journey takes about 20 minutes.