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I've just had a nice weekend in Mulhouse that was nearly spoiled by pickpockets as I boarded the TGV to Paris this morning. It involved 2 women, one if whom offered to help me with my bag while her accomplice went for my pocket. They...More
During christmas this old town is really beautiful with the special decoration and christmas lights. Also its not far from the train station and you can walk to go there. I will recomend to visit the old town of this city.
The historical buidlings in this town are quite impressive and characteristic. A day is enough to see it, but worthwhile the stop. There are a couple of nice shopping streets as well, and some interesting restaurants. I would skip the market altogether. We parked for...More
This is a pleasant place to visit. Worth a look but it does not compare to Colmar or the villages of the Alsace. Mulhouse itself is a large city but it does not have the vibe of Colmar or the villages and more complex to...More
This gem of a museum is a must-see for textile fans, with examples of the development of the art of printing fabric throughout the centuries in Alsace. Especially of interest to American history buffs will be the connection between the cotton industry and France's assistance...More
Beautiful, interesting, attractive, clean area, build with clear influence of the german/swiss neighbooors, due to many years of occupation in the past. The protestant church in the reunion square is a magnific historic construction, perfectly conserved, deserves a visit (check opening days and time). Narrow...More