Nature & small heritage
35,79 Km
2 h 23 min
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Cernay / Mulhouse
Cernay
Mulhouse
The EuroVelo 5 route leaves behind the Véloroute du Vignoble d'Alsace and the vine-covered slopes to cross the Alsace Plain and its potassium basin for the town of Mulhouse. Close to the well-flowered town of Ensisheim, Ungersheim boasts two unmissable sites: the Ecomusée d'Alsace and the Parc du Petit Prince, a delight for young and old. As to Mulhouse, combining tradition and modernity, it has major museums linked to its industries, hence its nickname of ‘European capital of technological museums’! The town has also been designated a Territoire Vélo, given provisions for cyclists.
92 m 30 m

The route

This stage links the Véloroute du Vignoble d'Alsace with the Mulhouse urban area, alternating between cycle tracks along greenways and stretches on quiet roads. Follow the signposting for EuroVelo 5. You enter the town of Mulhouse via a cycle path.

SNCF train stations

Mulhouse train station

  • Regional TER line serving Strasbourg - Sélestat - Colmar - Mulhouse - Saint-Louis (Basel)
  • Regional TER line serving Colmar - Mulhouse
  • High-speed TGV line to Mulhouse (serving Paris, Strasbourg, Dijon and more)

Don’t miss

  • Pulverhseim: Carreau Rodolphe (former potassium mine open to visitors).
  • Ungersheim : Ecomusée d'Alsace (open-air museum, recreating an early 20th-century Alsatian village); Parc du Petit Prince (a theme park).
  • Ensisheim: a town awarded four flowers for its floral displays in the French national scheme.
  • Sausheim: a town awarded four flowers in the national scheme.

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