Ibis Mulhouse Ville Gare Centrale

53, rue de Bale, Mulhouse, Alsace, 68100, France
Ibis Mulhouse Ville Gare Centrale
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Mulhouse to Basel

by lvpool05

What is the cheapest way to get from Mulhouse to Basel city center ?

What is the timetable and fare for the bus and/or train ?

Re: Mulhouse to Basel

by tmpaca

By train from center to center. Look at the SBB site for time and price.

Re: Mulhouse to Basel

by cubsur

Train is the only way. Local buses do not cross the border except to and from the airport and Swiss buses to a couple of French villages near Basel. There are trains at least every 20 - 30 minutes for most of the day from 0442 weekdays, 0730 on Saturdays, 0856 on Sundays and Holidays. The journey takes 21 - 20 minutes.

Trains do not operate late into the night. Last trains are :

Weekdays 1952 then at 2045, 2148 and 2252
Saturdays the last train is at 2045
Sundays and Holidays at 2045 then 2252

The ticket is either €5,90 or €6,60 depending on which train you take.

You can check times of trains for a particular date and time at www.voyages-sncf.com or at www.sbb.ch

Downloadable and printable timetables are normally available from the French regional railway website www.ter-sncf.com but that is currently off-line for maintenance! Only the French do 'essential maintenance work' on weekdays during office hours.

Re: Mulhouse to Basel

by lvpool05

Thanks for the prompt answer.

1) Do we have to book the ticket in advance? Is it possible to buy from the ticket counter at the train station?

2) Is Mulhouse Vile the main TGV station?

Re: Mulhouse to Basel

by tmpaca

Yes Mulhouse Ville is the main station. You can buy your tickets via the net or at the station (or at any station in France). The ticket machine speaks english too.

Re: Mulhouse to Basel

by tmpaca

Cubsur, I cannot imagine that the French work on their holidays or weekends.

Re: Mulhouse to Basel

by lvpool05

Cheers, trying to rent a car in France is also a nightmare. The rental office is closed from 12 to 2 for lunch and most of our arrival time is around that period, losing potential 2 hours of valuable travel time.

Re: Mulhouse to Basel

by Redang

Yes, the best way is by train.

Re: Mulhouse to Basel

by cubsur

tmpaca - I worked weekends on 'essential maintenance work' in England to keep things working on weekdays for the majority of users. Yes I was paid extra for it.

But you are right I think, France and also Portugal where I now live seem to think that no-one needs to work at weekends except for the unfortunates in shops and bars.

Getting to Mulhouse Station from Basel Airport

by jec_66

What is the best way to get to Mulhouse Ville Station from Basel Airport. On the airport's website it says there is a shuttle bus but that "At the moment the shuttle service to Mulhouse is interrupted."


RE: Getting to Mulhouse Station from Basel Airport

by altamiro

You can take the shuttle bus to Basel SBB station. From there there are frequent trains to Mulhouse. It will take much more time than a direct shuttle bus, but is guaranteed to work and not to cost too much.

2 years ago I was in a local train from Basel to Mulhouse and saw a station in building maybe 1 km from the airport building. Maybe the station is finshed now and you have to take a bus or taxi there?

Planning trip from Zweibrucken (Ryanair) to Mulhouse.

by Bilbek

G'day, I am planning to travel from Stansted to Zweibrucken by Ryanair Friday 14th August 09 and would like advice as to best method of public transport to travel to Mulhouse in France please.

Thanks in advance!

Re: Planning trip from Zweibrucken (Ryanair) to Mulhouse.

by christine.j

You're planning to? So you haven't booked yet?
First check if Ryanair are still flying to Zweibrücken in August. They're cancelling all flights to Zweibrücken this summer, but I don't know how when this will be effective.
If you have booked your flight to Zweibrücken, it will take along time to get to Mulhouse, with many changes involved.
If you haven't booked yet, book a flight to Baden Airpark Karlsruhe or Friedrichshafen Flugplatz. They're both much closer to Mulhouse and also better connected to the main train lines.

You can check the times at www. bahn.de. Click on English for the English version.

Re: Planning trip from Zweibrucken (Ryanair) to Mulhouse.

by leics

But if you have booked already:


will give you train times and details for almost all European trains.

Journey time from Zweibrucken Hauptbahnhof (main station) to Mulhouse Ville is around 5 hours. Fares are complicated because the journey involves several changes (at least 2, usually 3 or 4) and bahn.de does not carry fares for other countries. But you are looking at around 50+ euros for the German part of the journey, although one or two trains later in the day are offered at that price for the whole trip.

You can also get a bus from the airport (very few of these though) to Saarbrucken Hbf which offers simpler journeys to Mulhouse with fewer changes from around 70+ euro.


has bus timetables from the airport to Zweibruchen and Saarbrucken Hbf. Journey time is around 50 minutes.

Re: Planning trip from Zweibrucken (Ryanair) to Mulhouse.

by HansDK

What you save on the plane ticket you will spend on the train ticket. Plus the time and hassle.

easyjet have flights from Gatwick to Basel-Mulhouse. 14.08 GBP 48 - 13.08 GBP 28 - 12.08 GBP 24.

Ryanair have a flight from Stansted to Basel-Mulhouse. 13.08 GBP 33

Re: Planning trip from Zweibrucken (Ryanair) to Mulhouse.

by christine.j

If you can get a direct flight, by all means take it. Zweibrücken is the smallest airport I've ever flown from, very nice and free parking, but without a car really difficult to manage.

Travel Tips for Mulhouse

ARZENS "the egg" 1942

by globetrott

This car is another excemple of the design by the famous painter Arzens.
When you click on my picture, you may also get an idea of the total length of the other car designed by Arzens, the "Arzens "La Baleine" 1938" - it was over 7 meters, although it had just 2 seats.

It must have been quite impressive to drive such a long and unique car - as long as you find a big parking-lot!

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The small "egg" had just 1 cylindre / 5,5HP
and an engine of 125ccm and a top-speed of 80 km/h !!

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BENZ GR 1918

by globetrott

During the WW I Benz had been producing for the army only, but in 1918 the factory started the production of ordinary cars again with this car.

Somehow this car looks a bit funny and also in this car the chauffeur had to freeze in wintertime, while the bosses in the back of the car were able to sit safe and warm...

....obviously you did not learn ANYTHING from the Oktober-revolution, dear bosses ??

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Some technical details about this
Benz GR of 1918:
The engine has 4 cylindres and 2600 ccm
25HP and a maximum-speed of 70 km/h

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A lot of modern racing-cars

by globetrott

You will also find a lot of modern racing-cars in the Schlumpf-collection in Mulhouse.

Somehow these kind of cars are too modern for me and I also never watch them in a car-race like 24 hours of leMans etc.

Funny to see them with all of the audience in the back of the cars - it gives you the impression to be directely at the races...

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But I am sure, some of you will be glad that the Schlumpf-collection also shows great and interesting excemples of such cars as well.
Just click on the picture and search for your favorite cars !!
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Bugatti 50T Cabriolet of 1936

by globetrott

This lovely car was bought by Pierre Michelin - owner of Michelin-tyres - who was fond of cars with that very special kind of blue...

...And when you think of the small man in the advertisments of Michelin, you may imagine, how well this Bugatti matches the "idea of beauty" of Michelin.

Today the Michelin-company is also well known for its maps and restaurant-guides

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Some technical details about this
Bugatti Type 50T Cabriolet of 1936:
the engine had 8 cylindres and 4900 ccm
200HP and a top-speed of 165km/h

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