Often called ‘EuroAirport’, Bâle-Mulhouse-Fribourg International Airport is a Franco-Swiss airport complex situated in Saint-Louis, Alsace. Seventh busiest airport in France and third in Switzerland, in 2014 Bâle-Mulhouse-Fribourg Airport handled more than 6 million passengers. Thanks to twenty or so airlines that operate from the airport, Bâle-Mulhouse-Fribourg provides more than 80 frequent, daily flights to Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. Covering 32,767 m², the complex has one terminal divided into two parts, namely one Swiss and one French, with 4 halls in total. Bâle-Mulhouse-Fribourg Airport offers multiple parking options – drop off, parking meters alongside short and long term parking, depending on passenger needs. The complex has 10 conference halls, a huge lounge measuring more than 1,500 m² and several shops. Bâle-Mulhouse-Fribourg Airport also provides passengers with several currency exchange points, cashpoints as well as a fast food outlet for passengers who find themselves in a hurry.
Book a flight for your holiday in Mulhouse, conveniently situated on the border of France, Germany and Switzerland. With a thriving industrial tourist trade, this European melting pot may not have Strasbourg’s fame, but is, nonetheless, home and neighbour to an impressive cultural heritage. At less than forty kilometers from Mulhouse you’ll find Basel, with over 30 museums, a famous red Town Hall and beautifully preserved examples of 16th Century architecture. You can easily Reserve a hotel room in Mulhouse in any one of its appealing quarters and let the charm of Alsace seduce you. With its famous Alsace white wines, storks that nest in its gables and houses decked with geraniums, Mulhouse is also home to the Schlumpf Museum, the largest car museum in the world! Textile lovers amongst you will enjoy the Musée de l’Impression sur Etoffes with its expansive collection of textile motifs. With several million exhibits, it’s an unusual and rare find. As for the Mulhouse Town Hall, it’s an explosion of red and rose tones, so typical of the Renaissance architecture in this part of France.