The route between London and Mulhouse takes around two and a half hours, and will transport British visitors to a beautiful city on the border between France and Switzerland. The route is operated by a number of firms, but a cheap flight may be secured with easyJet by searching on price comparison websites. EasyJet fly from London Gatwick, while BA fly from Heathrow and Swiss International from London City, so there is plenty of choice.After the flight, the airport at Mulhouse is located around 13 miles from town, but transit into the city can be tricky. Buses head to St Louis where travellers can catch a train, but a cab is recommended and will cost around £25.
To travel between London and Mulhouse at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Mulhouse flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Mulhouse flights by departure date.
Mulhouse has been an industrial centre since the nineteenth century, and the Cite de l'Automobile reflects this heritage. See a huge and stunningly kept collection of vintage sports cars (with an emphasis on sleek Bugattis) and don't forget to take an audio guide with you when you enter.2 Visit the city's textile museum
Mulhouse is full of industrial museums which, while they may sound a little dry, are actually really fascinating. The textile museum brings to life the history of the city's premier product, showcasing beautiful fabrics and clothes that were produced in the city. Any fashion fans or designers will find the collection inspiring.3 Learn about the French railways
Long the envy of the world, French railways also have a world-class museum to match, and fortunately, it is just outside town. See trains from the entire history of locomotion, from primitive steam models to the very best that SNCF can offer, and learn in style with comprehensive audio guides.4 Head across the border to Switzerland
The elegant and charming city of Basel is a short drive away from town, and has a gorgeous medieval old town with churches, markets and shops aplenty. Basel is an ideal place to visit for souvenirs, and offers a great counterpoint to the industry and energy of Mulhouse. Don't miss the superb art and design museums as well as the thirteenth century Cathedral.5 Rent a bike and explore Alsace
Alsace has long been a mecca for cyclists, and bikes can be rented cheaply in the centre of town. Buy a map, strap on a helmet and head out to explore quaint villages, great restaurants and beautiful scenery.