Mulhouse is at the centre of international exchanges and can be reached by car, train or plane.
Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg Euroairport, the only tri-national airport in the world, is located 20 minutes from the city centre and serves more than 90 national and international destinations. It is also connected to 9 connection platforms for world connectivity.
Its Business Centre is made up of several meeting rooms with long views of the airport runways and it can host up to 90 people. It’s a good option for hosting employees and partners who come from the four corners of the globe.
The city is accessible by TGV trains, a mode of transport that connects Mulhouse to Paris, Frankfort and Zurich in less than three hours, four hours to Lille and just under four hours to Marseille.
Located at that the crossroad of the A36 (east-west) and the A35 (north-south) motorways, Mulhouse can be accessed from any city in Europe.
3 tramway lines, 25 bus lines and a tram-train can take you anywhere you need to go in the city and up to the foot of the Vosges Mountains. Also, a free electric shuttle runs through the city centre, and stops upon request.
If it’s important to combine sustainable development with your event, you can choose eco-friendly transport by using the 320km (200mi) of cycle paths in the urban centre. There are self-service bicycles available and many other means of transport. The Mulhouse urban area was given the label of Bicycle-tourist City and Territory.