Come to the Three Countries Region
All roads lead to the Three Countries Region. Whatever your means of transport, you can easily reach your destination.
The Three Countries Region is found at the intersection of many French, German and Swiss motorways.
On the French side, the region is accessible coming from Paris / Strasbourg via the A35 and from Lyon / Belfort via the A36.
In Germany, you should take the A5 coming from Karlsruhe / Freiburg.
Finally, in Switzerland, the A2 and A3 will lead you to Basel.
Mulhouse, Saint-Louis, Basel and Lörrach can be accessed by TGV or TER. Many other towns are also linked to the railway network. Information and booking at:
Approximate Journey Length
- Paris-Mulhouse (3h)
- Lyon-Mulhouse (3h)
- Geneva-Basel (2h50)
- Zurich-Basel (1h)
- Karlsruhe-Basel (1h45)
- Karlsruhe-Lörrach (2h)
Travelling via Train with Your Bicycle
You can travel with your bike, free of charge or by reservation, on many trains. The conditions vary depending on the network. Check before your journey:
- SNCF French railway network  and the Grand Est region TER
- Swiss railway network
- German railway network
More information on trains circulating in Baden-Württemberg
- Trinational S-Bahn Basel Line linking Basel/Weil am Rhein with Zell im Wiesental.
The Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg EuroAirport is an international airport. Flights to and from many European cities take place each day.
Shuttle buses allow the stations of Saint-Louis and Basel to be reached in 10 and 20 minutes respectively.
It is also possible to rent a car via the different on-site rental agencies, or to take a taxi.
Many bus companies operate in the Three Countries Region.
- For long journeys: Flixbus, Eurolines
- For regional journeys: itinerary calculator for Baden-Württemberg, journeys in north-eastern Switzerland, journeys in the Grand Est
- For all cross-border travel in the Three Countries Region, see the TriRegio website. You can buy a ticket which is valid in all fare zones near the borders of the three countries.
Whether it's EuroVelo 5 Via Romea Francigena, EuroVelo 6 Atlantic – Black Sea or EuroVelo 15 along the Rhine, each of these routes will lead you to the Three Countries Region.