The majority of the trains from Paris to Mulhouse whizz down the high speed route as they are TGVs heading to the city, or Lyria services calling in Mulhouse on route to Switzerland.
When the 'Prems' tickets are still available, they can also be the cheapest option.
There are also much less frequent TER trains which still take the older, conventional route.
They can be cheaper, particularly when buying tickets last minute at the station, but users of InterRail and Eurail passes who want to avoid the rail pass reservation fees, can target these trains.
When travelling between most cities by train there is only one logical option, though on other journeys there is a choice between different trains or alternative routes. If different options are available you can use the info to decide which is best for you.
2hr 44min - 3hr 6min
Daily =6 x Lyria Trains per day
Mon-Fri = 5 x TGV trains per day
Saturday = 4 x TGV trains
Sunday=5 x TGV trains
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