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Apartments Swiss Star Basel Eptingerstrasse        
Eptingerstrasse 15

Apartments Swiss Star Basel Eptingerstrasse is a comfortable setting when in Basel and is close to everything the area has to offer. Guests can also enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi.The property provides 4 apartments, each with a refrigerator, a private bathroom and an in-room dining area.
Schweizerhof Hotel Basel Star Rating 3        
Centralbahnplatz 1

Next to a light rail station, this restored 19th-century hotel is 14 minutes' walk from Basel Zoo and 9 km from Beyeler Foundation art gallery.Featuring walnut parquet floors, the simple rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemakers. There's 24-hour room service.
Hotel Euler Star Rating 4        
Centralbahnplatz 14

Set in downtown and a minute's walk from Basel train station, this sophisticated hotel in an elegant building is a 14-minute walk from Basel Zoo and 4 km from Museum Tinguely.The vibrant rooms featuring dark wood furnishings and warm decor also have free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and tea and coffeemakers. Suites add separate living areas and bathtubs.
Hotel Du Commerce Basel Star Rating 3        
Riehenring 91

This modern business hotel us 2 minutes' walk from the Messe Basel exhibition hall, a 9-minute walk from the Basel Badischer train station and 1.5 km from national art collections at the Kunstmuseum Basel.The airy rooms have sleek decor and wood floors, as well as Wi-Fi, cable TV and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Hotel Rochat Star Rating 2        
Petersgraben 23

A 2-minute walk from Basel, Schifflände station, this refined hotel in a neoclassical building built in 1899 is a 13-minute walk from both the Kunsthalle Basel museum and Theater Basel.Airy rooms decorated with wood furnishings feature flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, desks and sitting areas, plus minibars.A breakfast buffet is free.
BEST WESTERN Merian Am Rhein Star Rating 4        
Rheingasse 2

Overlooking the Rhine River and Mittlere Brücke bridge, this modern hotel occupies a building dating to the 1840s. It's an 11-minute walk from Basler Münster cathedral and 1 mile from the Kunstmuseum Basel contemporary art museum.Relaxed rooms and suites have free WiFi and flat-screen TVs, plus desks, minibars, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Dasbreite Hotel Basel Star Rating 3        
Zurcherstrasse 149

In the Breite neighborhood and a 3-minute walk from the banks of the Rheine, this modern hotel is next to a bus and tram station, 3.2 km from Basel Zoo and 5 km from the Beyeler Foundation art gallery.Featuring wood floors and soundproof windows, the cozy, contemporary rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and desks.
Bildungszentrum 21 Hotel Star Rating 3        
Missionsstrasse 21

Dating from the 19th century, this genteel hotel in a tranquil park is a 2-minute walk from the nearest tram stop, 4 minutes' walk from the University of Basel and 1.3 km from Theater Basel.Unfussy rooms with wood floors feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, along with desks, and tea and coffeemakers; 1 room has a 4-poster bed.
Steinenschanze Stadthotel Star Rating 3        
Steinengraben 69

Set on a bustling downtown street, this casual, modern hotel in an unassuming building is a 13-minute walk from both Zoo Basel and Bahnhof Basel SBB train station.Bright, streamlined rooms offer free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Upgraded rooms add Nespresso machines, courtyard views and/or terraces, while suites feature living rooms.
Hotel Balegra Star Rating 3        
Reiterstrasse 1

This unassuming hotel is a 2-minute walk from Basel, Neubad tram station, 1.6 km from the Basel Zoo and 3.1 km from the art collection at the Kunstmuseum Basel.
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Basel is in the northwest of Switzerland, Europe and lies on the river Rhine. It lies where the Swiss, French and German borders meet which is called the Dreilandereck or three countries' corner. As such, it is largely influenced by these three cultures and accessible to the Swiss Jura mountains (and cities of Zurich and Lucerne), the French region of Alsace and the German Black Forest. A great tourist destination for travelers. A cultural center, Basel boasts a large number of theaters and museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts (the world's oldest art collection). It has over 20 museums and something for everyone.

Other visitor attractions in Basel include its zoo, the oldest and largest in Switzerland and the River Rhine, which is a 2 mile walk along the promenade and great for water sports or boat cruises. Visitors to Basel on the Monday following Ash Wednesday can enjoy a three day carnival called Basler Fasnacht. It showcases various entertainment forms and performing arts but is more serious than other cultural carnivals such as Rio. Those who enjoy sport and in particular football, will enjoy watching FC Basel play.

Basel is a great shopping experience. There is a shopping mile located from Clarastrasse to Marktplatz and up to Heuwaage and Bankverein. This offers boutiques and speciality stores, especially jewellers and chocolatiers. The best shopping gems are found by those willing to explore the winding alleyways and independent shops. Basel has a thriving restaurant and cafe scene, with the Old Town filled with premises offering outdoor seating in the Summer time. The attraction of Basel is its mix of offerings, its numerous eateries and accommodation and its location to other worthwhile visitor destinations.

The Euroairport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg is the only tri-national airport in the world. It is located on French soil but 4km from Basel. Once in Basel, it is easy to navigate by foot, bicycle or public transport. The Old Town is popular with tourists and some highlights or must-see places include

Munster (cathedral) a mix of Romanesque and Gothic styles which is open to the public.

Tourists enjoy the climb of St. Martin's tower at 62 meters and enjoy spectacular views over the Rhine and into the distance of France and Germany. Elisabethen, built between 1857 -1865, was the first new Protestant church building in Basel following the Reformation and is considered the most important neo-Gothic church in Switzerland.

The Market square offers various stalls and fresh produce.

The Rathaus (town hall) is a beautiful Renaissance palace, with a courtyard open to visitors