Facebook Instagram Pinterest Twitter Youtube Swiss National Day Swiss National day falls on 1st of August and signifies the formation of the Swiss Confederation of Helvetica in 1891, the dawn of Switzerland as we know it today. On this national holiday the weather is usually great so, the Swiss tend to celebrate their national day […]
Mathishof has the most amazing, Enter the labyrinth and wind your way through the maize to find 4 or 5 kids play areas that include slides, swings, trampolines and other fun things to play on. Take the zip line through the maze to cut a corner or wander around until you find the exit. The labyrinth is not so complex that you can get lost but you do need a good 30 mins to 1 hour to enjoy it fully. Be warned, I imagine many children could spend a lot longer than that though!
Wine tasting at a small, Swiss farm’s vineyard. Talhof in Maisprach, Basel-landschaft a worth while Thing to do in Basel.
Rhine swimming is on of the best ways to appreciate Basel. To be immersed in the water of the Rhine on a hot summer days is just fabulous, what better way to travel through the heart of Basel!
Schallenurseli is a seasonal restaurant located on a farm in St. Margarethen, Basel. Here, I review their brunch offer…
Enjoy Basel’s warm evenings or sunny afternoons at the numerous buvettes that are spread out along the Rhine. A buvette is a popup, seasonal bar that serves apero nibbles, sandwiches and other fast foods along with alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Perfect for lazy summer afternoons watching the world go by, watching the sunset over the Rhine, resting after a Rhine swim or just hanging out with family and friends.
I love walking down to the Rhine at sunset. I really like to end the day stretching my legs, heading down to the Rhine side and watching the sunset over the water. I often take a camera with me on my sunset walks as the light at sunset is just perfect and transitions quickly from blue, to yellow to red then, mauve.
Visit one of Basel’s flower fields and pick your own flowers fresh that day! Open May-October every year, TWINT payment or leave you money in the payment bin. A very sustainable thing to do in Basel.
It was a warm sunny day today so, I headed to Niederbipp in Canton Solothurn, a region I used to live in. I wanted to go foraging in the woods with the hope that I could also pick some Elderflower. Why? These beautiful delicate flowers are packed with fragrant yellow pollen that makes the most delicious summer cordial.
Riehen’s Natur bad designed by the famous architects Herzog & du Meuron, the pools are cleaned by reed beds so, the water has no chlorine added to it. Make this a Thing to do in Basel this summer.