Reviewed on Oct. 12, 2019
Reviewed on Sep. 25, 2019
Spend hours walking around one of the country’s most impressive zoos .Marvel at the thousands of animals roaming around their large enclosures.
Admire its exquisite architecture, peer from the towers over the city or just soak up the atmosphere of Basel’s most important house of worship.
Art enthusiasts set up a foundation to collect modernist pieces in the 1980s. Now, a large complex with a scenic garden hosts the inspiring collection.
Customers can buy the Pass Alsace and choose the type of Pass (3 days, 24h or 48h) for adults or for children less than 12 years old. If you will visit Strasbourg don't forget to choose a Pass including Batorama boat and reserve your time schedule directly in Batorama Once you get your digitalized Pass it will be activated at the time of your first visit .
Meet your tour guide at your per-arranged time in the lobby of your hotel. Toigether with your tourguide you will tranfer to the train station in Basel. You will board an intercity train, which will take you via Zürich and along the lake Zürich to south-eastern Switzerland.
Begin your tour by meeting your guide at the hotel and make your way together to the train station in Basel. An intercity train will take you within 50 minutes to Lucern, where you will have to change on a local train.
Begin your tour by meeting your guide at your hotel and make your way to the train station in Basel. An intercity train will take you within one hour into central Lucerne. Close to the main station, the concert hall designed by Jean Nouvel is located.
You will start the tour by meeting your tourguide at your hotel and make your way to the trainstatin in Basel. From there, an intercity train takes you within two hours to south-Switzerland, where you change onto the Matterhorn-Gotthard-raillway.
You will meet your and together you'll transfer to Basel train station, where you will board an intercity train, which will take you within 50 minutes to Zürich. The tour will start with a transfer by tram in the direction of the Opera house, the first stop of the tour.