Basel is the third most populous city in northwestern Switzerland with about 166,000 inhabitants. It borders France and Germany and gives rise to the large international Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg airport. My visit to the city was short.
Bar Rouge is one of the highest bars in Europe, located on the 31st floor (the last one) of the tallest building in Basel. This bar can be compared to the Guinness Museum in Dublin. As the name suggests, the décor is all red. The best
The Anatomisches museum is in Basel and is a public museum, an exhibition explains the construction of the human body. At a time of growing health awareness, it provides objective information to interested visitors. It has a
Cargo Bar is on the Rhine and in an unusually quiet area ... In fact, although it is only two minutes from the center, it's very quiet in summer even if groups of friends get together for a drink! Funny thing is, is that they brought
Art Basel is the art expo in Europe ... it is an absolutely incredible exhibition. Thousands of square metres full of paintings, sculptures, etc ... the main British, American, French, Italian, Spanish, and Japanese galleries are
The Museum Kleines Klingental is one of the most visited museums of Basel city, in the province of Basel-Stadt, Switzerland. This place is a must as it features an unparalleled variety and quality of works. You'll not regret it and
We passed the border between France and Switzerland at Mulhouse and Bale. It's a special place because it's actually a triple border. There is an airport in the middle, Bale, Mulhouse, Freiburg, and there you are actually between
The Morgestraich of Bale is celebrated on Monday morning at four in the morning, when they turn on all the lights of the city and the Queen of Carnival takes possession. For 3 days, the city is turned upside down, it's totally
One of the largest collections in the world dedicated to the history of pharmacy. Alchemists ,laboratories, pharmacies, scientific instruments, ceramics and many other highlights are on display in a medieval house located in Basilea.
One of the biggest attractions of Basel is the Rhine, it's one of the most important rivers in the world and the only to the sea across the country. Probably because of that, historically the city became a very important strategic
Hello. I'm from Puebla, Mexico. I was living for some time in Basel and I had the opportunity to visit this museum. I found it really quite interesting. The first time I saw the city's fountains, they seemed "weird", but little by
Formerly called "Pig Square" because this animal has always been a great protagonist in traditional markets (because of how useful it was). Today, market square is the hub of the city, many trams pass by to take you anywhere, it
Ithas a number of famous cartoon characters with the methodology of a fossil researcher. The concepts and methods of science and art are pitted against each other. Offers selected works by contemporary artist based in Basel Hyunkoo
Basel was well defended by a great wall in medieval times. Today, you can admire the three gates of the great wall. Among the three, Spalantor is in the West, and St. Alban is on the other side. The first is splendid, reminiscent of
Houses an important collection of West African textiles collected systematically in the 1970s. In a 16-month trip from Lagos to Dakar, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation, the then curator of the African Department, Renee
I love discovering special places in cities. This is one of them. It is certainly the most attractive place at first glance, but it has a very cool story. It turns out that in this little store there is an artisan ve makes, that the
One of Basel's main sights, this old church is located on the Rhine River. While the church has been restored, it remains an icon of Romanesque and Gothic art. Musical events and masses are still held here.
Located in Switzerland, showing valuable items representing religious and everyday life. The museum's main objective is to ensure that the visitor is introduced into the Jewish customs and ceremonies. Among its collections, visitors
I had never visited Basel despite having visited Switzerland a few times, and I quickly regretted not having visited earlier once I started to walk through the old town. It was undoubtedly one of the biggest surprises of my adventure
Located near the fair grounds, the Museum of Contemporary Art has quite a reputation in Switzerland. In fact, the city of Basel itself is known for its cultural importance, so it's no wonder that the city houses today's great works
There are museums that are much better than what you expect them to be, which is how I feel about this interesting paper museum. It is located in a former paper mill and, therefore, in a place with lots of history where many books
What today is the history museum of the city, was formerly an ancient cathedral and a visit is most curious. It's a strange feeling to find instead of benches facing the altar, a counter selling books and memories. You walk around
The figure of Erasmus of Rotterdam was of vital importance in Switzerland and, in general, for all of Europe. His role in religious reform was historically recognized. An interesting thing to see is this nomadic Dutchman's house,
The Dolls House Museum is the largest of its kind in Europe with more than 6,000 items, including teddy bears (which is considered unique in terms of quantity), dolls, dollhouses and different miniatures. Temporary exhibitions are
In the historic heart of the city is the fascinating Tinguely Fountain, a quirky artist who left his mark in via mechanical fountains, some of which are like machines or robots that generate a great water movement. It may sound
Almost opposite the Swiss station is the French, it's surprising but true. It belongs to France and only French trains stop here, but it's within Basel and therefore on Swiss soil. A perk of belonging to a city that has historically
One of the most interesting sights in Basel is located at the border between Germany and France. In fact, its airport is shared by the three countries. This happens with the railways as well. There are several train stations, the
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