Tour on the vintage tram Seat in the open-top summer carriage (without commentaries) Adults

Description

Want to see for yourself what it was like to travel around Basel a century ago? A nostalgic round trip on board the vintage tram takes you back to the year dot – with authentic sounds of yesteryear, a bumpy ride, and a top speed of 30 km/h. 

The motorized front carriage from the 1920s has 16 seats, with a tour guide providing live commentary in German and English. All passengers in this carriage receive a sanitized headset. 
 

If you’d rather do without the audio commentary and feel the summer wind in your hair, take a seat in the open-top summer carriage behind; built in 1905/1906, it has space for 18 people and is particularly suitable for families.  

The vintage tram tours Basel every Sunday from May to September, departing from the Swiss SBB railway station. 

Languages
German/English bilingual (there are no commentaries in the open summer carriage)

Time
11.00 am - 12.15 pm

Duration
approx. 75 minutes

Departure and arrival point
Tram stop "Bahnhof SBB", in front of Hotel Euler

Babies and Children
Young children who sit on an adult’s lap ride free of charge. There’s no need to book. Space for prams is limited.

Itinerary (subject to change)
Bahnhof SBB – Schützenhaus – Kannenfeldplatz – Voltaplatz – Dreirosenbrücke – Riehenring – Messeplatz – Claraplatz – Schifflände – Barfüsserplatz – Aeschenplatz – Denkmal – Heiliggeistkirche – Tellplatz – IWB – Markthalle – Bahnhof SBB  – Kirschgarten – Wettsteinplatz – Messeplatz – Claraplatz – Schifflände – Voltaplatz – Dreirosenbrücke – Feldbergstrasse – Claraplatz – Schifflände – Barfüsserplatz – Aeschenplatz – Bahnhof SBB 

Trams have long been an important element of Basel life. Our trip on a vintage tram will provide a window on the past: giving you a feeling of what it was like to travel around the city a hundred years ago. 

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