A day out in the little farming and wine producing town of Maisprach for wine tasting, dinner on the terrace, polish pottery, a lovely cafe or visiting a historic flour mill.
The ferris wheel, Christmas lights, fondue, raclette and combatting the effects of working from home all feature in November 2020 round up of things to do in Basel.
Ettinbühl Gardens located near Bad Bellingen in Germany around 30 mins drive from Basel. They boast an impressive 1,000 variety rose collection plus a 5 hectare garden with 20 different themed zones to wander through. If you are interested in photography the gardens offer a lot of amazing vistas for portraits. Take a picnic blanket in the summer months and while away the hours in the most idyllic setting.
Vend apple juice by the litre a Kuerbisegge in Muttenz. Remember your own bottle of flask!
What to look out for at the market to recreate the Herbstmesse at home.
The farm at Obere Wanne in Liestal has quite the offer with a self pick flower paradise, a maize maze and kürbisland or pumpkin land that opens Sept-Oct every year.
Well, the weather has certainly changed and the nights are getting darker earlier which makes me want to stew food and eat lots of molten cheese. What are the best things to do in Basel in October? Search for an amazing pumpkin, enjoy the parks and gardens of Basel, go to the Theatre, relax in the spa or go to one of the many Museum’s in Basel.
What better way to spend a few hours on a Summer or Autumn day than wandering around the immaculate, beautiful and vast Merian Gärten in Basel. Villa Merian was gifted to Christoph Merian on his wedding day in 1824 by his father. The villa was used as Christoph and his wife Margaretha Burckhardt as a summer residence and was gifted to the Christoph Merian Stiftung in 1886. In 1968 the Christoph Merian Stiftung gave Merian Gärten to Basel City so, we can all say we own a small piece of this amazing house and garden.
Genusswoche Basel is a celebration of regional food and drink from the Basel region. Genusswoche Basel literally translates to ‘enjoy week Basel’. This celebration happens in many forms throughout the restaurants and markets of Basel between the 17-27 September.
Imfluss and Genusswoche Basel are some of the highlights of Basel this September