Information on the coronavirus (COVID-19)
Hotels, sights, museums, theatres, concert venues, restaurants, shops and leisure facilities welcome you to Basel. The following hygiene and safety measures are in place to keep locals and visitors safe.
People aged 12 years and older will be required to wear masks in the indoor and outdoor areas of all facilities and businesses accessible to the public and in public spaces where the social distancing rules cannot be complied with, in busy pedestrian zones, across the entire public transport network and in aircraft, at bus stations and tram stops, as well as in railway stations and airports.
Restaurants, cafés and bars will be able to reopen their outside seating areas from 19 April 2021. Please contact the restaurant directly for information on opening hours.
The indoor areas of hotel restaurants will remain open for hotel guests only.
From 19 April 2021, events will be permitted under certain conditions: the number of visitors is limited to 100 people at outdoor venues (e.g. open-air concerts) and 50 people indoors (e.g. theatres, concerts and cinemas). Guided city tours and museum tours take place with up to 15 people. Before your visit, please check the calendar of events or contact the respective organizer directly.
Outdoor gatherings of family and friends are limited to a maximum of 15 people.
Nightclubs remain closed.
Current information and conditions of entry into Switzerland can be found here:
When entering Switzerland from certain areas, it is compulsory to report to the cantonal authorities and to go into quarantine. The Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) maintains a continuously updated list of these areas. The persons concerned will be informed in cross-border means of transport and at border crossings. Important: travellers must inquire with their national authorities about the exact travel conditions before starting their trip.
In the departure hall on the French side of the airport terminal, the Covid-19 testing centre at EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg offers rapid antigen tests and RT-PCR tests. Passengers and their accompanying persons can use the testing services from Monday to Saturday, 7.30 am to 12.30 pm.
The Tourist Information in the Stadtcasino is open for you from Monday to Sunday from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm. You can also reach us by telephone from Monday to Friday from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm at +41 61 268 68 68 or by e-mail at [email protected]
- Current information and rules of conduct of the Federal Office of Public Health FOPH.
- Information on international train traffic of the SBB (Swiss Federal Railways).
The number of participants is limited to a maximum of 15 people. In the case of individually booked group tours, the client is responsible for the tracing of the participants (list of participants).
Basel @ Home
En estos momentos, la mayoría de las personas echan mucho de menos poder viajar, visitar restaurantes o realizar actividades con amigos y familiares. Numerosos comercios de Basilea le proporcionan una gran variedad de distracciones en estos tiempos tan complejos, ya que le guían virtualmente por sus locales, le muestran ideas de recetas para hacer en casa y le llevan el arte y los conciertos directamente a su salón.