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Saint-Louis is in Grand-Est. Despite being separated from it by an international border, it serves in many ways as a suburb of Basel, including being linked to its tram network.


Get in[edit]

By plane[edit]

1 EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse. The airport shared by Basel and Mulhouse (and with different IATA codes assigned to each nominal city) actually sits mostly on the territory of Saint-Louis. EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg (Q156971) on Wikidata EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg on Wikipedia

Getting there: bus 11 runs from Gare de Saint-Louis, €2.50 (Aug 2018). Taxi from Saint-Louis costs around €15-€20, and from Basel €20-€25.

By tram[edit]

A tram line across the border from neighbouring Basel opened in December 2017. There are plans to eventually extend the line all the way to the airport.

By bus[edit]

Buses 603, 604, and 607 run from Basel (from the Schifflände bus stop), €2.80 (Aug 2018). In France, these routes drop the leading "60", and thus are numbered 3, 4, and 7 respectively.

By train[edit]

The railway line connecting Basel and Strasbourg passes through Saint-Louis.

Get around[edit]

Map of Saint-Louis (Haut-Rhin)

The Distribus company operates a dozen bus routes inside the town. Bus maps can be found on the Distribus website[dead link]. A single ticket costs €1.70, return €2.80. Crossborder INFLEX ticket to Basel - €2.80 or Fr. 3.10.






  • 1 Restaurant Lila, 1 Croisée des Lys.
  • 2 Elbistan, 14 Av. Général de Gaulle.
  • 3 Dk express, 54 Rue de Mulhouse.
  • 4 Le Second Printemps, 43 Rue de Huningue.


  • 5 La Diligence, 8 Rue de Mulhouse. Alsace restaurant
  • 6 Le Trianon, 46 Rue de Mulhouse. French cuisine.




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