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Guidebook for Lutter

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Guidebook for Lutter

Food Scene
Good old taste: typical Alsatian, rustic room with a beautiful wooden floor. Great service with a touch of home. Fish, meat, herbs and vegetables are home grown, mushrooms and venison in autumn from the adjacent forest, everything is recommended. Good prices.
Café Restaurant Au Cheval Blanc
21 Rue Principale
Good old taste: typical Alsatian, rustic room with a beautiful wooden floor. Great service with a touch of home. Fish, meat, herbs and vegetables are home grown, mushrooms and venison in autumn from the adjacent forest, everything is recommended. Good prices.
Very friendly staff, a nice selection of local wines and of course the classic Alsatian cuisine, well prepared and presented.
Auberge Paysanne
1 Rue de Wolschwiller
Very friendly staff, a nice selection of local wines and of course the classic Alsatian cuisine, well prepared and presented.
A card that makes you want to taste everything. Good food, good wine, good service - all in a relaxed atmosphere.
Restaurant Au Chaudron Vieux Ferrette
15 Place de l'Ancienne Forge
A card that makes you want to taste everything. Good food, good wine, good service - all in a relaxed atmosphere.
Croissants & baguettes
Boulangerie-pâtisserie Fritschy
1 Rue de Raedersdorf
Croissants & baguettes
Getting Around
Swiss Railway Station, Basel
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Bahnhof Basel SBB
10 Centralbahnstrasse
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Swiss Railway Station, Basel
Endstation from tram no. 10 from / to Basel. The tram runs every half an hour ( X:11 and X:41) First tram 05:11 Last tram from Basel SBB: 22:35
Rodersdorf, Station
Endstation from tram no. 10 from / to Basel. The tram runs every half an hour ( X:11 and X:41) First tram 05:11 Last tram from Basel SBB: 22:35
Equipment for hire: electric bicycle, bikes / MTB Closed on Mondays
3 Rue de Lucelle
3 Rue de Lucelle
Equipment for hire: electric bicycle, bikes / MTB Closed on Mondays
Essentials
Mini Market with everything you need Opening hours Monday to Friday: 8:00 - 12:00 and 14:30 - 19:00, Saturday: 7:30 - 17:00
8 à Huit
32 Rue Principale
Mini Market with everything you need Opening hours Monday to Friday: 8:00 - 12:00 and 14:30 - 19:00, Saturday: 7:30 - 17:00
Here you can find everything you need for your life (bread, fish, meat, wine, etc.). Opening hours: from Monday to Thursday: 8:00 - 19:30, Friday : 8:00 - 20:00, Saturday: 8:00 - 19:30
Simply Market
20 A Rue de la 1ère Armée
Here you can find everything you need for your life (bread, fish, meat, wine, etc.). Opening hours: from Monday to Thursday: 8:00 - 19:30, Friday : 8:00 - 20:00, Saturday: 8:00 - 19:30
Shopping
Bernard Antony is regarded by many gourmets as the best cheese refiner in France. In his shop in the inconspicuous Vieux-Ferrette, celebrities and normal people are queuing up. For the cheese guru no reason to deviate from its principles or to adapt its offer even to modernity.
Antony Cheese Breeder
5 Rue de la Montagne
Bernard Antony is regarded by many gourmets as the best cheese refiner in France. In his shop in the inconspicuous Vieux-Ferrette, celebrities and normal people are queuing up. For the cheese guru no reason to deviate from its principles or to adapt its offer even to modernity.
Biodynamic production of organic goat cheese. Direct sale to the consumer at the goat farm on Friday afternoons or by appointment.
du Geissberg EARL
22 Rue Principale
Biodynamic production of organic goat cheese. Direct sale to the consumer at the goat farm on Friday afternoons or by appointment.
Arts & Culture
The Cité de l'Automobile - National Museum of Schlumpf, with an exhibition area of ​​25,000 m², of which 17,000 in a single giant hall, is the world 's largest automobile museum. Rolls-Royce, Mercedes and Bugattii, the most prestigious car in the world ... all brands of rank are represented here. bb
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Cité de l'Automobile
15 Rue de l'Épée
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The Cité de l'Automobile - National Museum of Schlumpf, with an exhibition area of ​​25,000 m², of which 17,000 in a single giant hall, is the world 's largest automobile museum. Rolls-Royce, Mercedes and Bugattii, the most prestigious car in the world ... all brands of rank are represented here. bb
This art makes a good mood. The fantastic machines are not simply on the ground but run also at certain times of the day (about every 15 minutes). The TV documentaries are also informative and worth seeing. 2 hours should be scheduled for Tinguely museum at least.
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Tinguely Museum
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This art makes a good mood. The fantastic machines are not simply on the ground but run also at certain times of the day (about every 15 minutes). The TV documentaries are also informative and worth seeing. 2 hours should be scheduled for Tinguely museum at least.
For some it is one of the most beautiful museum in the world: the rooms are generous and light-flooded, the building is ingeniously embedded in a designed nature. A water basin connects the garden with the construction. In 1997 the museum was opened according to plans by Renzo Piano. For 50 years, the gallery owner Beyeler collected the Classical Modernism. Claude Monet's "Seerosenweiher" has here a place of honor, but also the painting by Paul Cézanne, Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein or Francis Bacon. They are shown together with tribal art from Africa, Oceania and Alaska. Highly recommended!
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Fundación Beyeler
101 Baselstrasse
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For some it is one of the most beautiful museum in the world: the rooms are generous and light-flooded, the building is ingeniously embedded in a designed nature. A water basin connects the garden with the construction. In 1997 the museum was opened according to plans by Renzo Piano. For 50 years, the gallery owner Beyeler collected the Classical Modernism. Claude Monet's "Seerosenweiher" has here a place of honor, but also the painting by Paul Cézanne, Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein or Francis Bacon. They are shown together with tribal art from Africa, Oceania and Alaska. Highly recommended!
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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Coleccion Publica de Arte de Basilea
16 St. Alban-Graben
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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.
This huge cube in the Basel suburbs is worth a visit, just because of its futuristic architecture by Herzog & de Meuron. It is neither a museum nor a warehouse, but a place to store works from the Emmanuel Hoffmann Foundation. This completely new place opens only to special exhibitions of the public. The avant-garde installations are outstanding in the rooms on the ground floor and on the ground floor. The conclusion is a visit to the bookstore and the bar, which seem to originate from the Moloko Bar of Clockwork Orange. https://www.schaulager.org/en/schaulager
Laurenz-Stiftung Schaulager
19 Ruchfeldstrasse
This huge cube in the Basel suburbs is worth a visit, just because of its futuristic architecture by Herzog & de Meuron. It is neither a museum nor a warehouse, but a place to store works from the Emmanuel Hoffmann Foundation. This completely new place opens only to special exhibitions of the public. The avant-garde installations are outstanding in the rooms on the ground floor and on the ground floor. The conclusion is a visit to the bookstore and the bar, which seem to originate from the Moloko Bar of Clockwork Orange. https://www.schaulager.org/en/schaulager
Sightseeing
According to legend, the little town of St-Ursanne was founded by the Irish monk Ursicinus, who lived as a hermit on this isolated spot. Even today, this place possesses a magnetic power of attraction.
St-Ursanne
According to legend, the little town of St-Ursanne was founded by the Irish monk Ursicinus, who lived as a hermit on this isolated spot. Even today, this place possesses a magnetic power of attraction.
Nestled among vineyards, its traditional houses, canals, floral displays, amazing cuisine, famous wines and charming accommodation make Colmar an outstanding microcosm of Alsace. Do not miss the Unterlinden-Museum with the Isenheimer Altar from Matthias Grunewald. It is an outstanding art museum with a large collection of objects from the Neolithic to the present.
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Colmar
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Nestled among vineyards, its traditional houses, canals, floral displays, amazing cuisine, famous wines and charming accommodation make Colmar an outstanding microcosm of Alsace. Do not miss the Unterlinden-Museum with the Isenheimer Altar from Matthias Grunewald. It is an outstanding art museum with a large collection of objects from the Neolithic to the present.
Ferrette Castle is one of the oldest in Alsace, first mentioned in 1100. The castle was burnt during the French Revolution and later served as a stone quarry. Today, the ruins are privately owned but remain open to the public. The upper and lower parts of the castle offer exceptional views of three countries: the French Vosges, the Swiss Juras and the German side forest.
Ferrette
Ferrette Castle is one of the oldest in Alsace, first mentioned in 1100. The castle was burnt during the French Revolution and later served as a stone quarry. Today, the ruins are privately owned but remain open to the public. The upper and lower parts of the castle offer exceptional views of three countries: the French Vosges, the Swiss Juras and the German side forest.
http://www.experience.alsace/en/
Route du Vin
http://www.experience.alsace/en/
There is little I enjoy more than heading off on a sunny, summer day for a bbq and a beer by the Rhine. There are always lots of people of all nationalities, young and old, enjoying the summer by grilling, having a few cold drinks, and soaking up the sun. The atmosphere is generally very good, peaceful and relaxed. Not to be missed! https://www.slrg.ch/de/nw/sektionen/basel/rheinschwimmen/basler-rheinschwimmen.html
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Buvette DreiRosen
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There is little I enjoy more than heading off on a sunny, summer day for a bbq and a beer by the Rhine. There are always lots of people of all nationalities, young and old, enjoying the summer by grilling, having a few cold drinks, and soaking up the sun. The atmosphere is generally very good, peaceful and relaxed. Not to be missed! https://www.slrg.ch/de/nw/sektionen/basel/rheinschwimmen/basler-rheinschwimmen.html
Entertainment & Activities
The Basel Zoo is home to more than 600 species of animals: Watch snowpeaks on their rocks. Or explore the Asian animal world with tanks and dwarfs right next door. Or the new elephant plant "Tembea". And in the vivarium of the zoo, you will discover the underwater world with a colourful variety of marine animals such as seahorses, sharks or penguins. (Station "Zoo" with tram no. 10 from Rodesdorf / Bahnhof SBB)Open daily: January - February 8:00 - 17:30 March - April 8:00 - 18:00 May - August 8:00 - 18:30 September - October 8:00 - 18:00 November - December 8:00 - 17:30 http://www.zoobasel.ch/en/
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Zoo
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The Basel Zoo is home to more than 600 species of animals: Watch snowpeaks on their rocks. Or explore the Asian animal world with tanks and dwarfs right next door. Or the new elephant plant "Tembea". And in the vivarium of the zoo, you will discover the underwater world with a colourful variety of marine animals such as seahorses, sharks or penguins. (Station "Zoo" with tram no. 10 from Rodesdorf / Bahnhof SBB)Open daily: January - February 8:00 - 17:30 March - April 8:00 - 18:00 May - August 8:00 - 18:30 September - October 8:00 - 18:00 November - December 8:00 - 17:30 http://www.zoobasel.ch/en/