Train Paris → Mulhouse
travellers in 2015
years of rail travel experience
Main stations in Paris and Mulhouse
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Reviews & ratings Paris - Mulhouse
A quick and enjoyable journey
The trip to Strasbourg was very comfortable. The train departed and arrived on time.
I had a global eurail pass but still had to pay a reservation fee. This is inconvenient for those with a pass. I didn'tlike the fact that all express trains in France require a booking for those with a pass.
THESE TRAIN ARE FAST COMFORT AND ALWAYS ON TIME ON DEPARTURE AND ON ARRIVAL THAT'S BEAUTY. I LOVED MY JOURNEYS
Yes indeed it was very fast and smooth. But - clealiness of windows and wagon was quite poor. there was no internet. some of the electrical sockets did not work. from my seat i could not see there was a screen with messages. thus I learnt about its restaurant only when i got off the train.
very confortable, easy and fast trip.
there were no clear signs in barcelona train station and we nearly got onto the wrong train. and it turned out we were only on the domestic train. As we handed our ticket to the high speed train, the ticket manager was pointing out to us that we had to travel through another train, which could have been free at the time. we were very confused as none of them really spoke English
The price is not synchronized with sncf , which is sometimes cheaper than booking here.
Good. Fast. On-time. But questions: 1) would it have been better in time and cost to go directly to Belfort TGV instead of Mulhouse. 2)Train was crowded with families. Wondered if we should have bought 1st class for more room. Will check next time.
There was no place to put my bags in, there was no numbers on chairs, the train itself was comfortable and quite smooth
Escalators not working at Gare Lyon made it very difficult with heavy luggage. Then the luggage space on the train was too small and a nightmare. Once seated there was plenty of comfort and a smooth trip.
I took an early morning train and really hoped for it to be on time, since I had a connecting train to Paris from Mulhouse, the train was comfortable and dot on time, but I did not found the Mulhouse station very convenient, like there were no elevators for luggage in sight to change platform with our heavy luggage, out Paris TGV platform no was wrongly displayed, so we kept waiting on the wrong platform, barely missed our train! But that's nothing to do with the Basel-Mulhouse train.
We found our journey very comfortable and enjoyed it however we thought as travelling first class we were to get refreshments served.
Recently travelled Europe with family. Trains were excellent and on time. One ticket checker was very funny and friendly. Only problem was getting the ticket printed at station.All other tickets were delivered in India but ticket for Paris to basel was to be printed at station (I don't know why , when money was paiid in India along with other tickets) we reacbed station at 750 am for 8 23 am train. Thinking we have to go to kiosk and get it printed. When we reached we had to go to the rail Europe office where around 25 persons were waiting for whatever reasons. My number was showing estimated wait time 22 minute that means 8.21 am. I approached staff for help. Initially he hesitated but afterwards went to one officer and got the tickets printed. Overall experience was good but trains are very expensive especially for Indians where trains are very cheap