Crossing the Rhine on one of the four ferries is an absolute must. Summon the ferryman with the bell at the landing stage, board the ferry and unwind, just like the people of Basel have done for over 150 years.
It can rightly be claimed that the Kunstmusem Basel is a famous attraction, as it is often listed among the best museums in the world. So when in Basel you should definitely see for yourself why this is so.
There is probably no restaurant in Basel that is more typical of the city. For an informal get-together the locals meet for a in the "brown part" or in the spacious garden under the chestnut trees, or eat in the more elegant white part if they have something to celebrate.
The guild restaurants are a very special highlight in Basel's culinary scene. Centuries-old history meets culinary enjoyment. Enjoy a traditional dinner at one of the restaurants in the centre of town – an unforgettable Basel experience.
The best way to round off an action-packed day in Basel is with a delicious drink. The Volkshaus Bar, designed by Basel's star architects Herzog & de Meuron, offers a wide range of cocktails. The classic bar atmosphere and music make it the ideal place for a drink or aperitif after work before moving on to the neighbouring Volkshaus Brasserie for dinner.