There's always something to do in Mulhouse! The city is full of cultural attractions to discover with friends or family. Come and visit the renowned Cité de l'Automobile and its Schlumpf collection, the French Railway Museum not to be missed, but also the Textile, Printing and Wallpaper Museum, or even the Fine Arts Museum.
Between a relaxed way of life and the cosmopolitan bustle, with its 40 museums, Basel is paradise for those passionate about culture and art. It's also a place of relaxation and the good life when discovering Basel's historic neighbourhoods and traditional bistrots. Romancers will love St. Alban Tal and can treat themselves to a crossing over the Rhine...
Come and explore the wealth of flora and fauna from around the world in the most beautiful zoological and botanical park in Europe. With 1200 animals from all the continents, but also almost 900 species of trees and exceptional blossoms, the Zoological and Botanical Park in Mulhouse is without a doubt a place for a fun walk full of surprises for both young and old.
Discover the most Alsatian village of all Alsace and let yourself wonder at the wealth and variety of its historic and architectural heritage. Not far from Switzerland, Strasbourg and Mulhouse, Colmar will win you over with its beautiful bourgeois homes from times gone by, its remains dating from the Middle Ages to the 20th Century, and its picturesque neighbourhood nicknamed "Little Venice".
The Olympic Ice Skating Rink and Swimming Pools of Illberg welcome both amateurs and connaisseurs of swimming and sport. If you wish to combine exercise and relaxation, the Pierre et Marie Curie pool invites you to its aesthetic and elegant setting, where you can enjoy the benefits of the roman baths, sauna and central hammam.