Basel Selfie Tour 7 Attractions in 90 min
Get your camera ready, from $85
Basel Selfie Tour 7 Attractions in 90 min. Gain knowledge about the best things to see in Basel and enjoy them easily and conveniently with a 90-minute small-group tour. As you have three departure times to choose from, it is simple to select a tour that fits your schedule.
Pickup and drop-off provided, you won’t have to deal with the hassle of finding your way around a new city on your own. After seeing the most photogenic sights in the city, take a tour to visit Basel Minster Cathedral, Roche Tower, and Red Town Hall.
- Visit Basel’s most popular attractions in 90 minutes.
- Pick from a variety of departure times.
- Enjoy the complimentary pickup and drop-off at your hotel.
- Enjoy small group experience.
Do you want to get a photo with your friends in Basel’s spectacular Old Town, but don’t have time to discover Basel? No problem at all!
Discover the wonderful points of interest in Basel with a unique selfie tour! Become a selfiestick holder for free and take a picture of yourself, your friends, or Basel. Spend some time to see Münster’s Rathaus, as well as Rathaus and Rhein.
Take advantage of our free WiFi and share your experience with your friends directly from your shuttle. This tour caters to young and old visitors, and you will discover the greatest places in Basel within the 90 minutes allotted to you.
Leap off, take a picture, and then jump back on. If you are only in Basel for a short period of time, you should hurry and book an experience that you will be able to share with the world.
A prominent feature of the city of Basel, is the second tallest building in the city. It is a skyscraper and is 105 meters (344 feet) tall. The project was completed in 2003. The top floor of a building features a bar named “Bar Rouge” (the “red bar”) which offers panoramic views of the city.
The Ramada hotel chain has a 224-room four-star hotel on the top floor of the building, which also houses company offices.
The 2015 Roche Tower, located in the Swiss city of Basel, designed by Herzog & de Meuron, the well-known architectural firm from Switzerland. This amazing landmark will be visible from everywhere in the city. The building, which has a total height of 178 meters, will be the tallest structure in Switzerland.
The cathedral in Basel is called Basel Muenster. The Basler Münster (cathedral) is the dominant church of the area, constructed entirely from red sandstone and in romanic and gothic architectural styles from the 10th to the 15th centuries.
Basel Town Hall
Rathaus Basel, locally known as Roothuus in Basel’s historic town center is distinguishly red with a very detailed painting of the city on the front. 1504 to 1514 is the period in which the arcades on the front of the building were constructed. the tower constructed between 1899 and 1901.
The Fountain of Tinguely
After the old theater building was torn down, its property was reallocated and turned into a square named Theaterplatz, where the fountain was created by the artist Jean Tinguely (1925-1991)
It is correct to say that the Dreiländereck would mean “three countries corner” if translated, which is precisely correct. the point where Switzerland, Germany, and France meet.
Novartis Research Campus
the campus is made up of several office buildings, research facilities, and production plants, all of which form a part of the new Novartis Campus, a place of knowledge, innovation, and interaction