Unearth the industrial heart and colorful history of Mulhouse, an underrated gem in the picturesque Alsace region of France. Read more

Book my trip to Mulhouse
Door-to-Door transfer

Our driver will pick you up and drop you off exactly at the address you specify

Custom International Taxi

Travel with us in comfort and visit the beautiful places of Europe

Do you need a ride to Mulhouse?
Book a trip with our private driver

Pickup location
Drop-off location
Departure Date
Departure Time
How many passengers?
Need help?

Ride with our intercity taxi!
Visit Mulhouse in 2024

Nestled in the eastern corner of France, Mulhouse stands as a testament to the nation's rich industrial past. Historically known for its thriving textile industry, the city has gracefully transformed into a hub of museums and cultural attractions. With its Swiss and German influences, Mulhouse boasts a unique blend of architectural wonders, gastronomical delights, and a mosaic of cultural events. The city's charming squares, timber-framed houses, and vibrant markets make it a delightful destination for both history enthusiasts and casual visitors. Add in its proximity to the Vosges Mountains and the Rhine, and Mulhouse serves as a perfect starting point for diverse adventures.
Embark on a journey through Mulhouse and experience a rich tapestry of history, culture, and innovation that resonates in every corner of this charming city.

47.75774547053, 7.31805426915 Open in Google Maps

The most famous sights
What to do in Mulhouse

Cité de l’Automobile

Dive into the world's largest car collection, featuring historic models and Formula 1 racers, and marvel at the evolution of automotive engineering.

Cité du Train

Board the nostalgia train at Europe's largest railway museum, showcasing locomotives from bygone eras and the grandeur of train travel.

Mulhouse Zoological and Botanical Park

A delightful haven for nature lovers, this park hosts a rich variety of animals and a beautiful botanical garden, making it a serene escape in the city.

Historical Museum of Mulhouse

Discover the city's textile legacy and journey through the intriguing history of Mulhouse, with its vivid displays and informative exhibits.

Temple Saint-Étienne

Admire the neo-Gothic architecture of the tallest Protestant church in France, standing proudly at the city's central square.

La Kunsthalle Mulhouse

Dive into contemporary art in this dynamic exhibition space, showcasing innovative artworks from global artists.

Place de la Réunion

The heart of Mulhouse, this vibrant square is adorned with historic buildings, bustling cafes, and hosts various events throughout the year.

Parc Salvator

A lush urban retreat, this park offers a serene atmosphere with its ornate fountains, statues, and beautifully landscaped paths.

Museum of Printed Textiles

Revel in Mulhouse's textile past, with an extensive collection of printed fabrics from the 18th century to the present.

Electropolis Museum

Illuminate your senses at the largest museum in Europe dedicated to electricity, celebrating its history, evolution, and future implications.

What else to visit
In and around Mulhouse

Basel (29.94 km)

Basel is a vibrant Swiss city, ideally situated at the meeting point of France, Germany, and Switzerland. Its rich history, impressive architecture, and love for the arts make it a fascinating destination for travelers.

Eguisheim (31.54 km)

Journey to the heart of Alsace and discover Eguisheim, a fairy-tale village of cobblestone streets and vibrant half-timbered houses, crowned as one of the "Most Beautiful Villages in France."

Colmar (36.31 km)

Colmar, nestled in France's Alsace region, is a mesmerizing town renowned for its half-timbered houses, winding canals, and vibrant floral displays. Often dubbed the Little Venice of Alsace, its charm and rich history beckon travelers worldwide.

Augusta Raurica (39.23 km)

Dive into the enthralling history of the Roman Empire at Augusta Raurica, the best-preserved ancient Roman archaeological site in Switzerland.

Kayserberg (42.65 km)

Kaysersberg, situated along the Alsace Wine Route in France, exudes a storybook charm. With its timber-framed buildings, medieval castle, and meandering river, it's a picturesque village that has often been heralded as one of the most beautiful in France.

Riquewihr (45.43 km)

Nestled in the heart of Alsace's wine country, Riquewihr is a timeless gem, where cobblestone streets, half-timbered houses, and a rich history blend seamlessly to create an enchanting, fairy-tale ambiance.

Experience the Journey

Visit Mulhouse with us during a road trip between European cities!

Traveling is much easier with our service! Book your trip, the local driver will pick you up at the agreed date and time at the hotel and transfer you to your final destination through European cities with their own stops. And yes, even in Mulhouse!

Trust us to ensure a carefree journey to Mulhouse thanks to English-speaking local drivers

Travel with us comfortably, safely and without stress! You do not have to worry about missed flights, delayed trains or overpriced taxis. Our driver will do his best to meet your requirements.