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.
Backerei KULT is a very old bakery, opened first in the 1700s and boasts a wood burning oven and a long queue to get in!
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…
Designed and built by Jean Tinguely back in the 1977, the Tingluey fountain still draws a crowd and is one of Basel’s best known landmarks. Come rain or shine the fountain weaves it’s magic however, it does freeze over on very cold days in the winter making the most amazing icicles.
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.