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This is Basel.
It’s raining – and you still want to explore a lot of the city? Take the sightseeing bus to the places of interest of Basel while staying comfortable and dry. You decide where to get off.
Purchase a panorama ticket at the Schifflände, Marktplatz or Barfüsserplatz stops and climb aboard a tram no. 16 in the direction of Bruderholz. This trip takes you from the city centre up to the peaceful residential district of Bruderholz, where your tram becomes tram no. 15. The tour continues from there, past museums, the trade fair and across the Mittlere Brücke bridge back to the Schifflände.
The Kletterhalle 7 in Basel offers climbing fun for the whole family, regardless of the weather. Choose the right level of difficulty from over 120 routes for lead climbing and top rope climbing in an area of 1687 m². Kletterhalle 7 also has a bouldering area (259 m²) with a separate weight-training board.
You don’t need to forego a visit to the zoo if it’s raining: the vivarium and primate house offer interesting alternatives to the open-air enclosures. Admire the colourful exotic fishes in the mysterious world of the vivarium. And the playful monkeys in the primate house will put everyone in a good mood.
If you are looking for an oasis of calm on a rainy day, you will find it at the Stellwerk St. Johann. Treat yourself to a soothing massage at the Dampfbad Basel.
What could be cosier than a cup of tea in a warm room when it’s cold and wet outside? Celebrate the British way of life in the lobby of the Les Trois Rois hotel and enjoy delicious teas and snacks.
There’s plenty of intriguing flora to discover in all seasons in the Botanical Garden of the University of Basel. Plunge into the fascinating world of the rainforest in the tropical house. Surrounded by tropical swamp and water plants, cacti or orchids, you can forget the outside world for a little while, especially in inclement weather.
Sipping coffee, reading a good book or working in a creative setting: the Foyer Public is a large public space at the Theater Basel that allows people to do things they have not been able to do in a while now.