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What's Mulhouse Like?

Like many of the gorgeous cities and villages in France, Mulhouse is set in a scenic and tranquil environment, with plenty to see and do and an interesting historical background to explore. Filled with friendly people, this is the perfect place to go and relax on a break either as a couple or with the whole family. If you want to take in some natural wonders, there is a nature reserve called Parc Zoologique & Botanique de Mulhouse which would be ideal for the kids. Maybe trainspotting is more up your street; if it is the Cite du Train museum will make for a fascinating day out. If something a little faster is in order, check out the high-speed sports vehicles at the National Automobile Museum. With so much to see and do, some careful excursion planning is going to be needed for your trip to Mulhouse.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Mulhouse

As a top holiday destination for people from all countries, France is very accommodating and well prepared for a high volume of tourist presence. Search through Hotels.com's wide range of Mulhouse hotels today. Millions of Brits travel to France every year and they have such a good time, they keep coming back. There are no real concerns about crime in France, other that that which you would expect in any other place. Normal precautions against theft are recommended and insurance is always advisable when travelling anywhere. You need to cover yourself in case of medical treatment so make sure your EHIC card is still valid and that your whole party is covered. Also, be prepared for mixed weather conditions. Depending on the season, warm weather is likely, you may also want to pack some warmer clothing just in case. If you don't already speak the lingo, why not learn a bit, it's fun and polite to try and communicate in their language, just like they will do for you.