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Basel - a.n. photo

“I used the BaselCard for free public transport, and there is also a discount for museum tickets. 🙂 public transport is one of the best things about this city. I loved the green trams, it's easy to get from a to b, and everything is signposted and written as it should be.
There is no shortage of museums. I can wholeheartedly recommend the Paper Museum (Basler Papiermühle) and the Kunsthalle.
In addition, if you go on a Saturday, the Petersplatz flea market is very interesting, and even the road leading there is an adventure, winding uphill among the beautiful old houses. 😍
I think Basel is worth a weekend, especially as there are plenty of places you can easily visit from here.” (S.M., 2019)


Practicals

Transport

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Basel - tram - n.a. photo

Basel - tram - n.a. photo

Accomodation

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Basel - Hotel zum Spallenbrunnen - s.p. photo

Food

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Basel - Restaurant zum Isaak - n.a. photo

Public safety

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Basel - well-targeted dragon killing - n.a. photo

Others

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Basel - riverside - n.a. photo

Basel - riverside - n.a. photo

Background

Basel - Barfuesserplatz (square) - s.p. photo

Destination in brief

Population (in 2021): 562,000

Nowadays

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Basel - city center - n.a. photo

Basel - downtown - n.a. photo

Attractions

Town Hall (Rathaus Basel)

Basel - Town Hall - n.a. photo

Basel - Town Hall - n.a. photo

Basel - Town Hall - n.a. photo

Basel - Town Hall - n.a. photo

Old Town

Basel - Old Town - n.a. photo

Squares

Basel - Münsterplatz - n.a. photo

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