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Culture without borders

In the very south of Alsace, at the confluence of the French, Swiss and German banks, you will discover the immense artistic and architectural heritage drained by the Rhine, the cradle of "Rhenish Humanism".

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Pedal the waterways

Go where the water goes, along the Rhine and the canals. Thanks to the "2 banks, 3 bridges" network of cycle tracks, you can pedal from one bank to the other, "leap-frogging" to and fro across the French, German and Swiss borders.

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Soak up nature in the Petite Camargue Alsacienne

If the Three Countries Region is at the crossroads of land, rail and air routes, it is also at the crossroads of waterways, which are as many corners of nature for all kinds of outdoor activities.

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The Rhine in all its facets

Water, omnipresent like a golden thread, will accompany you throughout your stay. Whether by the water, on the water or in the water, the Rhine is an extraordinary playground.

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To get here

The 3 Country Region has always been a European crossroad. You therefore benefit from exceptional accessibility by all modes of transport.

                        

Motorways:

From France: A36 from Lyon / Belfort. A35 from Paris / Strasbourg.
From Germany: A5 from Karlsruhe / Freiburg i.B.
From Switzerland: A1-E60 from Zürich. A-E25 and A2-E25-E35 from Bern.

Approximate time and distance from some cities :

Mulhouse 35 min 30 km
Colmar 45 min 65 km
Belfort 50 min 71 km
Zürich 1h15 100 km
Strasbourg 1h25 134 km
Frankfort 3h40 350 km
Milan 4h15 346 km
Lyon 4h 411 km
Paris 5h40 568 km
Marseille 7h 723 km

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information: 
Motorways website:www.autoroutes.fr
Bison futé: www.bison-fute.equipement.gouv.fr 
Via Michelin: www.viamichelin.fr

 

Railway:

SBB train station in Basel (CH) or in Mulhouse:

Mulhouse-Besançon 48 min
Bâle-Paris 3h
Mulhouse-Lyon 2h49
Mulhouse-Marseille 4h39

 

 

 

 

SNCF train station in Saint-Louis (FR) TER:

Mulhouse 15 min
Colmar 35 min
Strasbourg 1h10

 

 

 

For more informations: 
Website www.oui.sncf 
Fluo Grand Est: www.fluo.eu

 

Air:

Euroairport Basel/Mulhouse located 5 km away (shuttles between St. Louis train station and the airport every 20 minutes): www.euroairport.com et www.easyjet.com/fr .

If you have a flight from the airport and are looking for a car park to leave your car during your stay, there are several secure car parks with free shuttle service to and from the airport:

Bartenheim: www.bluepark.fr

Schlierbach: www.newairpark.com 

 

Bike :

Euro Velo 6 from Burgundy to the Rhine Falls of Schaffhausen in Switzerland and the German Black Forest: www.eurovelo6.org
Euro Velo 15 (Rhine cycle route) along the French-German Rhine to Strasbourg from Andermatt in Switzerland: www.velorouterhin.eu
Euro Vélo 5 from London to Rome through Alsace from north to south: www.eurovelo.com/en/eurovelos/eurovelo-5

 

Waterway:

The Rhine and the Grand Canal d'Alsace from Amsterdam, Strasbourg, Colmar and Basel / Rheinfelden as well as the Rhone-Rhine Canal from Burgundy and Mulhouse (possibility to stop at the marina of Kembs) www.vnf.fr/calculitinerairefluvial
GPS coordinates of the Tourist Office: latitude 47.60029537821053 and longitude 7.579450607299805.

 

For all your travels in Saint-Louis and the surrounding area, consult the following section "Once you are here"

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