Feel our top 5 sensory experiences in Mulhouse…

See over 400 cars on display at the Schlumpf Collection. This is one of the world’s largest and most extraordinary automobile collections, including prestigious Bugattis among many others.

Hear the history of the town from a ‘Greeter’, a local inhabitant passionate about sharing their knowledge of the city.

Smell kougelhopf in a local patisserie – a light, yeasted marble cake traditionally baked in a circular mould and and stippled with raisins.

Taste Alsace wines. Mulhouse is the gateway to the famous and picturesque Alsace Wine Route, along which you can explore beautiful medieval villages and taste wines directly from the growers.

Touch textiles at the Musée de l’Impression. This museum bears witness to Mulhouse’s textile heritage, demonstrating the fabric printing process and harbouring a vast library of textile samples, available to designers and professionals.

At the heart of Alsace between the River Rhine and the Vosges mountains, Mulhouse (External link) is a dynamic city break destination. It has a rich heritage and some exceptional museums, and was the first Alsatian city to become a recognised Ville d’Art et d’Histoire (Town of Art and History) thanks to its distinctive architecture. Enjoy 14th-century stained-glass windows, Renaissance façades, parks and gardens inherited from past centuries and boutiques following the trends from next-door-neighbours Switzerland and Germany.

Getting to MulhouseBy air: Mulhouse International AirportBy train: 3h from Paris by TGV

Further information:Mulhouse Tourist Office9, Avenue Foch68100 MulhouseTel. +33 (0)3 89 35 48 48 (External link)