In the three country corner Switzerland, Germany, France is the 3rd largest city of Switzerland - Basel! Its 830,000 inhabitants are spread over the districts of the Greater Basin and the Kleinbasel. In addition to the largest marshalling yard in Europe, one of the most modern European airports in Basel-Mühlhausen, as well as the only Swiss freight port in Basel, are located. Not only Art Basel - probably the world's most famous art fair - but many other events and cultural highlights have always attracted tourists and business customers to Basel. More than 105 hotels and accommodation companies invite you to stay and for business meetings. Particularly business customers from the pharmaceutical and medical industry appreciate Basel as a place to be, the city is not only in Switzerland, but also beyond its borders, as the center of the pharmaceutical and chemical industry. Global players such as Novartis and LaRoche have their headquarters here.Which hostels are suitable for a visit?
Particularly attractive hotels can be found in Basel on the left and right of the Rhine, which connects the two hamlets of Basle through an almost 500-year-old bridge. In general, however, the city offers top hotels in every situation, all of which are perfectly infrastructurally connected and have something to offer for every guest - be it a tourist or a business guest.What should be viewed in Basel?
Basel, this is art! A special highlight of a visit to the Swiss metropolis is the visit of the Kunstmuseum Basel with the oldest city collection in the world. But also the entrance into the zoo, the first of Switzerland, affectionately called by the Basler "Zolli", offers animal attractions for young and old! Other sightseeing attractions in Basel include the Papiermühle, one of the oldest paper manufactures in Europe, the St. Jakobspark, the home of FC Basel and the sports center of many important European stadium sports festivals, as well as the Basel trade fair with its imposing measuring tower.Which companies should not be missed?
If you want to combine tradition and tourism during your stay, you should not miss a ride with one of the 4 Rhine ferries. Here you can enjoy a fantastic view of the two suburbs of Basel, regardless of the weather, and experience a traditional ferry ride on a wooden ferry including the cable-car ferryman, who informs his passengers of Basel's secrets and anecdotes about the citizens of the last centuries!