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Known as "the French Manchester", the industrial town of Mulhouse located in Eastern France is close to the borders of both Germany and Switzerland. In fact, Mulhouse shares its airport with Freiburg, Germany, and Basel, Switzerland. This interesting city is also known for its famed museums dedicated to automobiles, railways, electricity, and textiles. Discover the historical monuments of the Saint-Etienne Temple and the Town Hall as you stroll through the old town. Witness the street theater in the Scènes de Rue or participate in the Christmas market in this happening square, the Place de la Réunion. You'll need a comfortable place to stay during your vacation in Mulhouse, and Venere offers that and more. All you have to do is choose the accommodation that suits you best from the range of Mulhouse hotels at Venere.

What's Mulhouse Like?

Mulhouse is rightfully recognized as the "Town of Art and History" due to the presence of its many museums. Enjoy a visit to two of the largest and famous museums in Europe: Cité de l'Automobile(the Automobile museum) and the Musée Français du Chemin de Fer (the Railway Museum). It's worth visiting the Zoological and Botanical Garden in Mulhouse to view the collections of local and exotic plants and more than 190 species of animals, a treat for young and old alike. Saint-Etienne is a Protestant church built in the neo-Gothic style and located in the center of the city at the Place de la Réunion. It is also a popular venue for various cultural events, especially during Christmas season. Enjoy all of Mulhouse's interesting sights by booking your stay at any of the quality Mulhouse hotels listed at Venere.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Mulhouse

Mulhouse has a good railway network that connects it to the important destinations of France such as Paris, Belfort, Besançon, Strasbourg, Montpellier, Marseille, Lyon, and Lille. It's convenient to move within Mulhouse via its well-developed network of buses and trams. It is not expected that you be fluent in the local language when you arrive but a few practiced phrases here and there will endear you to the residents for sure. When you are touring the city, remember to indulge in the local Alsacian gastronomic specialties such as bäckeoffa, choucroute, bibbalakas, tarte flambée, and matelote among other traditional dishes. It's convenient to travel to Germany or Switzerland from Mulhouse, either by train or car. Make sure that you book your accommodation at Venere from among the excellent Mulhouse hotels today and ensure that you get the best deals and real-time rates. We offer an easy online booking process as well as the option to deal with one of our agents in up to 11 different languages.