Basel Day Tours
Basel elegantly sits astride the almighty Rhine that slices through the city giving way to Grossbasel and the ancient old town in the south and Kleinbasel, home to much of the nightlife on the north bank. The remarkable city in northern Switzerland is home to a juxtaposition of medieval and contemporary architecture is known for its wealth of galleries, museums and iconic buildings. Basel is known as the ‘cultural capital of Switzerland’ and is also home to the raucous annual Fasnacht festival that celebrates Swiss culture and hosts the world’s premier art exhibition. Exciting and colourful productions are staged in the city’s many theatres.
Basel Local Specialities
Basel is nestled on the borders of France and Germany. The vibrant city is home to a smorgasbord of delights that tempt your senses. Wander through the historic town and sample local food delicacies such as the Basler Leckerl, be inspired by its extraordinary art scene and appreciate the vibrant history through our Basel food tours
What to do while in Basel?
There are seemingly endless day trips from Basel that will allow you to explore the surrounding Swiss nature, heritage sites of national significance, scattered villages, castle ruins and breathtaking viewpoints from mountainous meadows and forest trails.
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There are many ways to discover the city with various Basel walking tours to pique your interest. The cultural hub of northern Switzerland boasts an exciting plethora of art galleries, museums and the zoological gardens. Unravel the mysteries and charms of this centuries-old town as you walk in the shadows of its iconic buildings.
The Art of Basel
Basel has earnt the nickname the ‘cultural capital of Switzerland’. Its enviable art scene boasts endless exhibitions, galleries, museums, sculpture, festivals and culture. With a gallery of some description, every square kilometre Basel’s art scene is regarded highly globally. Art Basel is iterated each year and attracts 100,000’s of visitors.