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Tram Station
“Central station with connection to France, Germany and the rest of Switzerland”
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Plaza
“Basel Messe - Venue of all important trade shows. You can get there by tram 2 from Kunstmuseum or 14, 15 from Aeschenplatz.”
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Zoo
“Beautiful park with Lions, Elephant, crocodile, kangaroo, birds, aquatic animals, fantastic for children...”
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Bar de cocteles
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“It is great for tourists because it has a great view. Fun fact: Don't miss out on using the bathrooms there. It has a window wall in front of you but because the place is so far up, nobody can see you.”
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Iglesia
“Beautiful and iconic medieval cathedral perched atop the cliffs above the Rhine. It is free to visit, the cloisters on the side offer a nice oasis of peace and quiet, and the esplanade at the back offer beautiful views of the Rhine and Kleinbasel below.”
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Museo de arte
“tinguely.ch The Museum Tinguely is an art museum in Basel, Switzerland that contains a permanent exhibition of the works of Swiss painter and sculptor Jean Tinguely. Direction: 4 Min walk to the bus station Forellenweg, 8 min bus ride (3 stations).”
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Route
“The main cathedral in Basel based in a beautiful square with lovely views over the town and river.”
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Tienda de electrónica
“From prestigious luxury brands in fashion and jewelry to libraries, coffee shops and restaurants -along the Freie Strasse you'll be able to find whatever your shopping-heart desires!”
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History Museum
“The Kunstmuseum Basel houses the largest and most significant public art collection in Switzerland, and is listed as a heritage site of national significance. Key works from the 19th century include the Impressionists represented by Édouard Manet, Claude Monet, Paul Gauguin, Paul Cézanne as well as the paintings by Vincent van Gogh and Switzerland’s Arnold Böcklin and Ferdinand Hodler. In the 20th century, the focus is on works of Cubism with Picasso, Braque and Juan Gris. Expressionism is represented by such figures as Edvard Munch, Franz Marc, Oskar Kokoschka and Emil Nolde. The collection also includes works from Constructivism, Dadaism and Surrealism and American art since 1950. ”
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Playground
“One of Basel's largest parks, Kannenfelpark is a great place to run a few laps or just sit down and enjoy the day”
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Café
“Arguably the best coffee place in Basel. Sometimes the service is a bit snobby. Gets crowded on weekends.”
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Stadium
“fcb.ch / St. Jakob Park is a Swiss sports stadium in Basel. It is the largest football venue in Switzerland and home to FC Basel. "Joggeli" it is called by the locals. Tipp: Visit a soccer game of the best soccer team in Switzerland, FC Basel. The fans give it a great atmosphere through their chants.”
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Bar de cocteles
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“This is a bar with high-quality cocktails (even bartenders go there for a drink on their nights off). Also, the ambience is very nice - the entire place is like a hangar with an industrial vibe, the ceilings are super high and there is plenty of couches.”
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Plaza
“The city hall of Basel right at Market Square is a beautifully preserved building from the Middle Ages and had to be re-build after the earthquake from 1356.”
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Parada de autobús
“A unique and interesting museum, even if you're not very into art. Jean Tinguely makes installations, which you can see all over Basel (one is right in front of the Basel Theatre).”
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Fountain
“A Tingueli masterpiece, with a coffee, a restaurant, the Theater of Basel, and the Kultkino (alternative cinema) right beside or below. ”
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